Canada has joined the rest of the Five Eyes intelligence-sharing alliance in banning China's Huawei and ZTE from its 5G networks.
David Ljunggren and Steve Scherer
NSW has confirmed the first case of monkeypox in the state making it the second nationwide with another case in Victoria. Here’s what we know.
A Perth man is facing years in prison after admitting a plot to import more than four kilograms of methamphetamine into WA from Canada. Here’s how he was undone.
The West Australian government has donated funds to provide emergency relief to the people of Ukraine.
Boeing's new Starliner capsule has launched on a do-over uncrewed test flight bound for the International Space Station.
Critics have pounced on George W Bush's slip-up after the former president called the invasion of Iraq ‘unjustified’ when he meant the invasion of Ukraine.
France has reported a suspected case of the monkeypox virus while Sweden and Italy confirmed new cases amid signs of the virus spreading around the world.
Russian forces have destroyed Ukraine's Donbas region, leader Volodymyr Zelensky says, as the G7 shows its support to Kyiv through billions in economic relief.
Natalia Zinets and Jonathan Landay
The much-dreaded sweat patches could soon be a thing of the past, with a new solution on its way to perspiring Australians.
The New Zealand government has posted a $NZ19 billion deficit in this year's budget, forecasting a return to surplus in 2025.
Amber Heard's sister has testified that she personally witnessed Johnny Depp and Heard strike each other during a fight.
A Russian soldier accused of war crimes in Ukraine has pleaded guilty to killing an elderly unarmed civilian.
NASA's marsquake monitor will be left to gather dust on the Red Planet after it finally runs out of power thanks to all the dirt blocking its solar panels.
Vaccinated travellers to Indonesia - including WA’s favourite overseas holiday destination Bali - will no longer be required to present a negative COVID-19 test upon entering the country.
Russian commanders are slaughtering their own young soldiers rather than taking them for medical treatment in the latest sign of growing barbarity among Vladimir Putin’s troops.
Ukraine has begun evacuating soldiers from the besieged Azovstal steelworks in Mariupol, where they spent more than 80 days holding out against Russian forces.
From the outside, the blue and yellow carriages are indistinguishable from the dozens of Soviet-era trains transporting millions of refugees fleeing war-ravaged regions of Ukraine.
Michael Powell and Omelyan Oshchudlyak
Greenpeace has attacked the New Zealand government's plan to reduce emissions, saying it relies on ‘hypothetical and unproven techno-fixes’.
Hezbollah's majority is in doubt after its allies lost ground in Lebanon's parliamentary election, while an opponent of the Shi'ite party has gained seats.
Laila Bassam and Timour Azhari and Maya Gebeily
Kim Jong-un has blasted officials over North Korea's COVID-19 response and ordered the military to get involved as the country reports eight more deaths.
Josh Smith and Joori Roh
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the UK will have a ‘necessity to act’ if the EU won't compromise in the stand-off over the Northern Ireland Protocol.
One person is dead and four others are critically injured after a shooting at a church in southern California, authorities say, and a suspect has been detained.
Jacinda Ardern is experiencing moderate symptoms from COVID-19 and will miss a landmark day in New Zealand’s climate change response.
Nearly two thirds of Swiss voters say the country should switch to an 'opt-out' system for consent in order to speed up the organ donation process.
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