ITALIAN police believe they are finally breaking the infamous mafia code of silence after a victim of an extortion racket co-operated with authorities for the first time.
COLLEEN McCullough, the internationally famous Australian author, has died in hospital on Norfolk Island. She was 77.
THERE’S fake and then there’s fake.
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.
MALAYSIA has declared the disappearance of Flight MH370 an accident, saying all 239 people on board are being presumed dead to help families obtain compensation.
BARNABY Joyce is so sure Tony Abbott will still be prime minister at the next election that he’ll bet his house on it.
VETERAN TV journalist Ray Martin rushed to the aid of his daughter who was involved in a serious road accident near the Martin family home.
A JAPANESE teenager has told police she murdered an elderly woman with an axe because she “just wanted to kill someone”.
FOR nearly 40 years Colleen McCullough was one of Australia’s top-selling novelists.
IN CITIES large and small around the global, there’s a whole other world lying beneath the streets.
MILITANTS loyal to the Islamic State have claimed responsibility for a deadly and complex attack on a hotel in Libya’s capital Tripoli, signalling an expansion of the jihadist group in the chaotic African country.
THE Abbott government is failing to fix the budget because it hasn’t been honest with the public about why it needs to be fixed, a leading economist says.
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.
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.