The 19 years-old Hollywood singer Justin Bieber continues to soar high as he released a new album entitled "Alone" this week.
Microbes fossils over 3.5 billion years old have been discovered among the rocks in Australia.
Eminem fans in Australia are in for a treat as the self-proclaimed "Rap God" will kick off a tour in the country early next year. Plus, he's bringing rap sensations Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole along with him.
Firefighters are struggling to contain spring wildfires that are ravaging New South Wales, Australia.
When many people hear of "snakes on a plane," they think of the 2006 action thriller film starring Samuel L. Jackson. However, the movie-like scenario became a frightening reality when a snake was found aboard a Japan-bound Qantas flight in Sydney, Australian.
Brazil will take on Australia in the team's second match since winning the FIFA Confederations Cup.
Saints Row 4 might not be heading to Australia, that is, unless some major changes to the game are made. The upcoming title from Volition and Deep Silver has been refused classification in Australia, becoming the first game to have been banned since the country enacted the new Guidelines for the Classification of Computer Games on January 1, 2013.
El Salvador will look to salvage its U-20 World Cup hopes when it takes on Australia in the second group stage match on Tuesday.
Colombia will look to take down Australia when the two sides face off in their first match of the FIFA Under-20 World Cup.
Australia will look to book its berth to Brazil next summer when it takes on Iraq in the World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday.
Japan will look to book a passage to the 2014 World Cup when it takes on a struggling Australia side.
Pink slugs 20 centimeters long have been photographed in one location in Australia.
A nurse in Australia has admitted to murdering 11 elderly people at a nursing home in Sydney.
An Australian man was successfully revived after being proclaimed clinically dead for 40 minutes.
While humans can be blamed for some past extinctions, it seems that we're actually innocent when it comes to Australia. A new study concludes that climate change, not humans, was the reason behind the extinction of gigantic animals in Sahul.