As Sydney joins the list of cities across the globe embracing a world of driverless trains, are governments adequately prepared for an automated revolution?
Within months of the 737's debut in 2017, Boeing says its engineers realised a safety alert in the model's cockpit only worked when airlines also bought a separate, optional feature.
An investigation into a private Darwin engineer that has been running since 2017 reveals that nine multi-storey residential buildings in the Top End city have a non-compliant components that can cause structural problems.
Two deadly crashes involving its latest 737 MAX jet are prompting some to consider how the darling of American aviation will survive this fatal blow and why it happened in the first place.
On Tuesday, the Chinese navy will turn 70, and Beijing is marking the occasion by showing off new toys rapidly commissioned and completed by the emerging global power.
The noise levels at the new Western Sydney Airport could be "significantly higher" than the Federal Government predicted ahead of approving its construction, a study finds.
The secrets of Stonehenge could be buried underneath it. UK archaeologists fear a proposed multibillion dollar tunnel will plough right through them.
A search for submerged shipping containers in the North Sea leads maritime historians to the find of a century — a 1540 shipwreck that holds clues about the transition from medieval boats to the Dutch golden age.
Analysis of the data from the black boxes of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed, killing all 157 people on board, showed "clear similarities" with October's Lion Air crash, a spokesperson for the Ethiopian Transport Ministry says.
It's been one week since 157 people were killed after a Boeing 737 MAX 8 crashed minutes after take-off on an Ethiopian Airlines flight. Almost 70 years ago, another new aircraft known as "The Comet" was grounded after disintegrating in the sky.