A five-year-old boy has been identified by police as the youngest victim so far of the fire which engulfed a London tower block two weeks ago, killing at least 79 people.
More Australians are losing their religion, and for many home ownership is just a dream.
Already spruiked as being 'beautiful one day and perfect the next', the sunshine state is now trying to entice its southern neighbours to move north of the border.
Victoria has won its $1.4 billion spat with Canberra over its reward for selling the Port of Melbourne lease, with money now flowing to regional rail upgrades.
Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr has handed over $US8.1 million ($A10.7 million) worth of jewellery from her Los Angeles deposit box to US government agents.
Australians are getting older, are less likely to be religious and for the first time in the nation's history, those who hail from overseas are more likely to come from Asia than Europe.
Johnny Depp's former business managers have portrayed the Hollywood star as a wild spender and point to his Australian controversy with dogs Pistol and Boo as "part of his pattern of habitually lying to the public and public authorities".
The barney between Barnaby Joyce and Johnny Depp could be far from over.
Four of the world's biggest tech companies - Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube - have teamed up to form a new coalition to make their services "hostile to terrorists and violent extremists.
Wests Tigers admit they're stinging but getting what they deserve as they prepare for a possible play-off for the NRL wooden spoon against Newcastle.