THE crew of a Cathay Pacific flight saw what it believes was North Korea’s latest missile test last week, the second airline to report sighting it.
The defense secretary adopted a milder tone during his brief visit compared with his congressional testimony.
Veteran actor Shashi Kapoor, who starred in over 100 films, died in Mumbai on Monday.
Blocks probably won't top Christmas wish lists, but they have many benefits including developing fine motor skills, social, cognitive and language skills, and spatial reasoning and
Misused words crop up in the news, on TV and in daily conversation. Many people have pet pronunciation peeves, but they can also be a source of humour.
Cringe-worthy acting, unbelievable dialogue, non sequiturs, and little in the way of a plot. Why do people still flock to see The Room?
A coalition of women's health groups want all teenagers to be taught about menstrual health in schools to raise awareness about endometriosis.
US retail goliath Amazon opens for business in Australia promising to offer millions of products from well-known local brands.
An NT politician calls for action in his electorate while residents of a remote community live in overcrowded houses in desperate need of repair.
An interactive time machine gives Brisbane residents a chance to look back on just how far the city has come over the past century.
Barking dogs are one of Queensland's pet hates, although most people are sheepish when it comes to tackling their neighbours about it face to face.
Super tough and weighing less than a small child, new-generation mountain bikes are enjoying a high-tech metamorphosis.
Hundreds of TAFE SA students are affected as 14 courses face suspension because an audit deems them substandard.
Tasmanian politicians have attended a Chinese group's event at Parliament House seemingly unaware of the organisation's link to the Communist Party.
Many of Victoria's V/Line train services are overcrowded and at capacity before they have even reached their busiest stations, just two years after a multi-billion-dollar upgrade
Talk of US President Donald Trump getting impeached is ramping up. So what actually needs to happen for a president to be impeached?
Yemen's veteran former president Ali Abdullah Saleh is killed in a roadside attack days after switching sides in the country's civil war.
The crew of a Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong saw what it believes was North Korea's latest missile test last week, after similar reports from two Korean Air flights.
Why are so many Filipinos embracing Rodrigo Duterte's authoritarian fantasies?
North Korea denounced the exercises as provocative and dangerous and said they will worsen tensions.
But can he counter Prime Minister Modi's widespread popularity and the decline of his party?
Yemen's Houthi-run interior ministry said Monday ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh had been killed though there was no independent confirmation.
The stark contrast between Australia's housing markets is laid bare in new data that shows how long it takes to save for a deposit across the country.
Donald Trump endorses embattled Alabama Republican Roy Moore ahead of next week's special election amid sexual allegations.
Fighters from Yemen's armed Houthi movement blow up the house of ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, residents say, sparking conflicting reports on the former leader's fate.
Forty-seven year-old Gandhi family scion has emerged as the main challenger to PM Narendra Modi for 2019 polls.
Tourism badly hit in Indian-administered Kashmir amid an ongoing military operation against rebels.
A crew on board a Cathay Pacific aircraft saw a North Korean missile blow up over the Sea of Japan last week, the airline told CNBC on Monday.
England enjoy a late fightback with the ball but Australia is still well-positioned to claim the honours in the second Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval, with a lead of 268 runs.
A cricket fan who as a child won gloves signed by the late David Bairstow manages to track down his son — England keeper Jonny Bairstow — and return the gloves as an emotional gift
As the United Kingdom announces one type of Viagra will be made available without prescription, some experts say Australia needs to consider doing the same.
A man who threw a fatal punch, killing his best friend, on a night out in Coffs Harbour breaks down in court and apologises to the victim's parents.
Katherine residents are being warned not to eat local seafood after a report into PFAS contamination identified it as a potential health risk.
Crime and Corruption Commission officers execute a search warrant on the Logan City Council and address councillors about the watchdog's ongoing investigation.
There are violent scenes in Melbourne where controversial British commentator Milo Yiannopoulos is speaking, with at least two people arrested.
An internal review by WA Police results in sweeping changes to the force, with a key strategy implemented by former chief Karl O'Callaghan abandoned.
Maltese police arrest eight suspects in the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, almost two months after her car was blown up while she was driving it.
Former Catalonia vice president Oriol Junqueras has been refused bail by Spain's Supreme Court.
HAWAII tested its first nuclear warning siren in decades, days after North Korea launched its most powerful missile yet.
Explore every foreign connection disclosed by senators in the citizenship register.