- Cyclone Debbie on track to be category four by landfall
Tropical Cyclone Debbie remains on track to be a severe category four cyclone when it crosses the north Queensland coast on Tuesday, with authorities preparing despite the exact location of landfall remaining difficult to predict.
- US-led coalition bombed area of Mosul where dozens of civilians killed
The US military confirms coalition aircraft bombed a location in the Iraqi city of Mosul, resulting in what could be the highest civilian death toll from a single air strike in more than 15 years.
- Brave Brisbane kids honoured for fighting off murderous stepfather
Cameron and Jayden Caulfield and their two siblings will be handed Australian Bravery Awards for disarming their drunken stepfather after he shot their mother and tried to strangle her.
- How much power are you using? This device can tell you
Imagine if you could see how much energy every device in your home was using in real time. That's the idea behind new technology developers say could dramatically cut power bills.
- Sydney professor detained in China
A UTS professor and critic of growing Chinese government influence in Australia is prevented from boarding a flight to return home to Sydney, and the ABC understands he has been told he is not allowed to leave China.
- Victorian youth detention riots could see department prosecuted
The state's Department of Health and Human Services could be prosecuted and fined over its management of youth justice centres, as two inmates attempt to break out of Malmsbury.
- The lure of photographing abandoned places
"Ominous". "Creepy". "Beautiful". "Serene". What becomes of a building when all of its people are gone?
- Will Canada's #WelcomeRefugees policy be a success?
A four-year study is beginning in Canada to assess the successes and failures under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's policy to welcome refugees from Syria.
- Turnbull involved in AOC stoush with Coates in the firing line
The Prime Minister places himself in the crosshairs of Australian sport's most bitter feud, with AOC boss John Coates under increasing pressure.
- Faltering Trump to dominate markets, APRA mulls tightening screws on investment loans
US markets closed the week in a reasonably forgiving mood after their rage against the Trump administration's failure on healthcare, with Wall Street slipping just a tad on Friday.
- Beatles' passenger cards, Harold Holt's briefcase headed for new NAA home
A massive logistical effort to move the historic collections of the National Archive of Australia to a new state-of-the-art facility in Canberra is almost complete — and the archives have saved the most precious objects until last.
- Australia's new spin nemesis Kuldeep cites Warne's influence
Debutant spinner Kuldeep Yadav says a meeting with Shane Warne helped inspire his brilliant day one performance against Australia in Dharamsala.
- Wife accepts bravery award on behalf of husband killed saving her from ice-crazed robber
A Victorian jeweller who was murdered by a man high on ice, during a botched robbery, is posthumously awarded one of Australia's highest bravery accolades.
- WA Labor misses out on upper house working majority
The remaining votes in the WA election are counted, with Labor narrowly missing out on a working majority in the Legislative Council by one seat.
- Roughead goal lights up MCG on a night of comebacks
Dyson Heppell, the Bombers, Jarryd Roughead — there were any number of comebacks to watch and enjoy at the MCG.
- Crows scoop first AFLW premiership, winning GF by just one goal
An Erin Phillips-led Adelaide Crows storm to the first AFL Women's premiership, edging Brisbane by a goal in the grand final at Carrara Stadium.
- Fossicker finds a football-sized mortar near Alice Springs, takes it home
An Alice Springs fossicker finds an old military mortar and takes it home to his "unimpressed wife", before police have to set up a perimeter outside his house and call in the army.