Photos of four Yagoona brothers who are suspected of travelling to Syria have been released as part of their family's quest to find them.
The NSW government is being urged to remove licence requirements for keeping some native animals as pets.
The Indian Ocean tsunami triggered the biggest private response to a disaster with the public world-wide giving $5.5 billion for relief and rehabilitation following the disaster.
Teaching English to school children in India or building a community restaurant in Peru have become part of a fashionable rite of passage for thousands of young people each year, but critics argue the commercialisation of volunteering is doing more harm than good to the communities they seek to help.
Brodie Smith went to Thailand to undertake a radical treatment for his drug addictions using an African shrub. What happened is disputed, but Smith died in the clinic.
On the 10th anniversary of the Boxing Day Tsunami that killed 226,000 people in 13 countries LINDSAY MURDOCH visits Khao Lak, the worst hit beach in Thailand.
What's happening at the festival day by day.
Canberra principals have revealed there has been no noticeable increase in secondary school students' hours of homework.
Ita Vaea has abandoned plans for a French comeback to have one last crack at reviving his Super Rugby career, declaring he wants to repay the ACT Brumbies after overcoming a life-threatening heart condition.
What if all you wanted for Christmas was the loved one who can never return?