Erin Moran, the former child star who played Joanie Cunningham in the hit sitcom Happy Days and who later appeared in The Love Boat and Murder, She Wrote, dies aged 56.
AOC president John Coates is under pressure to respond to allegations his media director Mike Tancred bullied, intimidated and threatened fellow employees â€” including claims he threatened to kill one of them in the run-up to the Athens Games.
New legislation to combat drive-by shootings will be introduced to the Victorian Parliament allowing police to charge all occupants of a vehicle involved in a shooting, rather than having to prove who pulled the trigger.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton says it is "indisputable" that concerns for the safety of a young boy were directly related to a shooting on the Manus Island detention centre, despite a conflicting account from local police.
South-east Queensland's public transport will be able to cope with huge demand during the 2018 Commonwealth Games, chair Peter Beattie says, despite UK bosses warning logistics could unravel the event.
Crowds have marched in more than 600 cities worldwide for Earth Day events billed as a "celebration of science", amid growing concern about US President Donald Trump's climate change scepticism and cuts to research funding.
A rollicking FA Cup semi- final between Chelsea and Tottenham is settled in the Blues' favour by an absolute wondergoal from midfielder Nemanja Matic.
The number of Queenslanders inquiring to become foster carers hit a record last month, with the State Government launching a recruitment drive to turn the curious into the committed.
GWS Giants star Heath Shaw apologises for "insensitive, offensive" remark directed at Swans forward Tom Papley during the Sydney derby.
President Donald Trump's primary domestic focus has been on jobs and the economy under the banner of "America first". So, how do Americans judge his performance in his first 100 days?
As Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence is making it her mission to promote the profession of art therapy, which she says "not only changes lives but saves lives".
Election eve in France has left the country on edge, with the result increasingly unpredictable. Europe correspondent Lisa Millar speaks to voters at the Barbes Market in central Paris.
An Australian digger is being honoured with art in the village of Bullecourt, France next week â€” a century after he was killed there in one of the major battles of the Somme campaign of World War I.
Michele Scarponi, the 2011 Giro d'Italia champion, is killed in a road accident after being hit by a van while training close to his home in Italy.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop hits back at North Korea, after the reclusive state warned Australia could be the target of a nuclear weapons strike if it continued to "blindly" follow the United States.
An altercation breaks out on a US plane involving crew and passengers after a woman carrying a young child was reportedly hit with a stroller, again raising questions about airlines' treatment of customers.