Police have refused to say if they are investigating whether missing brothers Jayden and Joseph Brady are being hidden by a cult somewhere on the far north coast of NSW.
Three people have been arrested over what police have described as the "systematic and ongoing physical abuse of a young boy" in Sydney's west.
Woolworths has been accused of lying about the safety of a range of its branded goods, including steel deep fryers, matches and chairs, and failing to lodge reports to authorities once it was aware, the federal consumer watchdog alleged in the Federal Court on Wednesday.
It's not Mad Monday at Geelong, it's whacky Wednesday and even though it has arrived earlier than they had hoped, the Cats never disappoint.
There was no place where baby boy Jude O' Brien was happier than when he was with his mother Bianka, his father says.
Hawthorn midfielder Jordan Lewis has bristled at the suggestion speed will be a distinct advantage for Port Adelaide in Saturday's second preliminary final at the MCG.
Police leads into the slaying of two British tourists on a Thai resort island have collapsed, as the ruling junta warned the country is not always safe for foreign visitors.
The ACT Brumbies have signed Canberra Vikings back Rodney Iona on a one-year, extended playing squad contract.
In saying during a Senate hearing that he could imagine recommending that US troops engage in combat against Islamic State militants, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs did not so much reveal a difference between his view and the White House's, but his job and the president's.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has found an unlikely defender against online attacks claiming he is a dual citizen and ineligble to hold office.