Australian Oliver Bridgeman, whose passport was cancelled in 2016 as authorities accused him of going to Syria with a plan to engage in "hostile activities", now says it is a "blessing in disguise" in a video on social media, while also revealing he is now married.
Japanese tidying aficionado Marie Kondo is on to something: clutter can affect our anxiety levels, sleep, and ability to focus. But it doesn't end there, writes Libby Sanders.
In her resignation from politics, Kelly O'Dwyer said she feared another miscarriage in Canberra, far from home. Her announcement is shocking for more than just party-political reasons, writes Emma A. Jane.
China's economic growth has slowed in line with forecasts by economists, but many analysts warn the slowdown is far more serious than official figures show.
Another record increase in the number of billionaires in Australia, from 33 to 43, sees their combined wealth climb to almost $160 billion last year, according to an Oxfam report.
The body of a 34-year-old man who fell into the Brisbane River on the weekend sparking an air, water, and land search is located by police.
The West Australian Government believes BHP has underpaid iron ore royalties allegedly worth up to $300 million over a period of several years.
Relatives say fuel shortages in Mexico, brought on by a government plan aimed at stopping fuel theft, led victims of the deadly pipeline explosion to risk their lives.
Park rangers try to identify the dingo responsible for biting a boy on Fraser Island over the weekend, as regular visitors complain tourists' behaviour is helping to lure the animals closer.
The Minister for Women's decision to walk away is appalling timing for the Morrison Government. Now, speculation abounds that the Liberals' most popular woman could follow suit, writes Michelle Grattan.