Kangaroo tendons could be used in human operations
Prominent Jewish leader turned away from a multiculturalism event
Woman accused of Forest Lodge murder will apply for bail
Melbourne loses ‘most liveable city’ crown – and comes second
PM ramps up pressure on Labor to support National Energy Guarantee
One man arrested after car crashes outside London parliament building
Youths attack police, set fire to cars across Sweden
The FBI is going through the voice recorder as investigations continue
Legendary singer Aretha Franklin, “The Queen of Soul,” is gravely ill
Church won’t invest in companies that don’t comply with Paris Agreement
Christians urged to remember persecuted brothers and sisters in prayer
Perth couple look to expand Victorian foster care service
Lucy Holmes is probably best known for never being lost for words
Archaeologist uses the Bible to try to find the true site of the Tabernacle
Stan Wawrinka and Victoria Azarenka give wildcard entry
Genia has played in just three wins in 20 Bledisloe matches since 2009.
Australian surfer Julian Wilson knocked out of second round Tahiti pro
The 26-year-old will link with the Bulldogs for next season
The big-hitting American fired a four-under-par 66
Miracles. Where? “It’s the funniest thing. It’s not the big churches. It’s the home groups, the small churches, the ones that don’t normally get a mention.” Darryl Stewart.
“Together, with the help of other Christians we haven’t met yet, we’ll end up learning and meeting and loving a lot of people.” David Alley, Outback Aviation Chaplaincy.
‘I really wanted to broaden people’s concept of how powerful their prayers are, and what incredible authority we have in the name of Jesus Christ.’ Author Yvonne Griese talks about God’s big picture thinking, and the inspirations behind her new novel.
Traditional marriage campaigner Lyle Shelton has his sights set on a seat in the Senate.
Tennis legend Margaret Court has turned her back on the Australian Open this year and will go crabbing instead.
Australia’s first legal same-sex marriages will go ahead in January after a marathon session of parliament passed laws.