The Australian crew of the Sea Shepherd have come to the rescue of a illegal fishing vessel sinking off the coast of West Africa.
Jewel Topsfield The anxious wait for the Bali nine pair will be over on Monday afternoon when the Administrative Court will announce whether it will hear the final legal challenge standing between the two men and the firing squad.
John Garnaut The gang of plain-clothed Guangzhou city police arrived at Matthew Ng's apartment with a show of force in the evening, when they knew his family would be watching.
Tammy Mills Police investigating the Melbourne man accused of live-streaming the abuse of children from the Philippines for a network of paedophiles across the globe are in a race against time to identify more victims.
Nick Miller The UK is heading for what informed commentators are calling the most unpredictable general election in decades.
Lindsay Murdoch Concern is growing that Myanmar’s military will postpone upcoming elections that are seen as pivotal to impoverished country’s opening and reforms that the United States, Australia and other Western countries praised in 2012.
Rick Feneley Out-of-court settlement prevents human rights group EarthRights International filing a lawsuit against Barrick Gold in the United States.
A week in photos from award winning Fairfax photographers, for the week ending April 4, 2015.
Su-Lin Tan A real life castaway has been found alive after surviving more than two months in the Atlantic Ocean on a capsized yacht.
Nick O’Malley Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has told US President Barack Obama that the agreed framework to curb Iran's nuclear weapons program threatens Israel's existence.