Family members of the 239 people on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have vented their anger after Malaysia declared the disappearance an “accident” despite that the world’s greatest aviation mystery remains unsolved after 328 days.
Nick Miller In response to a list of questions submitted by Fairfax Media on Thursday, the palace refused to confirm whether the Queen would personally hand Prince Philip the insignia of the Knight of the Order of Australia.
Lindsay Murdoch Australian Federal Police have the authority provide information to foreign police agencies even in cases where a guilty verdict could result in the death penalty.
Ruth Pollard In the most significant escalation of tensions since the 2006 Israel-Hezbollah war, cross-border missile attacks have left a United Nations peacekeeper dead in Lebanon and killed two Israeli soldiers in the country’s north.
Jewel Topsfield The Bali Nine pair on death row have been given a glimmer of hope with the Denpasar District Court to allow an application for a judicial review to be registered despite the Indonesian Attorney-General saying there could not be a second review into their case.
Tim Biggs Machines will eventually achieve a human-like consciousness but do not pose a threat to the survival of mankind, Microsoft head of research Eric Horvitz says.
Daniel Flitton East Timor's independence hero and former guerrilla fighter Xanana Gusmao has told colleagues he will resign as Prime Minister in the next fortnight.
Two Fox News journalists have taken the unusual step of defending first lady Michelle Obama, whose decision not to wear a headscarf during an official visit to Saudi Arabia this week has attracted intense media scrutiny in the US.
Jewel Topsfield and Amilia Rosa A 24-year-old Queensland man has been charged with possessing marijuana after he was allegedly caught with a joint near a Bali beach.
It was a 124-year-old Welsh family business which took five generations to build up, yet a blunder over a single letter was all that was needed to cause its collapse, leaving the government with a £9 million ($A17m) legal bill, UK’s Daily Telegraph reports.