Police in Australia are getting used to sharing their station with a baby wombat.
Correspondence exchanged between the Queen and her representative in Australia in the lead up to the country’s only dismissal of a prime minister are to be released next week.
Serbian police said 23 people were detained and scores of police officers and demonstrators injured in clashes that erupted after the country’s president announced the return of coronavirus lockdown measures.
The leader of Australia’s most populous state says her government’s decision to close its southern border with hard-hit Victoria state marks a new phase in the country’s coronavirus pandemic.
A 77-year-old wartime diary has been reunited with the family of its late owner after being found on the floor of a supermarket in Australia.
A 20-year-old scuba diver has died after being attacked by a shark off the coast of Queensland.
An Australian court has rejected a newspaper publisher’s appeal against Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush’s 2.9 million Australian dollars (£1.6 million) payout for defamation.
Governments were stepping up testing and warily considering their next moves on Monday as the number of newly confirmed coronavirus cases surges in many countries.
Australia rugby league coach Mal Meninga has reportedly confirmed that negotiations are under way for the Kangaroos to play New Zealand’s rugby union team in a 14-a-side hybrid game later this year.
Steve Smith attempts to run out Jos Buttler as Australia beat England by 64 runs at Lord’s to qualify for the Cricket World Cup semi-finals.
Australia captain Tim Paine says he will be “fascinated” to see how the Test series between England and the West Indies plays out as a potential blueprint for cricket post-Covid.
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has said she believes a free trade agreement with Australia could be an “exemplar” for other nations on “what the future of trade can look like”.
Incoming Australia rugby coach Dave Rennie has given an insight into how the Wallabies might benefit from the lessons he learnt at the helm of the Glasgow Warriors.
Australia lock Will Skelton is the latest big name to be confirmed as leaving Saracens.
Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has bowed to pressure from campaigners to publish a report into why it blew up a 46,000-year-old heritage site in Australia.
A “sophisticated state-based cyber actor” is targeting Australia in an escalating campaign threatening all levels of government, businesses, essential services and critical infrastructure, the prime minister has said.
A “guard llama” has been filmed by laughing officers chasing down a police car in Australia.
Boris Johnson said a trade deal between the UK and Australia would bring the countries “closer together than ever before”.
Trade deals with Australia and New Zealand will enable Britain to “make good on the promise of Brexit”, the International Trade Secretary has said.
A 60-year-old surfer has died after being attacked by a 10ft great white shark off the coast of New South Wales.
The Australian Prime Minister was interrupted during a press conference when a resident asked the assembled press to move off his lawn.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have praised Australia’s firefighters, paramedics and police, telling them “you should be immensely proud of everything you do”.
Dave Rennie believes Australia can benefit from the experience he has gained with Glasgow as he prepares to take up his new role as head coach of the Wallabies.
Rugby Football League chief executive Ralph Rimmer has admitted it will be tough for England’s Ashes series against Australia to go ahead.
Danny Wilson will take up his new position as Glasgow head coach from next week, a month earlier than planned.
Mitchell Starc has fondly recalled his time at Yorkshire and says he would “certainly” welcome a return to county cricket if he was asked in the future.
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Researchers in Australia claim they may have successfully tested the fastest internet data speed ever, capable of downloading 1,000 HD movies in less than a second.
A woman has tearfully embraced her dying sister in Australia after weeks of wrangling over pandemic travel restrictions.
Australia’s trade minister has said that his country does not want a trade war with China.