UNDER siege department store giant Myer has dropped its decade old “my store” tag line and will instead be encouraging shoppers to “find wonderful” from tonight.
WITH just six wickets in hand and more than 300 runs required, Australia is hoping to pull off a day five miracle against Pakistan.
TWO female tourists have been attacked by two dingoes on Fraser Island.
IN THE murky world of war, weapons and private security, one name keeps popping up: Blackwater.
BORUSSIA Dortmund’s horror run of Bundesliga results has continued after they lost 1-0 at home to Hanover 96 to drop to 15th after a fourth straight defeat.
THE Australian mother and schoolteacher who was allegedly trapped in Lebanon facing adultery charges raised by her own husband is set to share her story in an exclusive interview with Sunday Night.
IT’S the story of one man versus the system, but he’s no Dale Kerrigan. This man is fighting the courts tooth and nail for a much creepier purpose.
WELCOME to SPEED’s live blog of all the V8 Supercars action from Sunday at the Castrol Edge Gold Coast 600.
AN 11-year-old girl has been missing since leaving her family home in North Bondi yesterday evening.
WE’RE about to catch a comet. And it’s going to be whiffy. Scientists have for the first time found out what a comet’s tail smells like.
CONTROVERSIAL footballer Luis Suarez has explained why he bites and how his wife begged him to get help.
IT’S a simple travel mistake any of us could have made, but it’s landed this Australian woman in a filthy Mexican detention centre with no idea when she will be released.
PRIME Minister Tony Abbott wants to fix the “dog’s breakfast” of federation by resolving the mismatch between what states are expected to do and what they can afford.
INDUSTRY Minister Ian Macfarlane says the government hasn’t walked away from a 20 per cent renewable energy target, but a drop in power consumption has required a “recalibration”.
IT took an astrophysicist, a movie’s special effects team and 800 terabytes of data. Now, we have our first look at what a real black hole may look like.
AUSTRALIA unveiled a bulked up Peter Siddle for the first Test, but the Australian quick was trumped in the power stakes by Pakistani batsman Ahmed Shehzad on day four.
OUTRAGE over an advertisement comparing a woman’s body to a piece of meat has prompted calls to boycott a popular city eatery.