Iconic music sensation ABBA officially motivated their fans into a frenzy earlier this morning. After a 38-year hiatus, the band launched their new album, Voyage leading with singles “I Still Have Faith In You” and “Don’t Shut Me Down” via a series of spectacular global moments featuring Sydney, in keeping with their unprecedented popularity and legendary status. Continue reading
Australia seizes record 1.4 tonne of cocaine worth A$312 million ($239.5 million) from an Australia-bound yacht.
Thousands marched through London against U.S. President Donald Trump, joining a worldwide movement from Sydney to Washington. A protest was also held in Edinburgh.
UK Sport hails the impact of lottery funding on Team GB’s success at the Rio Olympics, as Britain celebrates its most successful Games ever on foreign soil.
Pokemon GO Master Nick Johnson is hoping the game will go on even after capturing all the Pokemons.
Australia defends its hardline immigration policy after two asylum-seeker deaths, weeks of protests and several medical evacuations from Nauru.
Rock band AC/DC halts 10 tour dates because lead singer risks hearing loss. Holly Rubenstein reports.
Some 2,000 climate change events take place in cities across the globe on the eve of the Paris climate talks, making this the biggest ever day of climate action in history. Mana Rabiee reports. Continue reading
Australia is altering its drug laws to allow for the cultivation of marijuana for medicinal and scientific purposes, removing a major hurdle to the establishment of clinical trials of the drug.
Australian rugby fans express their delight at a ‘payback’ win as the Wallabies knock England out of the Rugby World Cup.