- Trump says Women's March protesters should have voted
US President Donald Trump offers a scattershot response to the sweeping protests against his new administration, undermining the public opposition and then defending demonstrators' rights a short time later.
- Families mourn loved ones killed in Melbourne CBD attack
The names of two more of the five people killed in the car attack in Melbourne's CBD on Friday are released, with their families describing them as a young woman of "extravagant humour" and a devoted, loving husband and father.
- Victorian Premier mulls changes to bail laws in wake of Bourke St rampage
Daniel Andrews says it is his job to address the "anger and frustration" Victorians feel in the wake of the Melbourne car attack on Friday, but refuses to be drawn on how bail laws might be reformed.
- School ADHD study raises misdiagnosis fears, researchers say
Children who are younger than their school peers are "twice as likely" to be on medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder than their older classmates, a new study finds, raising concerns the younger children may have been misdiagnosed.
- Facial recognition, fingerprints to replace passports at airports
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection is seeking tenders for a self-processing system to be introduced at airports later this year.
- Israel looks to Trump for support of East Jerusalem settlement homes
Hundreds of new homes for Israeli settlers in East Jerusalem are approved, with an Israeli official saying the city's council has been "waiting" for US President Donald Trump to take office.
- Vandeweghe knocks out defending champ Kerber
World number one and defending Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber is bundled out of the tournament by unseeded American Coco Vandeweghe.
- Federer back to his best in Aus Open win over Nishikori
Roger Federer winds back the years to progress to the Australian Open quarter-finals after a hard-fought but imperious five-set win over Kei Nishikori.
- High Court takes rare step to hear witnesses in Bob Day case
It's a high stakes game for former Labor senator Anne McEwen, who is waiting not just to hear whether former Family First senator Bob Day was validly elected,, but also what orders the court will make about how the vacancy should be filled.
- One year after freak 'mini tornado', couple looks to rebuild dream home
On a windy night late last January, Jan and Geoff McKergow's house at Forbes Creek was torn to rubble in a freak storm described as a mini tornado. One year on, they are still putting the pieces of their dream home back together.
- Indigenous communities struggling with suicide get $10m funding boost
A community-based support service to prevent Indigenous suicides is getting a $10 million boost as the Government begins to roll it out across Australia.
- Australia wins ODI series after 86-run SCG win over Pakistan
Australia clinches the five-match ODI series against Pakistan with an 86-run win at the SCG thanks to a brutal first-innings total.
- Sailor to face storm as she leaves Albany in world-record attempt to circumnavigate Antarctica
Queensland sailor Lisa Blair sets off from Western Australia's south coast town of Albany to attempt a world record circumnavigating Antarctica.
- Bruce Springsteen talks Trump and touring, on first night of Australian jaunt
As "The Boss" Bruce Springsteen launches his latest Australian tour in Perth, he says his band will form part of the "resistance" against new US President Donald Trump.