Politicians have added their voices to a chorus of Australia's media outlets united in a campaign to warn against growing censorship and attacks on press freedom by the federal government.
Cash Converters has agreed to pay $42.5 million to settle a class action against the company on behalf of Queenslanders who took out consumer credit loans with the payday lender.
Glenn Maxwell will link up with coach Shane Warne at the London Spirit after the allrounder became one of 10 Australian cricketers picked in the inaugural Hundred draft.
The Duke of Sussex says he and his brother are "on different paths" and have "good days" and "bad days.
The Duchess of Sussex has described the past year as a member of the royal family as "hard" and says her British friends warned her not to marry Harry.
Barnaby Joyce has argued media freedom cuts both ways as Australia's media companies unite against growing censorship and attacks on journalism from the federal government.
The federal coalition's lead over the Labor opposition remains unchanged, despite concerns the government isn't doing enough to support the economy and help drought-stricken farmers.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson believes journalistic credentials need to be toughened up to stop anyone from calling themselves a journalist, again raising the prospect of a licensing system.
Harrowing audio has been released of Angeleanna Estorffe struggling to tell a 911 dispatcher her Australian husband was dying after being shot by intruders in their Texas family home.
Sydney will host the international WorldPride event in 2023, the first time the event has been held in the southern hemisphere.