A Grocon company has been fined $250,000 over a Melbourne wall collapse that killed three people.
The hint of presidential intervention in the case of journalist Peter Greste has given his parents hope.
A Sydney man accused of recruiting men to fight for terrorists in Syria has been committed to stand trial.
An industrial fire in Sydney that threatened businesses and created traffic havoc has been extinguished.
US President Barack Obama has laid out a sweeping plan to overhaul the nation's immigration system.
Fifty country towns will get 4G mobile internet as Telstra rolls out technology used to boost coverage.
Mike Nichols, the Oscar-winning director behind countless American films, has died at the age of 83.
Australian actor and Thor avenger Chris Hemsworth is the world's sexiest man, People magazine says.
NBC and Netflix have both abandoned Bill Cosby projects as allegations mount against the veteran comedian.
An Indian village has gone bananas for a wedding between two monkeys, with over 200 guests attending.
In today's Feed we see a junior table tennis player tip over the umpire, a mounted police officer pull up a motorcyclist and the frosty sport of snow swimming.
Steve Smith scored 104 as Australia wrapped up a one-day series win over South Africa with a tense three-wicket victory at the MCG.
Set 261 to win the second Test in Dubai, Pakistan need 147 more runs to win with six wickets in hand at tea on the final day against New Zealand.
Jade North's own goal gave Melbourne Victory a 1-0 win over Brisbane Roar in a forgettable A-League contest at Etihad Stadium.
Lewis Hamilton was quickest in Friday's opening free practice ahead of Sunday's decisive Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix.
Chief executive James Sutherland says Cricket Australia will find answers why such a poor crowd turned up for the one-dayer at the MCG.
The Brisbane Broncos have officially signed Darius Boyd on a three year deal four months after initially being linked to the NRL club.
Ireland say they won't be bullied by a star-studded Australia in Saturday night's International Rules Test in Perth.
The New Zealand Breakers have held on to beat Melbourne United 80-72 in Auckland and record their fourth win in a row in the Australian NBL.
Cricket Australia high performance guru Pat Howard says Mark Waugh has admitted he was wrong to say 'marketing' reasons are guiding selectors.
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Which controversial politician returned to the limelight? Who is the world's most sexiest man? And, most importantly, did Vladimir actually shirt front Tony? All this and more in this week’s news wrap.
Leaked emails between Kim Kardashian's PR team and a company in talks to collaborate, reveal the reality star's diva demands
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