One of the two Australian radio jockeys involved in a prank phone call to a UK hospital treating a pregnant Kate Middleton, that apparently led to the suicide of Jacintha Saldanha, today said she will appear at the now-delayed inquest into the India-born nurse's death.
An Australian radio DJ linked to the suicide of a British nurse after a royal prank call said Monday she would attend the London inquest and answer any questions.
An Australian billionaire who is perhaps best known for his efforts to build a seaworthy replica of the Titanic says he will use his vast fortune to form a new political party to compete in federal elections scheduled for September.
A field hockey player has died after being bitten by a venomous king brown snake in Australia's tropical north and proceeded to go for a 2-kilometer training run.
US President Barack Obama has come up with an unusual way of dissuading his daughters from getting inked.
Queensland on Tuesday became the fourth Australian province to exempt cyclists from the Sikh community from wearing a helmet. Announcing the decision, Queensland transport minister Scott Emerson said it was a "common-sense approach" to the issue and only cyclists with "genuine religious beliefs" will be exempted.
Now employers have a reason to discourage their workers from going out for a coffee, as a study reveals that businesses lose 11.4 billion dollars every year due to employees taking coffee breaks.
Shane Watson has stood down from the vice-captaincy of the Australian test cricket team, citing a need to 'focus' his attention on scoring runs and taking wickets.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.0 struck off northern Japan on Friday, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said.
The world-famous Great Barrier Reef has been excluded from a list of the world’s top dive sites, while a cave in the middle of the outback made the cut.
A strong 6.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Papua New Guinea's north on Wednesday as seismologists warned there could be considerable damage in Aitape, where a giant tsunami in 1998 killed more than 2,000 people.
"Crocodile Dundee" star Paul Hogan has taken legal action in a US court to recover $34 million held in a Swiss bank account which he alleges has been misappropriated, reports said on Monday.
Brazilian evangelical pastor Marco Feliciano has claimed that John Lennon died because he offended the Lord by suggesting that the Beatles were more famous than Jesus Christ.
Australian foreign minister Bob Carr says late British leader Margaret Thatcher made "unabashedly racist" comments, recalling what she allegedly said to him about Asian immigration after she left office.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard Tuesday said Margaret Thatcher "changed history for women" by opening the door to females taking high-powered leadership roles.