Magazine hails the head of the Catholic Church as a new voice of global conscience since taking office in March.
Racing results for Wednesday, December 11
Opposition leader Bill Shorten accepted an upgrade to business class for his family when they went on holidays to Bali last month, one of seven upgrades he, his wife and family have received since September from airlines.
Are Liberal pollsters Mark Textor and Lynton Crosby a pair of hypocrites? That is the question for the Federal Court.
Three boys in year 8, aged 14, have agreed to leave the elite Cranbrook School after a sexual incident involving a 14-year-old girl at ''a gathering'' in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
Homosexual sex is illegal, and punishable by life in prison, India’s highest court has ruled.
The little penguins who call the St Kilda breakwater home love their anchovies. The oily fish is their meal of choice, accounting for up to 78 per cent of their diet.
A jury has found champion harness racing driver Greg Bennett not guilty of bribing a corrupt steward, who the defence cast as a silver-suit-wearing mudslinger who told a "big fat lie" to shift blame from himself and possibly other crooked industry players.
Health and consumer groups say the Australian Food and Grocery Council has been doing back-room deals with the government to thwart a labelling system that would show how healthy a type of food is using a star rating system.