Latest Bulletin: 5 pm Sunday 30 August
The Al Jazeera Network says it is shocked an Egyptian court has again found three of its journalists guilty of broadcasting "false news".
The Warriors face the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Stadium, this afternoon. Follow LIVE commentary of the action here.
New Orleans is marking the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, paying tribute to its victims and to the southern US city's resilience in the face of disaster.
Simon Morris reviews boxing tale Southpaw; Vacation - a remake of the old 80s comedy; and She's Funny That Way, a tribute to the classic comedies of the forties.
Amnesty International is calling for New Zealand to double its refugee quota to help deal with the international humanitarian crisis.
The Government is about to begin selling up to 2000 state houses to social housing providers, with homes in Tauranga and Invercargill first on the block.
OPINION: The selection of the All Blacks backline for the World Cup is still prompting plenty of debate on the day of the squad naming. (COMMENTS)
Tens of thousands of Malaysians are expected to protest for a second day in Kuala Lumpur, calling for PM Najib Razak to quit over a financial scandal.
Two Indonesian army officers have been arrested for allegedly killing two men and injuring two others in Papua region.
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Te Rūnanganui o Ngāti Porou and the Gisborne District Council have agreed in principle to jointly manage natural resources in the region.
Farmers at Lake Coleridge in inland Canterbury are planning to fight fires on their own, after six volunteer firefighters quit the local force this week.
There is growing public disenchantment with politics, but how much of it is due to the cynical way politics is conducted now, wonders Brent Edwards in Power Play . (COMMENTS)