Hannah Rye, the brave teen who captured hearts by attending her school formal with NRL player Trent Hodkinson, has died.
Scammers impersonating National Broadband Network staff are attempting to con unsuspecting consumers into handing over sensitive personal identification details.
One by one the family of Mahmoud Hrouk sat in the NSW Supreme Court witness box, their faces grey with shock and grief.
Axed Titans coach Neil Henry urges fans to "stick with the club" because the Gold Coast needs a rugby league team that is worth supporting.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull pleads with both sides of the same-sex marriage debate to campaign respectfully, describing the use of abusive language as hurtful and deplorable.
Details emerge of plans to hide bombs inside a doll and a meat grinder on an Australian flight.
The paucity of independent monitoring of waste water from coal mines in NSW is leaving communities exposed to decades of pollution, long after mining operations have ceased, Ian Wright, a leading water ecologist, said.
Coal mining in Sydney's catchment is having a "cumulative and possibly accelerated" impact on water flows but its full effect is unknown because of a lack of data and monitoring.
The Danish royal was reportedly turned away because he did not have proper identification.
A school play about a shameful chapter in Australia's history caused anger, but was it justified?
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Betty Cuthbert was remembered as "extraordinary" at a state memorial service in Sydney on Monday.
Tributes have been pouring in for "funny and cheeky" Julian Cadman, the Sydney school boy killed in the Barcelona attack.
One Sydney hotel is making more than $250,000 a week
Four work mates from Orange travelled to Sydney for a night out. It ended with one having his life support switched off.
A new residential development offers people with disability the chance to live in a home of their own.
A police officer told the school a report should be made, but the then headmaster claims not to have seen the email.
Alan Joyce, who was once struck with a pie over his support, will "be active" in Australia's debate.
Julian Cadman, a seven-year-old dual British-Australian national, was one of 13 people killed, it is confirmed.
Snake catchers used their bare hands to pick it up, while live streaming on Facebook.
Why Catholic priests say they cannot break confession rules, even in the case of child abuse claims.
It has caused resignations and frenzied activity, but does it reflect a changing Australia?
The Handsome Her cafe seeks to address the gender pay gap with an optional surcharge for men.
How a seven-word Facebook post set off months of controversy and intense discussion in Australia.
Parking meters at Henley Beach have been vandalised following a controversial decision by Charles Sturt council to start charging beachgoers for parking spaces. Video: 7 News Adelaide.
The Mayor of Darebin Kim Le Cerf appeared on Sunrise this morning to defend her Council's controversial decision to dump Australia Day. Courtesy: Sunrise
Sky gazers in Jackson, Wyoming, witnessed the total eclipse on Monday, August 21, as seen in this video. Those keen to view the eclipse in its totality headed to Jackson, one of the best viewing places in the US. The Washington Post reported some astronomers booked hotels in Jackson six years in advance of the eclipse. Credit: Facebook/Ryan Wilmot via Storyful
Monday’s solar eclipse was captured in this timelapse video from the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, in Sacramento, California. The eclipse caused the state’s power grid to lose about 3,000 megawatts of solar power, according to the Sacremento Bee. It took the power grid roughly one hour to return to normal. Californians were asked to conserve energy during the eclipse, which started at around 9:30 am. Credit: Cal OES via Storyful
Welfare recipients in Sydney's southwest could face random drug tests from the start of next year.
Former Olympian Ian Thorpe raced to update his enrolment to vote in the upcoming marriage equality plebiscite, pitting himself against a man swimming 100 metres, in a video released by Australian Marriage Equality on August 21. Thorpe urged people to either enrol or ensure their details were correct on the Australian Electoral Commission website. The AEC stated in the video that Australians can do so until August 24. The vote will be mailed to Australians in the week of September 12. News Corp reported on August 21 that a Newspoll suggests a majority of Australians will vote to legalise marriage equality in the upcoming poll. Credit: Australian Marriage Equality via Storyful
The State Coroner Judge Sara Hinchey is holding a directions hearing into the deaths of two people in the June 2017 Brighton siege. Courtesy: ABC
The city of Greenville, South Carolina, was enveloped in darkness during the total solar eclipse on August 21. South Carolina was one of the states located on the path of totality, where the total solar eclipse could be seen. Residents of Greenville cheered as the sky went dark during their viewing party at Falls Park off the Reedy River, as this timelapse video shows. Credit: City of Greenville, South Carolina via Storyful
Protesters chanted “blood on your hands” on Monday, August 21, at the first meeting of the Charlottesville City Council following violence at a white nationalist march in the city that left one dead and 19 injured. Charlottesville Daily Progress newspaper reported that the meeting’s agenda was scrapped to allow those in attendance to share their views. Protesters were angered over the city council’s decision to allow the “Unite the Right” rally to be held in Charlottesville on August 12. Counter-protesters at the rally had clashed with white nationalists who gathered in Charlottesville to oppose plans to remove Confederate monuments. Protester Heather Heyer was killed when a car rammed into a crowd of protesters at the rally. James Alex Field, 20, has been charged with her murder. Credit: Twitter/Geremia Di Maro via Storyful
Martin Ingle braves a night out in Brisbane to find out if lockout laws actually work