The worst fears of the MH17 families and friends were realised last night when Dutch authorities revealed that there were only 200 bodies on the refrigerated train that pulled into this northern city on Tuesday – leaving almost 100 unaccounted for.
Suspended Essendon coach James Hird is back in Melbourne, and he is keen to return to his club, pending a discussion with fill-in coach Mark ‘Bomber’ Thompson.
A man raised in a squat built on a river bank has been elected to be Indonesia’s next president.
Before the Tour de France entered the Pyrenees on Tuesday for the first of three stages in the mountain range bordering Spain, Michael Rogers said: “I’m not a big fan of riding 230km into a headwind with a couple of guys. It doesn’t make any sense to me.”
He'd successfully swiped a couple of iPads when his daring escape faltered.
A train carrying bodies and black boxes from a shot-down Malaysia Airlines flight arrived in this eastern Ukrainian city on Tuesday morning, but the remains of nearly a third of the people aboard the plane were missing, a Dutch forensics expert said.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has dismissed a Productivity Commission suggestion that funds be redirected away from his signature paid parental leave scheme and into childcare services, arguing the two are ''very separate issues''.
A powerful right-wing union has had its formal influence in the Labor Party slashed after it was caught grossly inflating its membership numbers
OLDER and wiser since his Olympic Games swimming debut in London in 2012, Bradbury's Daniel Tranter is ready ...
THE Hume Highway was closed late into Monday night as police investigated a fatal truck crash near Ingleburn.
STATISTICALLY, one woman dies every week in Australia as a result of domestic violence.