No referendum vote for EU citizens

No referendum vote for EU citizens

EU citizens living in the UK will not be eligible to vote in the "in/out" referendum on Europe, except those from Ireland, Malta and Gibraltar, the government says.



Details emerge about Sydney gunman

Details emerge about Sydney gunman

Details about the isolated life lead by gunman Man Haron Monis emerge from an inquest into last December's siege at the Lindt cafe in Sydney.

Malaysia finds 139 'migrant graves'

Malaysia finds 139 'migrant graves'

A total of 139 grave sites of suspected migrants have been found in 28 trafficking camps close to Malaysia's border with Thailand, police say.

Iraq will take back Ramadi 'in days'

Iraq will take back Ramadi 'in days'

Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says that the city of Ramadi could be taken back from Islamic State militants "in days".

McMurdo: I stand by my decisions

McMurdo: I stand by my decisions

JUSTICE Margaret McMurdo has spoken out about the possible resignation of Chief Justice Carmody, saying she stands by her decisions during the “sorry saga”.

Broadbeach brawl bikie found not guilty

Broadbeach brawl bikie found not guilty

A GOLD Coast mechanic has been found not guilty of rioting over his role in the infamous Broadbeach bikie brawl.

Finn murder may not be solved: WA top cop

Finn murder may not be solved: WA top cop

A 2002 royal commission was the golden opportunity to solve the Shirley Finn murder case, and a fresh probe may not reveal her killers, WA's top cop says.

Review: Updated: Foxtel Play

Review: Updated: Foxtel Play

IntroductionUpdate: Foxtel has expanded its lineup for Foxtel Play, updating the channels offered in each package and adding new shows to the Boxsets channel, so we've updated our review. It seems like an age since the TV through the internet craze took Australia by storm. While ABC iview and SBS On

Delly cops body slam, player ejected

Delly cops body slam, player ejected

MATTHEW Dellavedova is once again the talking point of the NBA playoffs, this time for being on the end of an Al Horford body slam.

Conservative challenger ousts Polish president

Conservative challenger ousts Polish president

Conservative challenger Andrzej Duda ousted incumbent President Bronislaw Komorowski in a run-off election in Poland Sunday, initial projections showed.Komorowski has conceded defeat after Duda of the right-wing Law and Justice Party secured 53 per cent...

Boating sales soar to start the season

Boating sales soar to start the season

The boating season has just begun across the region and already businesses are booming thanks to the weather and reasonable gas prices.

170 kids on their own, among desperate migrants to arrive in Indonesia

170 kids on their own, among desperate migrants to arrive in Indonesia

Nearly 3,100 Rohingya and Bangladeshis have landed in three Southeast Asian countries, according to the International Organization for Migration.

Halifax cab driver says he unwittingly drove man on crime spree

Halifax cab driver says he unwittingly drove man on crime spree

A Halifax cab driver says he was wrongfully arrested after he unwittingly shepherded a man around the city as he committed a string of robberies Friday night.

Saskatoon house fire leaves $200K in estimated damages

Saskatoon house fire leaves $200K in estimated damages

Firefighters in Saskatoon battled a blaze early Sunday morning that left an estimated $200,000 in damages and a pet cat dead.

WIN Family Pass to the Disney on Ice Show!

WIN Family Pass to the Disney on Ice Show!

The winter school holidays are nearly upon us and that means it is time for a brand new Disney On Ice show. We are giving away 100 family passes to Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream at Allphones Arena.

Ireland to Have Gay Marriages Before Christmas

Ireland to Have Gay Marriages Before Christmas

After a resounding referendum in favor of gay marriage, Ireland expects to have a law passed by July and gay weddings before Christmas.

Search launched for missing Forresters Beach cyclist

Search launched for missing Forresters Beach cyclist

A search is underway for missing Forresters Beach cyclist Natalie Donoghue who has vanished on a bike ride in Yengo National Park

Iraqi forces 'showed no will to fight' in Ramadi: US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter

Iraqi forces 'showed no will to fight' in Ramadi: US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter

Pentagon chief Ashton Carter has accused Iraqi forces of having "failed to fight" in Ramadi, which has fallen to Islamic State militants.

Autistic boy Tyrone Sevilla allowed to stay in Australia

Autistic boy Tyrone Sevilla allowed to stay in Australia

A 10-year-old autistic boy slated for deportation will be allowed to stay in Australia with his mother, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has confirmed.

ACTU to campaign on behalf of workers in 'sharing economy'

ACTU to campaign on behalf of workers in 'sharing economy'

ACTU says "liquid workforces" - where workers are not legally employees and do not have the right to organise and collectively bargain - must become a focus of the labor movement.

OSN strengthens CNBC partnership

OSN strengthens CNBC partnership

    OSN, the leading pay-TV network in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, has strengthened its partnership with CNBC, the leading international business and financial news and information network, with the renewal of its channel distribution deal. The long term de

InterContinental Al-Khobar wins two  top SETA awards

InterContinental Al-Khobar wins two top SETA awards

    INTERCONTINENTAL Al-Khobar won its first Saudi Excellence in Tourism Awards in two categories during the award ceremony of SETA in Riyadh. Categories were open for all the country-wide restaurants, hotels and resorts nominated by the individuals. Amir Al Mubarak, Human

Iraqi forces regain ground from Daesh east of Ramadi

Iraqi forces regain ground from Daesh east of Ramadi

  BAGHDAD — Iraqi forces regained ground from the Daesh militants in western Iraq on Sunday, advancing towards the city of Ramadi one week after it fell to the insurgents. A police major and a pro-government Sunni tribal fighter in the area said they had retaken the tow

Women activists make rare Koreas crossing

Women activists make rare Koreas crossing

  US activist and feminist Gloria Steinem, center, and other members of the WomanCrossDMZ group march with South Korean peace activists along a barbed wire fence nearby a military check point in Paju on Sunday after the women’s group crossed the heavily-fortified Demilitarized

Fears for mountain biker missing overnight

Fears for mountain biker missing overnight

EXPERIENCED rider Natalie Donoghue, 54, hasn’t been seen since she left home yesterday morning to visit Yengo national park in the Lower Hunter Valley.

Carmody 'turmoil' must end: Palaszczuk

QUEENSLAND'S premier says judges must get on with their jobs following Chief Justice Tim Carmody's offer to resign.

Xiaomi Mi4i Overheating Issue Fixing Update on Hold Due to Adding More Bugs

Many Xiaomi Mi4i owners reported in the last couple of weeks their phones are heat up unusually fast even though they are only using them for taking and making calls. Some have started to use earphones due to these overheating issues that prevents them from keeping the phone to their ears.

Forgotten for decades, fallen NY soldier finally honored

Carroll Heath didn't have it easy growing up in the Great Depression. His father wasn't around, his mother was a patient in a mental hospital and he kept largely to himself. Soon after graduating high school, he enlisted in the Army and wound up in the Philippines, where he's believed to have died s

Are top American journalists revealing their bias? RedBlue America

George Stephanopoulos of ABC News admitted he had donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation since 2011. It turned out that PBS journalist Judy Woodruff and other media organizations and figures had also donated. Is this proof of a media biased toward Clinton? Or is something else going on here?Objec

Over 100 newspapers dumped in year, ads down 50%, circulation hits bottom | WashingtonExaminer.com

The demise of big city print media, displayed in full by the painfully slow sale of the mammoth New York Daily News, is going nationwide as ad sales decline 50 percent and circulation plummets, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis. According to their report, The Declining Value Of U.S.

Oklahoma State baseball notebook: Cowboys vow to bounce back

BY JOHN HELSLEYThe Cowboys lost in the Big 12 Tournament title game for the second straight year, this time 6-3 to Texas. But like last year, OSU is looking ahead with intent, with plenty of opportunity awaiting in the NCAA Tournament.Read more on NewsOK.com

Despite warnings, fall from Stanley Park cliff believed to have caused man's death

Despite revellers at a late-night party in Stanley Park being warned of a dangerous nearby cliff, one young man apparently fell to his death early Sunday morning. Vancouver police are investigating the incident after being called to the seawall near Siwash Rock at about 4:20 a.m. They found a 23-yea

'I was 14 when I last came here...it's like a rabbit warren': Airdrie & Shotts MP Neil Gray on life ...

GRAY was sworn in last week and told Media Scotland journalist Judith Tonner that he is keen to get down to business.

Video shows car getting swept away in deadly Texas flood

A torrent of water washed away a car, after deadly floods hit parts of Texas and Oklahoma over the weekend. Eyewitness videos show the surge of flood water catching the white SUV, and flipping it upside down at Tapatio Springs Hill Country Resort and Spa near Boerne, Texas, on Saturday. A witness w

Full list of winners from Cannes 2015 unveiled

The 68th annual Cannes Film Festival has come to a close, and this year's winners were announced on Sunday. Jacques Audiard’s Dheepan surprised everyone by taking home the Palme d’Or, Cannes' top prize. Dheepan portrays the lives of a pseudo-family of Sri Lankan refugees living in Paris

New Orleans police officer fatally shot

A police officer for New Orleans' housing authority was fatally shot while inside his car Sunday morning, police said. The officer, who has not been identified pending notification of his family, was working overtime at a construction site in New Orleans.

Montoya edges Power to win 99th Indy 500

INDIANAPOLIS: Colombia’s Juan Pablo Montoya won his second Indianapolis 500 title on Sunday, outdueling Australia’s Will Power and New Zealand’s Scott Dixon with dramatic passes for the lead over the tension-packed final laps. Montoya passed Dixon with four laps remaining and went