Greece have voted on whether to accept more austerity in exchange for international aid.
Thousands of Greeks stage rival rallies ahead of a weekend referendum that may decide the country's Euro future.
Survey shows Greek public slightly in favour of "Yes" in this weekend's referendum.
Young people rampage through a Walmart store allegedly wanted to see how much damage they could cause.
Greece needs an extra €50 billion to stay afloat, the International Monetary Fund says.
One of life's pleasures - popping Bubble Wrap - is about to pass into folklore.
Martha Stewart was an authority on simple, do-it-yourself, classy quality, but her brand tarnished badly.
It reads like the beginning of a robo-acocalypse sci-fi movie, but in this case the damage and the tragedy is all too real.
Desperate, Nikos Fotakis escaped the turmoil in Greece thanks to his Australian-born wife.
Greece's PM continues his risky game of chicken with creditors a day after the country defaults.
Swedish furniture giant plans to more than double its presence in Australia and sell online.
Her critics call her the villain of the Greek drama, a taskmaster forcing a bankrupt nation to its knees.
Thousands of Greeks are worried about the prospect of crashing out of Europe's currency union.
Crowdfunding organiser trying to raise $2.6 billion for Greece says it's not a joke.
With Greece in default on its $2.6 billion IMF loan, what happens next?
Last-minute appeals to creditors and a promise to scap a referendum not enough to save Greece.
Aussie worker who sexually harassed colleagues and abused bosses at a Christmas party was unfairly sacked.
Parents are scrounging for pocket change to buy baby formula and gas stations are running out of fuel.
Police are searching for a man in a wheelchair who robbed a bank in New York City.
Hanna Bouveng, 25, claims her Wall Street boss began a relentless quest to have sex with her.
But US president acknowledges his fight to secure the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership is far from over.
Ride-sharing service acquires a portion of Microsoft's Bing mapping unit.
Tens of thousands of Greeks rally amid financial chaos to back the government's bailout rejection.
US stocks extended losses in heavy trading on fears Greece could be the first to exit the euro zone.
Fears are mounting that the outcome could sink not just Greece but the euro and the idea of the EU itself.
Greece isn't the only place with debt problems - the US commonwealth is in a fiscal crisis with a crushing debt load.
Investors may have fallen out of love with Australian banks, but they remain among the most profitable lenders in the developed world.
Wednesday's leap second will take place just as stock markets in Asia are opening, and they're taking no chances.
Many Greeks stuck without cash as banks shut for a week and ATM withdrawals are limited.
How did Greece come to be facing financial ruin? We can explain.