3 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
Elder Wilfred Hicks with ancient Aboriginal rock art depicting a kangaroo high above Bloodwood Creek on the Burrup Peninsula near Dampier.
7 hrs ago | Sunday Mail
DEVELOPERS have earmarked more than $2.5 billion of major city projects since the State Government relaxed planning regulations in March last year.
11 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
Following an extensive defense investigation that has included the review of hundreds of thousands of Bureau of Prisons records, attorneys for inmates Joseph Cabrera Sablan and James Ninete Leon Guerrero say separate trials are necessary to ensure each gets a fair shake.
11 hrs ago | Laughing Squid
Artist Horst Kiechle has created a papercraft torso complete with detailed organs that fit together inside the chest cavity for the science lab at the International School in Nadi, Fiji Islands.
16 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi has reportedly said a petition has proven his view on same-sex, bestiality and polygamy correct.
20 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au
LADIES, a new trend has arrived that promises to keep you warm in the winter months and safe from perverts when you're out and about.
Yesterday | The Independent
Terri Judd is a reporter with The Independent, who writes regularly on defence issues, having repeatedly embedded with British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
More than 100 former WA hostel boarders have applied for sex abuse compensation after the Blaxell inquiry examined a litany of abuse across WA schools.
THE "feel-good" factor of the Adelaide Festival has been given a dollar value for the first time, with research showing this year's event was worth almost $85 million - far greater than its strict economic benefit.
A laptop through Computers Against Isolation is helping autistic Rotorua boy Edward Haynes talk to family and come out of his shell.
It has been a week of challenging television viewing - challenging even without catching much Seven Sharp .
Writer Stephen Sinclair, 56, is best known for co-writing Ladies Night and working with Sir Peter Jackson on Meet the Feebles, Braindead and The Lord of the Rings.
A father and his surviving son describe how drinking home-brewed alcohol led to the deaths of a second son and two friends.
Few religious communities have gone as far in fighting climate change as a church in Queensland, Australia, which has 24 solar panels bolted to the roof in the shape of a Christian cross.
Persistent heavy rain has caused slips, road closures and evacuations in Tasman, and claimed the life of a Marahau resident.
Tragedy ... The wrecked house where a woman was killed yesterday afternoon after a landslip at Marahau, near Motueka.
This week Coastguard New Zealand celebrates its extensive network of dedicated volunteers during National Volunteer Week 2013, which shines the limelight on New Zealanders who donate their time to the community.