After being looted in the chaos that followed Saddam Hussein's toppling, Iraq's national museum is reopened.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull continues to deflect questions about a possible leadership challenge, saying his focus is on the New South Wales state election.
The pearling industry is marking 100 years since the first pearl diver was treated for decompression sickness, known as the bends, in Australia.
A man is charged with murder after police find the body of a woman with severe head trauma and an axe lying next to her in a home in Canberra's south.
A letter containing a threat to behead Tasmanian senator Jacqui Lambie unless she helps implement Sharia law in Australia sparks a security assessment at the outspoken independent's office.
Wales handed France another Six Nations defeat, winning 20-13 to stay alive in the competition.
The author of the McClure review of the welfare system is confident change will happen because the system now is too complex.
The Australian chief executive officer of an exchange company for Bitcoin cyber currency has been killed in a motorcycle accident in Thailand.
A two-year-old boy has died and a girl has suffered serious injuries after a tree fell on their house at The Patch in the Dandenong Ranges, east of Melbourne, as severe thunderstorms swept through Victoria last night.
It is the second unlikely love story to emerge from the revolution in the way we make babies and form families, and it has thrown up some serious new challenges for regulators and law makers.
On the 25th Clean Up Australia Day, founder Ian Kiernan is convinced the country is a cleaner place.
A violent storm which rolled across Victoria claimed one child's life, and seriously injured another, after a large tree fell onto a family home.