There's less food to go around but it's now easier for the World Food Program to get emergency rations to people in Syria as Islamic State nears defeat.
TV star Jason Gann has lost a bid to overturn a judgment ordering him to pay more than $300,000 to a driver he assaulted at a Melbourne racecourse.
The Holden boss has thanked the company's workers at the end of local car production in Adelaide and, more widely, Australia.
The son of a north Queensland MP has been charged with child exploitation and grooming offences.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel believes Brexit negotiations are moving forward, in a positive assessment likely to buoy embattled British PM Theresa May.
MasterChef judge George Calombaris has been fined $1000 following an assault at the A-League grand final between Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory.
LA police have interviewed a possible sexual assault victim who reported an incident involving Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein that happened in 2013.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says most of the workers at Holden have either transitioned into new jobs, gone into study or retired as it closes its doors.
George W Bush didn't name Donald Trump in a speech in New York, but he's attacked some of the principles that define the 45th president's political brand.
Former New Zealand Labour prime minister Helen Clark says she is excited by Jacinda's Ardern's leadership, empathy and willingness to work hard.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill insists his state won't be signing up to the federal government's national energy guarantee.
Victoria's premier says he is "very proud" to see voluntary assisted dying laws one step closer to reality after they passed the state's lower house.
Madrid will impose direct rule on Catalonia from Saturday after the region's leader threatened to proceed with a formal declaration of independence from Spain.
General John Kelly says he's "heartbroken" a US congresswoman overheard Donald Trump's conversation with a soldier's grieving family and chose to politicise it.
As its factory closes in Adelaide, car maker Holden has hailed its efforts to help workers find new jobs.
The former Labor prime minister Paul Keating has issued a stern warning to Victoria about its proposed euthanasia bill, urging parliamentarians to kill it off.
The head of the Central Intelligence Agency has warned that North Korea are just months away from perfecting their nuclear capabilities.