A TEXAS mortician convicted of a murder so bizarre it inspired a dark-comedy Hollywood film has been freed and is unlikely to return to jail.
AFGHAN psychiatrist Nader Alemi spent many years counselling militants struggling with the effects of war.
THERE are growing concerns around the country for Sean Abbott, the young fast bowler who delivered the bouncer that knocked out Phillip Hughes.
CRICKET’S saddest day is upon us. Phillip Hughes is dead.
TWO journalists have sparked an online backlash after publishing the address of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
ST KILDA has crowned Paddy McCartin the No.1 draft pick, anointing on the 194cm forward as the heir to Nick Riewoldt.
KEY independent senator Jacqui Lambie has vowed to go in fighting when she meets Tony Abbott next week.
ENROLMENTS in IT courses are falling as new figures reveal that nearly half of all computer system jobs in Australia are held by migrants.
IT’S the beard that keeps giving.
November may be almost over but the heat is only just starting with a schedule full of hot tracks.
Some of Australia’s most popular musicians and actors are sick of you pirating their work, and they’re now backing a government proposal to get ISP’s to block torrenting sites like The Pirate Bay.
MOST Australians are in for a substantially hotter and drier-than-normal summer, the Bureau of Meteorology’s latest seasonal outlook says.
TRY and picture Steve Jobs without the black turtleneck. Or Mark Zuckerberg without a grey t-shirt.
FROM Prime Ministers to international superstars, Phillip Hughes touched the lives of anyone who crossed his paths with him — and millions who didn’t.