Two Australian Channel 7 presenters learnt the hard way that the cameras are always rolling, and the microphones always recording, when their frank exchange before a news report was leaked.
An Australian marine biologist created an unforgettable bond with a mother octopus after finding her washed up on the beach trying to protect her eggs.
According to The Global Drug Survey’s 2021 report, people on average get drunk 14,6 times a year.
An alleged motorbike thief led police on a wild goose chase through fields and over train tracks while riding a farm tractor.
A three-metre diamond python was spotted at a Woolworths in Sydney a few days back. Thankfully, the closest shopper also happened to be a volunteer snake catcher.
Police pitched up to a small beach in Sydney in a helicopter to warn beachgoers that they had to skedaddle out of there or face the consequences.
A new study suggests that a global societal collapse is very likely “within a few decades”, but there are a few countries that could keep civilisation afloat.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a huge shake-up in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual ranking of most liveable cities.
A plague of mice is the latest threat to homes and farms in rural New South Wales, and there’s very little that can be done to stop the numbers from growing.
Two special moments from Australia and South Africa capture how full of life our oceans are, with rays, dolphins, and whales.
Australian dance troupe 101 Doll Squadron, which was hired by the Royal Australian Navy to perform at an event, are at the centre of a ‘twerking’ controversy.
It’s never a good thing to have your event compared to the infamous Fyre Fest, and this time it seems rather warranted.
Unable to afford a flight back home from Melbourne to Cardiff, 19-year-old Brian Robson resorted to rather desperate measures.
As large swathes of New South Wales is hit with torrential flooding, spiders and snakes are battling to beat the rising waters.
Facebook users based in Australia are not able to link to news articles from either Australian or international news sites, with troves of content taken down.
Drive around with a dashcam for long enough and you’re bound to catch something crazy happening. These have the added bonus of that special Ozzie twang.
After two years of unsubstantiated reports that soldiers had been using the prosthetic leg of an Afghani soldier to drink beer, there’s proof.
After he was robbed, a dealer with a house full of meth called the police to report the theft of his meth. It’s all rather confusing.
Australia has battened down the hatches, with firm restrictions on international travel.
If you’re after a Business and Innovation Visa, or an Investment Visa, you better have some serious funds stashed away.
Public opinion is divided over a video of a pregnant woman, arrested in Australia, for promoting an anti-lockdown protest online.
Gold prospectors in Australia did a bit of digging on ‘virgin ground’, got lucky, and cashed in big time.
Some residents of Victoria, calling themselves “sovereign citizens”, are refusing to co-operate with police checks, which in some cases has led to violent showdowns with law enforcement.
The divorced couple fighting over their daughter’s tattoo cleary haven’t taken into account that it’s permanent, no matter what the courts say.
It’s generally a bad idea to sleep with guests at the hotel where you work, and even more so when those guests are in quarantine.
Teens spearfishing off the coast of New South Wales captured a video of a close encounter with a shark.
If you’ve ever tried to reseed your lawn, you’ll understand this bloke’s frustration at having it trampled.