AIRPORTS across Australia were thrown into chaos this morning as Jetstar’s IT system went down.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has pleaded guilty to drink driving almost three months after he was arrested.
THE Obama administration says it’s determined the North Korean government was behind a devastating hacking attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
JULIA Gillard has called for an apology after a Royal Commission into trade unions found she did not commit any crime.
A SYDNEY grandmother has appeared in a Malaysian court to be provisionally charged with drug trafficking offences which carry the death penalty.
Here’s how to tell your rigatoni from your ravioli.
A YOUNG man has walked into a Cairns house to find eight of his siblings stabbed to death.
For Ford Australia, and more specifically for the Ford Falcon, December has marked the “beginning of the end.” The final Australian-made ‘FG X’ Falcon was launched this month
Here’s where to go when you want to feed your body and your mind.
AS we near the end of what has been a truly devastating week for not only Sydneysiders, but all Australians, rocked by the tragedy of the Martin Place siege, it is now more important than ever to embrace Christmas. Sunrise co-host David Koch tells us why.
GEORGE Clooney has accused Hollywood of acting in selfish fear by not standing up for Sony and its pulled North Korea comedy The Interview.
A TERMINALLY ill dad’s dying wish for his little girl has come true — he’s raised £500,000 (nearly $1 million) to save her life.
“If this lounge wasn’t an airport I wold be here 24/7,’’ said guest Melissa George as she attended the official opening of a brand spanking new Qantas first class lounge in Los Angeles.
Leaked emails of studio folk labelling Angelina Jolie “seriously out of her mind”, private health details released online and hackers, probably linked to a foreign power, threatening to attack moviegoers in a way that echoes the terrorism of September 11.
PAKISTANI jets and ground forces have killed 67 militants in a north-western tribal region near the Afghan border, officials say, days after Taliban fighters killed 148 people — most of them children — in a school massacre.