Can Australia push its total past 300, or will the Indian bowlers wrap up the hosts' innings on an unpredictable Perth Stadium pitch? Follow the action as it happens in our live blog.
Australian swimming star Ariarne Titmus breaks the world record in the 400m freestyle at the world short course titles in China, securing her second gold medal of the meet.
The social media company faces another breach of security and privacy, with a bug allowing 1,500 apps to access the private photos of users for 12 days during September.
A certain frustration has been foaming on the surface of the nation's capital for some time, and the bubble everyone's been talking about lately has brought this pot of rage to boiling point.
It is understood Prime Minister Scott Morrison will announce the decision to recognise West Jerusalem as Israel's capital today, but will not immediately move the embassy from Tel Aviv.
In 1977 Bob Hastie returned from a two-month trip to the United States with just 10 cents in his pocket and an idea in his head — to bring backyard skating to Sydney's northern beaches. RetroFocus finds out how Bob went and if he is still living his skateboarding dream.
Off the Great Australian Bight, deep beneath the surface is a reef you might not know about. It's bigger than the Great Barrier Reef, more populated with wild sea life, and it's open for drilling.
As Australia and India battle each other in the second Test, they are also facing a shared enemy — an unpredictable, untameable pitch that is making every delivery absolutely must-watch.
Scott Morrison has been announcing things this week, sometimes several things in one day. But it looks like is a Prime Minister with a list of things to tick off, but not necessarily in a way that sorts anything out, writes Laura Tingle.
Today, if you live on the coast, you can see more whales in 10 minutes than a boy like me saw in years. I'm not exaggerating. Last year I had a close encounter while paddle-boarding, writes Tim Winton.