Police are investigating the mysterious theft from a Tasmanian cemetery of a tombstone belonging to a man who died more than 160 years ago.
As gangland figure Squizzy Taylor made (crime)waves in Melbourne, a host of Aussie conmen preferred to swindle and rob gullible Englishmen at the races.
The Mutijuli Aboriginal Community was granted freehold title to Ayers Rock and the Uluru National Park in the Northern Territory, on this day in 1985.
Two men and two women died after a float on a ride at Dreamworld flipped on this day in 2016, forcing the theme park’s closure.
80 years on from her mysterious disappearance, recent finding could finally reveal the fate of famed aviator and pioneer Amelia Earhart.
FOR the first time, an experimental vaccine prevents infection with the AIDS virus, a watershed event in the deadly epidemic on this day in 2009.
It’s the house that the President of the United States of America grew up in, but for some reason no-one wants to live in Donald Trump’s childhood home.
It was the job hundreds of young women fought for — but while the work seemed glamorous, there was a dark side that quickly turned deadly.
Exactly 251 years ago, explorer James Cook set off on a Pacific voyage that changed the world — but a critical error led to his undignified end.
A family Christmas DNA test and an incident dubbed the “worst embroyo-related tragedy in history” are highlighting flaws in the $2bn IVF industry.
People and Places
Those there during the explosion relived the horrific day in Ipswich's history
A mock lesbian wedding, a threesome and a bitten appendage: this is the scandalous life of King Charles II’s favourite mistress.
The Eastminister delivered hundreds of immigrants to Maryborough - plus the iconic bells that ring out at St Paul's Anglican Church.
Ground-penetrating radar has been brought in to try to solve the 83-year-old mystery of who is buried beneath the site of an old Queensland church.
Behind the legend of two pioneers of Australia are the dark stories of their house which held human ears and skulls as souvenirs. WARNING: Sensitive content
This Gold Coast cinema was once Queensland’s biggest and most state-of-the art movie theatre. This is the untold story of Mermaid Beach cinema’s rise and fall.
Sports often brings out the best in people and the 2006 Gold Coast Marathon was no exception. It saw an incredible moment of sportsmanship from Melbourne runner Andrew...
It’s been 20 years since Queensland’s first McDonald’s closed its doors for the last time. Back then some famous faces spent time behind the grill.
Rose Cleveland served as US First Lady for 14 months. Now, love letters she sent to another woman reveal their passionate, 30-year affair.
Actor Aaron Fa'Aoso hopes his Torres Strait documentary series inspires and stimulates.