The state's pollution watchdog has issued a warning to cruise ship operators after one of the world's biggest cruise lines was caught contaminating the ocean with waste.
Philip Wen China has lodged a diplomatic protest after US President-elect Donald Trump broke with decades of diplomatic protocol by holding direct talks with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.
Adam Gartrell, National Political Correspondent Australian diplomats are expected to lose some of their generous taxpayer-funded allowances under a review ordered by Julie Bishop.
Michael Evans and Patrick Begley Savas Guven is not his only name – and his alter ego has a very different life story.
Kelsey Munro It's a "miracle" university, founded just 25 years ago and now ranked in the world's Top 50. How did the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology do it?
Victoria Ticha One in three people waiting for their first cataracts surgery experience at least one fall, and almost 30 per cent with even modest levels of vision loss develop depressive symptoms.
Eryk Bagshaw Andreas Tölke, a German fashionista, threw open his Armani couch, the city of Hamburg opened up its schools, and Berlin turned department stores into shelters for thousands of families.
Peta Gilbert A Redfern community program aimed at reducing Indigenous juvenile crime rates has won a Gold Award at the national Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards (ACVPA) on Wednesday.
Adam Gartrell, National Political Correspondent Stalin, Churchill, Cicero, Harry Potter, Tintin and Awesome Man are on the reading lists of our federal politicians this summer – if they can find time between bingeing on The Crown, House of Cards and Shameless.
Adam Gartrell The Turnbull government's $200m innovation fund is finally up and running.
Rockers get ready to roll when Dragon strums their strings this month.
Nominations for the NSW / ACT young achievers awards close on Thursday, December 15.