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Former Defence Force chief Angus Houston and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, are named as Australia's next knights.
Islamic State confirms its militants have executed Haruna Yukawa, one of two Japanese nationals it has been holding hostage.
A husband and wife from Port Lincoln in South Australia win the coveted tuna toss finals at the annual Tunarama Festival.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi and US president Barack Obama announce they have reached an agreement to break the deadlock that has been stalling a civilian nuclear power agreement.
Nick Kyrgios beats Italy's Andreas Seppi in a classic five-setter to make the last eight in the Australian Open.
The bodies of a man and a woman are found by police in the backyard of a home in Dianella, in Perth's northern suburbs.
Rosie Batty is named Australian of the Year for her campaign against family violence in an award ceremony that saw four women take the nation's top honours.
Czech Tomas Berdych has ended Bernard Tomic's run at the Australian Open, beating the young Australian in straight sets.
The head of the Northern Territory Labor Party has left Australia intending on joining Kurdish fighters in the battle against Islamic State militants in Syria, the ABC confirms.
Polling stations open across Greece in a general election that looks set to result in a change of government.
Australia is in the grip of an ice epidemic and hundreds of clandestine drug labs are springing up around the country each year, in suburban homes, motels and even in car boots and trucks.
Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten reopens the debate about the nation becoming a republic, ahead of Australia Day tomorrow.
A 67-year-old man rescued by a police helicopter after being missing for more than 26 hours on a beach in Victoria's east says he was "silly" to have become lost.
World leaders are converging on Saudi Arabia to offer condolences following the death of King Abdullah, including US president Barack Obama who is cutting short a trip to India to pay his respects.
Canadian seventh seed Eugenie Bouchard survives a mid-match slump to defeat Irina-Camelia Begu of Romania and reach the Australian Open quarter-finals.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott praises finalists in the 2015 Australian of the Year awards ahead of this evening's official ceremony in Canberra, where the winners will be unveiled.
Melbourne marks 150 years since the arrival of a ship that "created havoc" during America's civil war, and recruited dozens of Australian men during its visit.
Outspoken backbencher Ian Macdonald says he is pleased the Prime Minister has changed his approach to the contentious GP co-payment policy.
A former member of an outlaw motorcycle club says he would not be surprised if the Liberal National Party has received modest campaign donations from bikie members.
Thousands of thongs washed up along the far north Queensland coast are given a second life as art to help raise awareness of ghost nets.
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Fans of Standard Liege caused outrage with a banner showing a mocked-up image of former captain Steven Defour being beheaded.
A thrilling burst of hitting by Andre Russell carried the West Indies to a one-wicket win over South Africa in the fourth ODI.
Premier League sides Arsenal, West Ham United and Aston Villa have all scored fourth-round FA Cup wins.
Perth Glory has levelled late to secure a dramatic 3-3 draw with Melbourne Victory in Perth.
Teenage sprint star Jack Hale has won the 100m at the Briggs Classic in Hobart.
Nick Kyrgios has beaten Italy's Andreas Seppi in a classic five-setter to make the last eight in the Australian Open.
The Perth Scorchers are through to the Big Bash final after beating the Melbourne Stars by 18 runs in Perth.
Simona Halep ended her hoodoo against Yanina Wickmayer, winning 6-4, 6-2 to advance to the Australian Open quarter-finals.
Tune in and follow the latest updates from the A-League clash between the Glory and Victory in Perth.
Iran's protest against Iraq and attempt to overturn the result of Friday night's Asian Cup quarter-final has been rejected.
The NSW Breakers have cruised to an astonishing 10th-straight WNCL title after beating South Australia by 114 runs.
George Bailey could captaining Australia for the World Cup's opening game, then be dropped for the rest of the tournament.
Tomas Berdych has ended Bernard Tomic's run at the Australian Open, setting up a last-eight clash with Rafael Nadal.
New Zealand has beaten Sri Lanka by 120 runs in the sixth ODI to clinch the seven-match series.
Rohan Dennis has won the Tour Down Under on a day Australian cycling farewelled Cadel Evans.
The Iranian team claims Iraq's Alaa Abdul-Zahra submitted a positive doping test and should not have played Friday's quarter-final.
Mitchell Johnson will be rested for tomorrow's ODI against India at the SCG, while Mitchell Marsh is likely to return.
Eugenie Bouchard held off a charge by Irina-Camelia Begu to become the first quarter-finalist at this year's Australian Open.
South Sydney star Greg Inglis and New Zealand half-back Shaun Johnson will launch the 2015 NRL season.
Chelsea and Manchester City both crashed out of the FA Cup after losing to lower-league opponents in the fourth round.
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