Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has ruled out selling the National Broadband Network to Telstra when the rollout of the $51 billion project is finished.
Sharing your fish and chips with seagulls at the beach may harm your health, with researchers revealing the birds carry drug-resistant superbugs.
Twitter has expanded its rules against hateful conduct to include language that "dehumanises" people based on religion.
The US State Department says it hopes to see a freeze in the North Korean nuclear program as the start of a process of denuclearisation, ahead of fresh talks with Pyongyang likely to take place...
Former world No.1 Simona Halep is the first woman through to the Wimbledon semi-finals after ending Zhang Shuai's great run.
Birds trained for cockfighting have been seized during a raid on a Melbourne property.
Instagram has unveiled an anti-bullying initiative following high-profile cases such as the death of British teenager Molly Russell.
Hundreds of thousands of pensioners will soon discover how much extra money they will receive each fortnight, with the Morrison government weighing imminent changes to the income test.
The NSW government is considering giving all gun licence holders in the state the right to cull wild deer populations on private property in a bid to reduce herd numbers.
The six deaths recorded in Queensland mining over the last 12 months is "not an aberration", a leading health and safety expert says.