Sydneysiders are expected to snap up 130 tonnes of prawns and close to one million oysters at the Sydney Fish Markets this Christmas as drought and flood impact on seafood supplies.
The girlfriend of London Bridge terror victim Jack Merritt broke down in tears as she attended a vigil in his memory in Cambridge.
A woman missing in the northern outback for almost a fortnight says she drank water from a cattle watering hole to stay alive and is "worried to death" about her companions.
Five people have been killed after a car left the road, rolled and hit trees on the Arnhem Highway in the Northern Territory.
The vast majority of strip-searches carried out on teenagers at an underage Sydney music festival earlier this year were potentially unlawful, an inquiry has heard, with one boy claiming an officer put his hands inside his underwear.
Clashes sparked by suspected cartel gunmen in northern Mexico have killed 20 people, putting more pressure on the country's president to curb gang violence after the United States vowed to label the gangs terrorists.
Woolworths has been slapped with an employee class action that alleges its underpayment scandal is far worse than the current $300 million estimate.
Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt did not address issues of bullying and poor procedural practice in his office, a former staffer alleges.
More than 1000 pairs of women's underwear have been found at a home in Sydney's south by police investigating the theft of a bag from a hotel.
US police are investigating a mass shooting that wounded 10 people near New Orleans' famed French Quarter.