A charismatic gospel singer who jams with prison guards is among those on death row with Bali nine ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Locals were happy when the money flowed thick and fast from fracking in the oil-boom state. Then the quakes started.
For most teens, $30 for one night of babysitting a week is enough. Noa Mintz is not most teens.
Renowned contrarian investor and Allan Gray chief executive Simon Marais has died after losing his battle with cancer.
Boxer briefs are the biggest thing in American men's pants - to the tune of $3.58bn a year.
A scathing attack on Vladimir Putin by exile Mikhail Khodorkovsy paints a bleak picture for Russia's economy.
A group of women on a hen's night claim they were shafted by entertainment providers.
Dutch firm admits the NSA and GCHQ probably did break into its system to steal codes for billions of users' phones.
Europe's biggest bank, HSBC, says tax-dodging allegations about its Swiss business hurt.
A market frenzy in the world's second-biggest economy hatched dozens of billionaires this year alone.
Take a look at this chart. It shows the performance of the most successful company in the world.
Indonesian authorities executed a Brazilian man last month without allowing a priest perform the last rites as he waited for the firing squad.
ANALYSIS: President's calm exterior disguises the bad news for the Australian drug smugglers.
Germany has the clout to block a deal and cast Greece adrift, potentially pushing it towards the euro zone exit.
OPINION: We should instead be asking ourselves how NZ can best reduce the terrible human suffering of Syria's civil war.
Lego has become the world's most powerful brand - unseating Ferrari from its top spot.
Hackers steal directly from banks instead of account holders, but experts say customers may still be at risk.
Computer security firm claims a hacker group has stolen as much NZ$1.33b from banks and other financial companies since 2013.
Phil Chronican is stepping down from one of the most senior roles in Australia's banking industry.
Aussie mining magnate's lawyers call a drama about her family 'twisted' and misleading.
The billionaire became Italy's richest man with a confectionery empire built on his popular Nutella spread.
British banking giant says sorry after allegations its Swiss private bank helped hundreds of clients to dodge taxes.
Thirteen people have been killed after a building collapsed in northern India.
UK's Conservative prime minister signs declaration to step up the fight against climate change.
New figures on China's rise as an economic superpower underscore where New Zealand's future lies, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Video allegedly shows Sydney student kneeling before an Islamic State flag, making threats.
Toy maker Hasbro is paying a fortune to make toys for big movie franchises like the Avengers and Star Wars. But it's paying off.
The world's largest company by market capitalisation got a little bit bigger.
British lawmakers plan to open an inquiry into HSBC after media reports the bank helped wealthy customers dodge taxes and hide assets.
A drone strike in Afghanistan killed veteran militant suspected of having defected to Islamic State from the Taliban.