Give seagulls half a chance and they'll steal anything. Even the (air) show.
Asher Abid Khan was restless and living in Australia when he began researching ways to join Islamic State, US prosecutors allege.
Khaled Sharrouf's wife and children, including the son who was photographed holding a severed head, are seeking to return to Australia.
Thought you were splurging by purchasing an Apple Watch for yourself? Think again.
Kiwi in jail in Myanmar for using image of Buddha to promote cheap drinks is to get a signed shirt from his favourite team.
A man has been arrested in Australia and charged with stealing cattle gallstones.
She was told her baby had died - but now he's turned up four decades later.
Radio station says show in which a baby rabbit was beaten to death live on air intended to show hypocrisy of animal lovers.
Woman bitten by black widow spider her family says was hiding in a bag of grapes.
Accused mass killer wrote his plans for a shooting at a Colorado cinema down in a notebook, court told.
Air France jet with three dozen people on board narrowly avoided hitting the highest mountain in central Africa, authorities say.
#CharlieCharlieChallenge has surged to the top of the global social media charts. But why?
Taylor Swift has been named one of the most powerful women in the world in Forbes' World's Most Powerful Women list this year.
What was meant as a playful test of a bulletproof vest by two friends ended in death and jail.
More than a thousand people are dead a heatwave hit southern India.
More than a thousand people have been killed in southern India as temperatures soar toward 50C.
A televangelist has warned viewers of the perils of self-pleasure.
Jason Cias was punched in the face for standing up for three Muslim women who were being abused on a train.
Lost on a "road to nowhere", she lived off oranges and rainwater collected in cups.
Boko Haram militants have killed at least 43 people in a five-hour assault on the town of Gubio in northeastern Nigeria's Borno state.
Torrential rains have killed at least eight people in Texas and Oklahoma, including two in Houston where flooding turned streets into rivers.
China outlined a strategy to boost its naval reach on Tuesday and held a groundbreaking ceremony for two lighthouses in disputed waters.
A 14-year-old Austrian boy gets two-year sentence for preparing to join Syrian militants and researching how to build a bomb, after downloading plans onto his Playstation.
Nepal places ban on children from travelling without parents or approved guardians in a bid to deter human traffickers.
The Australian government has bowed to pressure by taking the first step to end a controversial tax on women's sanitary products.
Prime minister says if Kiwi troops in Iraq were under increased threat he would act to protect them.
Al Shabaab gunmen killed around 25 Kenyan police, ambushing some officers in a village after others died when their vehicle hit a landmine.
A harsh life in southwest Zimbabwe has been made even more difficult by the worst regional drought in a decade.
The old and the young joined forces in Poland to hand a surprising victory to conservative populist Andrzej Duda.
A waterspout which landed on a beach in Florida uprooted a jumping castle with children still inside.