Steve and James, the biological parents of a three-week-old boy, say 20 Australian couples they know who are holed up in Bangkok hotels are having issues with their babies because they are so distressed.
Former English cricketer has seen the funny side of a tweet gone viral, thanking the person who tweeted an explicit picture from his account.
A young Kempsey couple is among dozens of Australian families caught up in the controversy over Thailand’s commercial surrogacy laws.
Barack Obama took time out from his holiday to address the nation on two complex and violent crises – one in Iraq, one in Ferguson, in the suburbs of St Louis, Missouri, a town has looked much like an occupied territory since a white cop shot a young black man dead at lunchtime last Saturday.
Defence, intelligence and border security co-operation will resume with Indonesia when a joint understanding of a code of conduct between the nations is signed off, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has announced.
Briefly, the world’s dullest game of hide and seek became the world’s most compelling news event.
The UK government has poured cold water on Julian Assange’s hopes he will soon be able to leave the Ecuador embassy behind Harrods where he has spent the last two years.
Jaycee Chan, the son of kung fu mega-star Jackie Chan, has been arrested in Beijing on drug-related charges amid an anti-drug crackdown that has already netted thousands - including several celebrity scalps - in mainland China.
Global sea-surface temperatures in July tied with 2009 as the warmest on record for that month, keeping the world on track for one of its hottest years, according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.