The shy country boy fooled no one with his impersonation of a bloodthirsty baddie
'I've been accused of using a false and misleading name of which I find very offensive'
Up to 2,500 US Marines train there as part of increasing American defence resources in the Asia-Pacific region
The Daily Telegraph in Sydney used the 'see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil' illustration on its front page
Melbourne moves to a different beat, nowhere more than St Jerome's, a hotel atop a retail centre, says James Litston
Sala Silver Mine, Vastmanland
The group of boys were told they were being ejected from the Melbourne store because they 'might steal something'
Susan Carland says she now 'barely bats an eyelid' when receiving hate-messages
Disability Rights UK said 'we live in a culture of suspicion towards people whose disability is not immediately obvious'
The North Korean delegation said Australia had to do more to 'cease the maltreatment of and violence against the refugees'
Fremantle was Western Australia's major port, until its neighbour took over – but now it's back in the game, says David Whitley
Another man, believed to be a friend of the victim and also riding the trolley, was seriously hurt in the accident
Chris Dodd's pelvis and spine were broken in several places when he was pinned under a car
Police seized more than 650 plants, beleived to have a street value of2.2 million Australian dollars
After years of negotiations, the man's bones have been handed back to Aboriginal tribal groups, to be returned to their original burial place
A paramedic said asking patients what their last meal was is a 'much safer' option