More than 5,100 homes and businesses across WA are set to get faster internet when the National Broadband Network rolls out in March next year.
When Olympic skier had surgery, he didn't bank on what they would find.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says she does not believe the Great Barrier Reef is threatened, insisting Australia is doing everything possible to protect the environmental icon.
Cambodian authorities frequently extort money from asylum seekers living in the impoverished nation, according to an investigation that raises new concerns about Australia’s plan to send refugees there.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will visit Australia next month and an interim Australian embassy is expected to open in Kiev in January.
Sydney commuters will face a tough choice – head early to the beach or stay longer in their air-conditioned offices to dodge the worst of Friday’s scorching heat.
Work will begin on Monday to erect boom gates in the public car park at Parliament House as pay parking reaches another national institution.
Back to back concussions have forced Matt Toomua to change his tackling technique, but the recalled Wallabies centre insists he will not shy away from physical contact in his Test return.
The adoption by critics of Thailand's military rulers of a three-finger salute from the Hunger Games films has led to screenings of the latest film in the series being cancelled in Bangkok.
The Egyptian president has hinted he may pardon Australian journalist Peter Greste and his al-Jazeera colleagues.
Amber O’Neill of Cambridge Park was crowned Hawkesbury Showgirl for 2015 on Saturday night.
More than 100 horses and riders, seven Pony Clubs, two days and dozens of different games and competitions ...
A Remembrance Day ceremony was held at Kurrajong Memorial Park on Saturday, November 15.
Hawkesbury Races Ladies Day
2014 Bridge to Bridge Waterski Classic
Hawkesbury Real Deal Rodeo
A boat crash killed a 44-year old man on the Hawkesbury River at Ebenezer on Saturday.