Catalan President Carles Puigdemont says Madrid has effectively taken over his administration after Spanish police raided offices and arrested Catalan officials on Wednesday in the lead up to an illegal referendum on independence.
ANZ argues with economic growth and inflation on the rise, the RBA can't afford to keep real interest rates in negative territory.
Detectives door-knock residents of a township in the mid-north of South Australia as they ramp-up enquiries into the death of a man who's remains were found in his cousin's fireplace in 2013.
Steel-making baron Sanjeev Gupta and climate change expert Ross Garnaut sound like strange bedfellows. But the pair are behind a plan to run four [?] steel mills across Australia on renewable energy.
While Tasmania's north and north-east farming districts are experiencing almost unprecedented rainfall and lush spring pastures, in the state's south and east coast regions, it's one of the worst years for drought on record.
Russia unveils a statue of Mikhail Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47 assault rifle that became by some estimates the most lethal weapon ever made and the best known Russian brand abroad.