Australian police rescue experts and defence force personnel are on their way to Thailand to help in the search for a group of boys missing in a flooded cave.
It might seem like a relaxing pastime, counting birds and putting them in a notebook, but for those immersed in the sport of "twitching" it can be expensive, anxiety-inducing and sometimes dangerous.
Cascade Brewery has rejected its land for use on the preferred route for a proposed cable car up Mt Wellington. These are the remaining options.
Doug Goulter will be one of the first survivors of child sexual abuse to apply for compensation through the National Redress Scheme, but he is angry at the prospect of an average payout of just $76,000 to compensate for the crimes committed against him.
The minimalist, budget accommodation movement is spreading across the United States, Europe and Asia — and now a proposal for Melbourne's first micro hotel is before the city's council.
Our fingerprints are personalised when our hands touch our mother's womb — and they're similar to a koala's. Trace the surprising history — and future — of fingerprinting.
After five decades in the business, retiring butcher Paul "Spud" Bennett looks back on his famous sausages, meat trends and the monopolisation of the trade with the rise of the supermarkets.
This week the banking royal commission heard ANZ staff are now required to have "emotional intelligence" — something lacking when the bank forced farmers to sell their homes to meet their KPIs.
The lure of the outback beckons for young people with a taste for adventure and unique career opportunities.
The former co-chair of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's Indigenous Advisory Council urges Indigenous leaders to "stay at the table" and not "have tantrums" while working towards constitutional recognition.