The military watchdog is investigating 55 separate allegations of unlawful conduct in Afghanistan by Australian soldiers.
The manager of a Cairns childcare centre told authorities "my whole life is over" after finding the body of a toddler in the back of the kindy bus he had been driving.
Scott Morrison has described the coronavirus outbreak as a global health crisis, warning the economic impacts will stretch far beyond Australia's tourism and education sectors.
Meghan Speers has struggled with survivor's guilt after battling ovarian cancer and is all too aware of the need for more research and support.
The new Greens leader will head to mining communities over the next few months and tell them he wants to see more mines built.
Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein has been convicted of sexual assault and rape in a New York court and taken off to jail in handcuffs, a victory for the #MeToo movement that inspired women to publicly accuse powerful men of misconduct.
A woman who lost her two children in the Dreamworld ride tragedy says she's still waiting to hear the words "I'm sorry we did this".
Katherine Johnson, a pioneering NASA mathematician who was fundamental in landing astronauts on the moon, and was depicted in the film and book Hidden Figures, has died.
Dreamworld's owners could be fined $3 million if prosecuted over the 2016 accident that killed four holidaymakers, whose families claim the theme park put profits ahead of safety.
A week-long police operation has given authorities a "troubling insight" into the continuing demand for methamphetamine in Australia.