IT’S the day most people never thought would come.
LEAD singer of Australian band Temper Trap has spent the past year visiting his friend Andrew Chan in Kerobokan prison. He has written this plea for News.com.au.
THE CEO of McDonald’s is stepping down as the world’s biggest hamburger chain fights to hold onto customers and transform its junk-food image amid slumping sales.
THE number one rule for government staffers is to keep your name out of the media. But Australian political history is littered with examples of advisers who found themselves in the media spotlight.
AMERICA’S most hated company has struck again — and this time it’s personal.
A CONTROVERSIAL US anti-vaccine campaigner has cancelled her Australian tour, saying she feels threatened by “anti-free speech terrorists”.
HOW much would you be willing to spend on an imaginary item — a collection of pixels and polygons sitting inside a computer? For some video gamers, the sky is the limit.
WARMER and drier weather is expected well into autumn across most of Australia.
A JOURNALIST who was bugged in a controversial and secretive police surveillance operation says he was targeted by officers who were trying to blacken the names of rivals in a bid to boost their own career prospects.
IN THE wake of the enormous US defence budget announced this week, major US firms have already begun lobbying hard for the most lucrative slice of the pie: A $55 billion contract to build the next super-secret stealth bomber.
AN ADVERTISEMENT mocking the various tyrannies of parenting has set tongues wagging, with many calling it one of the “most honest ads ever about parenting”.
VETERAN supermodel Naomi Campbell made a toned and confident turn on the catwalk as a walking bouquet for a bride in a wedding-themed Paris haute couture show by Jean Paul Gaultier.
Mini maintains Dakar winning record, Holden to continue Commodore name beyond 2017, Lamborghini launch Huracan GT3 racer, Kia Rio upgraded for 2015, Alfa Romeo 4C coupe arrives in Australia…
AN ANCIENT partial skull found in a cave in northern Israel gives clues to the likely location where humans first started having sex with Neanderthals, scientists say.
A RECREATIONAL drug often associated with laziness has been proven to do quite the opposite … well in terms of Twitter at least.