Todd Noy was said to be a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and a towering figure in the online fan-fiction community. His books were delivered around the world. But he may have never existed.
Jacinda Ardern escalates the dispute over criminal deportations, warning New Zealand has a dim of Australia deporting people who moved there as children and have no ties to NZ.
Six Melbourne men plead guilty to planning to sail from far north Queensland to the Philippines to encourage Muslim militants to stage a government overthrow.
Besides having heart worm, the five-year-old bull Arab cross is in fairly good health after an attack that saw him punched repeatedly, RSPCA Queensland says.
Police have revealed some of the most common excuses they hear when busting drivers speeding in school zones — and no, telling the officer you're running late will not get you out of a ticket.
Disturbing CCTV footage captures a man holding down a dog and throwing more than a dozen punches at the animal. The RSPCA hopes the vision will lead to the identification of the man responsible for the attack.
The most damaging hacks on a corporation or agency that leaves customers and clients vulnerable to theft starts with an inadvertent opening of an innocuous-looking email.
A woman who was allegedly raped by the former Queensland president of the CFMEU sent messages from her phone saying "save me" and "please help" before the incident, a court is told.
Is mandatory sentencing the best way to determine what punishment fits the crime?
A frontier opal mining town in remote South Australia prepares to fight the State Government over moves to permanently evict its residents.