Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has almost certainly been killed, a Russian defence committee spokesman says.
Two escapees who broke out of Bali's Kerobokan jail, along with an Australian who remains on the loose, will be returned to Indonesia.
A man will appear in court charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder after a van drove into people near a mosque in north London.
The 2017/18 season should be better for dairy farmers in the wake of improved trading and seasonal conditions, says Rabobank.
Combating cyber crime is a top priority for the Australian government after the country's near miss during the WannaCry ransomware attack.
At least 11 people are dead after a powerful bomb exploded near a police building in southwestern Pakistan.
Only representatives of MH17 passengers who bought their ticket in Australia, were flying here or lived here will be allowed to join a Federal Court case.
A Queensland policeman who pulled a gun on a motorist in May 2015 has had his conviction set aside on appeal.
New Acland Coal has lost a bid in the Queensland Supreme Court to stay the Land Court's recommendation to reject the expansion of an open-cut coalmine.
It's time for Australian football codes to cut their ties with gambling firms, says senator Nick Xenophon.
WA treasurer Ben Wyatt says a $169 increase to electricity for all households is to ensure all residents are paying their share of being connected to the grid.
North Korea denies it cruelly treated or tortured American student Otto Warmbier.
Two young men convicted of plotting terror attacks in Melbourne have been handed more jail time after an appeal by federal prosecutors.
US President Donald Trump says he didn't make and doesn't possess any tapes of his conversations with former FBI director James Comey.
Banking analysts say big banks could respond to the South Australian bank tax by hitting local borrowers in the pocket with mortgage rate rises.
Queensland education minister Kate Jones says they're yet to make a decision on whether to fund Safe Schools past October, when federal funding runs out.
Weak wind conditions are expected to cut wind farm operator Infigen's underlying earnings by up to $11 million, the company has warned.