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A multi-story ferry carrying 459 people, mostly high school students on an overnight trip to a tourist island, sank off South Korea's southern coast Wednesday, leaving nearly 300 people missing despite a frantic, hours-long rescue by ships and helicopters.
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The head of a water wreckage recovery firm says he believes searchers have essentially found the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 but are waiting for photographic proof before announcing it.
A leading Australian politician resigned Wednesday after admitting to a "massive memory fail" when he told a corruption inquiry he never received a bottle of wine worth Aus$3,000 .
WILLIAM and Kate were due to be greeted this afternoon by Premier Barry O'Farrell.
Research at the University of Adelaide has shed new light onto the possible causes of sudden infant death syndrome , which could help to prevent future loss of children's lives.
RESIDENTS in Adelaide's poorer areas have the lowest percentage of local park space among the nation's capitals, a study has found.
Melbourne's shopping-centre food courts have never been overly troubled by the notion of quality or fashion, yet the buzz over the opening of Emporium Melbourne on Wednesday is as much about the food as the footwear.
Australia has approved a $2.4 billion project to build a long-awaited second airport for Sydney, likely boosting near-term investment and jobs in a bet that the city's air travel demand will grow enough to justify a surge in terminal capacity.
Police have retrieved a body, believed to be of missing French tourist Aurelie Lhorme, from the base of a cliff on South Australia's far west coast.
Why do so many men visit sex workers? You only have to look at the ads in your local paper to realise there seems to be a great demand.
Dick Smith chief Nick Abboud said his deal to operate David Jones' electronics floor space was ''water tight'' and would not be affected by the proposed $2.15 billion takeover by Woolworths Holdings of the upmarket department store.
They'll see the beach, the bush, Uluru and Taronga Zoo but the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge - aka Prince William and Kate - are in for anything but an average tourist experience when they touch down in Sydney on Wednesday.
University members only had kind words to say about Provost and Executive Vice President Douglas Wartzok - knowledgeable, inspirational, tireless, a leader.
India has become a popular destination for families wanting to use a surrogate to have children.
Cyclone Ita rolled out into the Coral Sea on Monday, leaving thousands of homes without power and floods down Australia's Barrier Reef coast, officials said, as danger warnings were lifted.
Chief executive David Knox said the $18.5 billion his company has invested in Australian gas would not have occurred if gas exports had been restricted.