The US has killed al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri in a "precision" strike in the centre of the Afghanistan capital Kabul, President Joe Biden says, the biggest blow to the militant group since its founder Osama bin Laden was killed in 2011.
The great Australian dream of home ownership is being realised by fewer young people than it was half a century ago.
A man accused of involvement in an Australia Day road rage shooting that left a Gold Coast father-of-two dead more than 13 years ago has been released on bail.
The federal government will extend the life of the so-called gas trigger until January 2030 as it seeks to shore up supply for the domestic market following the release of a "damning" report.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has attempted to play down recent polling which showed the government was off to a strong start in office.
A Queensland mayor who returned a blood alcohol test of more than three times the legal limit has been ordered to do community service after watching graphic footage of crashes.
Proposed changes to the constitution to establish an Indigenous Voice are simple enough for the public to understand what they're voting for, Anthony Albanese says.
US President Joe Biden has tested positive for COVID-19 again in what the White House doctor described as a "rebound" case seen in a small percentage of patients who take the antiviral drug Paxlovid.
More than three decades after Gary McKay left war in Vietnam behind him, a visit back to the country to help locals find a mass grave triggered a near-debilitating episode of post-traumatic stress.
Celebrated Aboriginal musician Archie Roach has died in hospital aged 66 after a long battle with illness.