Cardinal George Pell will return to the Vatican tomorrow — for the first time since he was cleared of child sex abuse allegations five months ago.
The UK police officer killed after a man in custody shot him inside a police station has family ties to WA. The sergeant worked for Princess Diana and the Queen Mother during a glittering career.
French terrorism authorities are investigating a knife attack that wounded at least two people Friday near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris, authorities said.
The UK government says a surge in confirmed coronavirus cases — sparking its biggest ever day of new daily cases — is due to increased levels of testing.
British PM Boris Johnson has appealed for resolve and a ‘spirit of togetherness’ as he unveiled new restrictions he said could last six months to suppress a dramatic spike in coronavirus cases.
An ‘idiot abroad’ whose dream holiday around Australia with his girlfriend turned into a nightmare after he was caught importing party drugs in the mail to his Kununurra hostel has been jailed.
Days after a vaccine trial was suspended following a reported side-effect in a UK patient, Oxford University has announced the study will resume.
There might have been more empty rows than audience members at the Venice Film Festival on Friday, but that didn’t stop critics raving about The Furnace, a gritty new WA-made film.
Streaming giant Netflix has apologised after a poster promoting a French film about eleven-year-old dancers was criticised for ‘sexualising children’.
Three people were killed and six others injured when a passenger train derailed in north-east Scotland after heavy rain and flooding hit the area.
A Perth mother desperate to get home for her young son’s birthday is stranded in the UK despite having a return ticket and a travel exemption.
Actress Amber Heard has begun giving evidence in London during her former husband Johnny Depp's libel case against a British tabloid.
The princess got married in a private ceremony Friday, with her grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, in attendance, Buckingham Palace has announced.
The family of Camille Clair Marie Thelot, who was killed after being hit on the freeway, say she had a zest for life and learning. They want to lay her to rest in Perth — the city she loved.
Johnny Depp has told a London court ex-wife Amber Heard’s claims he abused her turned him from ‘Cinderella to Quasimodo’ in the public eye and has revealed revolting details about their divorce.
Drunken revellers have flooded the streets around popular nightspots in England as pubs finally reopened, raising concerns that the deadliest outbreak in Europe may find fresh legs.
Perth-raised cricketer Alex Hepburn, jailed for raping a sleeping woman in his teammate’s bedroom, has lost his UK Court of Appeal bid to have his conviction overturned.
Travellers from Australia and 13 other countries will be allowed into the European Union as the bloc moves to open its border while minimising the coronavirus threat.
Police in Scotland have named a man who was shot dead by officers during a knife attack in the city of Glasgow.
Three people are believed to have died and a police officer has been stabbed in the Scottish city of Glasgow according to multiple news outlets in the UK.
British police say they are treating a stabbing rampage in a park that killed three people as a terrorist attack.
Sewage studies have found the coronavirus was already circulating in northern Italy before China reported the first cases.
Dame Vera Lynn, the iconic British singer best known for her rousing wartime song We’ll Meet Again, has died. She was 103.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s car has been shunted by a security vehicle outside parliament when Kurdish protesters ran into the road.
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