A Riverina prisoner who escaped as snow fell across the lower mountains on Friday is back behind bars.
Lynn Pinkerton Thousands of cars lined the roads across the country on Saturday as part of the Lock the Gate Coal Seam Gas protest.
Take a look at the week that has been around regional Australia through the eyes of Fairfax photographers.
Jessica Black Premier Will Hodgman has 'liked' a tweet comparing the federal government's commitment to Tasmanian tourism with The Hangover Part III.
Collingwood were far too good for Fremantle, winning by 48 points in front of a historically low crowd at the MCG.
South Sydney have lost four consecutive matches after losing to Penrith 28-26 on Friday night.
Front pages from around the Fairfax network on Saturday, June 18, 2016.
Nathan Hondros WA: A mural of an MP complete with moustache and a mullet will be removed.
It might 30+ in Darwin. It's not across parts of Victoria and NSW as a wintry weekend has started early.
Louise Markus has defended her achievements as Member for Macquarie after an awkward interview.
Candidate meeting yields NBN promise.
Consequences for parking illegally in disability parking spaces.
Winds, with help from a truck, brought a powerline down on Bells Line of Road on Wednesday.
Now students with learning difficulties can get Arrowsmith training in Sydney.
Rugby league club wants ex-players and officials back at the club.
A host of stars will take to the Rooty Hill RSL stage on Thursday, July 14, to honour ...