Over the weekend, you may have heard audio of what appeared to be the final shots being fired in World War I. However it was not a prized recording of the Great War's final exchanges and instead a skilful recreation.
A robot that can do your makeup for you, a ping-pong playing machine, and a futuristic restaurant with robots wishing you bon appetite were among a smorgasbord of technology on display at a giant international import fair in China.
The Social Services Minister has indicated a short-term lifeline may be thrown to a charity that provides 67 million meals for hungry Australians each year after Government moves to split food charity funding between three agencies.
The WA Government says it plans to introduce legislation later next year to legalise voluntary assisted dying for the terminally ill, one year after Victoria became the first Australian state to vote in favour of it.
With hearses standing by, crews search for bodies in the smoking ruins of Paradise and relatives desperately look for missing loved ones, as wildfires rage at both ends of California and the death toll rises to 31.
Sisto Malaspina's family accepts the offer of a state funeral and pays tribute to his "larger-than-life character", as Melburnians propose ways to honour the life of the Pellegrini's co-owner, such as by naming a laneway after him.
Queensland police say they are seeking information about Constance Watcho's last known relationship after the mother of ten's remains were found in a bag at Kangaroo Point cliffs near the Brisbane River in September.
The Thousand Oaks Teen Centre was the place many relatives rushed to in the early hours of Thursday to find out if their loved ones had survived the shooting. Now, it's a temporary shelter for traumatised people who may have lost everything except family photos in the fires.
The Prime Minister says mental health problems should not be blamed for Friday's Bourke Street terror attack in Melbourne, instead saying home-grown Islamic radicalisation was behind the deadly actions of the "terrorist".
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau becomes the first Western leader to acknowledge his country has received the recordings of the killing of Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last month.
Like the hangover from a Contiki tour, US President Donald Trump has again emerged drained from transatlantic travel, with his trip bookended by a tweet war and bone-crushing handshake from Emmanuel Macron, writes Conor Duffy.
Former ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie and former chair Justin Milne speak exclusively to Four Corners, detailing the months leading up to the bitter breakdown at the top level of the national broadcaster.