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A magnitude 7.0 quake struck on Monday near New Caledonia in the South Pacific, the US Geological Survey said.
Hawthorn haven't put a start date on Cyril Rioli's pre-season as the champion forward helps his father convalesce from heart surgery.
Radicalised children as young as 14 could be detained without a court order for up to 36 hours if intelligence shows there is a threat of an imminent attack.
The Australian dollar has continued its recent slump, hitting a five-month low against its US counterpart over the weekend.
Harry Kewell has "apologised for any misunderstanding" regarding "exaggerated" reports of a furious confrontation with Crawley Town fans.
Jeffrey Tambor has reportedly resigned from Amazon's award-winning TV series Transparent after being accused of sexual misconduct.
Most of the tree clearing is happening in Queensland, and it is accelerating.
Federal Labor is maintaining its opposition to the government's plan for further cuts to company tax after the treasurer called on CEOs to take up the fight for tax cuts on its behalf.
Easton Wood will lead the Western Bulldogs in 2018 with Marcus Bontempelli as his vice-captain, with the club announcing a new six-player leadership group on Monday.
Gold Coast have confirmed hooker Mitch Rein will reunite with new coach Garth Brennan for the 2018 NRL season.
Saraya Beric said she turned to Tinder because she didn't have the cash to splash on her campaign for the Gold Coast electorate of Mermaid Beach.
Angela Merkel's political future is hanging in the balance after political parties last night failed to meet a self-imposed deadline to form a new government.
A child was trapped and buried in a trench for more than four hours on a property in Perth's north on Sunday.
Nationals senator Barry O'Sullivan says he is committed to bringing on a powerful commission of inquiry into the banking sector, warning Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to "sit up and take note" if the Parliament backs the measure in defiance of the government.
Shares are poised for an uncertain start to the week as investors await the next catalyst, while the Aussie dollar is under pressure.
Worker exploitation is rampant in the global fashion industry, according to countless investigations, studies and reports. So why haven’t fashion brands cleaned up their acts?
Apple is pushing back its plans for a Siri-powered smart speaker until sometime early next year.
Revenge, it is said, is a dish best served cold.
Melbourne's spell of warm, sunny days are set to continue this week – before rain and storms are expected to put a dampener on the glorious Spring weather.
More than a dozen schoolies have been charged overnight as the first weekend of the yearly celebration draws to a close on the Gold Coast.