After years of protest, the University of Melbourne has removed the name of a controversial figure.
Wajiha Arooj wins a 17-year legal battle over reputational damage she says had a huge effect on her life.
Mothers who make movies say the answer to increasing the number of women in the film industry is simple: Hollywood needs childcare on-set
The couple who lost each other after India's partition only to reunite as refugees queuing for food.
It is unclear why the Chinese-born Australian resident cannot leave Guangzhou, his university says.
Virtual reality tours of WW1 battlefields offer students a different type of history lesson.
Five hundred people have come from Turkey to Chios, Greece, in the past two weeks alone.
Is Google's position as the world's leading search engine now unassailable?
Single mothers have often been stigmatised and denounced. Cherry Healey explains why she's proud to be one.
Khalil Rafati beat his heroin and crack cocaine addiction and went on to become a health food millionaire.
Some studies suggest taking your pet to the office has its benefits.
Photographs of the young girls banned from attending school
Thousands of videos on YouTube look like versions of popular cartoons but contain disturbing and inappropriate content not suitable for children.
Tens of thousands called for an end to the two-year conflict that has left thousands dead.
Rio Ferdinand opens up about how hard it has been to cope with his wife's death.
They say the Pinochet-era privatised pension system is unfair and punishes poorer Chileans.
US-backed forces storm Tabqa airport as they advance on Raqqa, the self-declared capital of IS.
Substitute Chris Martin scores a late winner as Scotland beat Slovenia to keep their slim World Cup qualifying hopes alive.
Northern Ireland stay in contention for a World Cup play-off as goals from Jamie Ward and Conor Washington secure victory over Norway.
Exit polls predict a win for the centre-right GERB party, with the rival Socialists admitting defeat.