Trump impeachment trial underway in Senate
Proceedings are underway in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in the US Senate.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced several key appointments, including a new first deputy prime minister, amid a sweeping government shake-up.
China has been urged by Washington to join three-way nuclear arms talks alongside Russia and the United States.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have issued a legal warning after photos of Prince Harry’s wife Meghan walking in Canada were published by newspapers.
Prince William has hosted a wildlife taskforce meeting in London while his brother Prince Harry flew off to Canada to be with wife Meghan.
A defiant North Korea says it no longer feels obliged to be unilaterally bound to halt nuclear testing after the US ignored its year-end deadline for talks.
Donald Trump has spoken at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland and says trade deals with China and Mexico represent a model for the 21st Century.
Iran says its armed forces fired two Russian anti-aircraft missiles at a Ukrainian jetliner, but has stopped short of blaming the missile system itself.
The former chief of global police coordination agency Interpol has been jailed for almost 14 years in China over graft charges.
Anti-government unrest has resumed in Iraq with four protesters and two police officers killed in clashes.
A trial to decide whether a senior Huawei official can be extradited to the US has opened in Vancouver, straining relations between Ottawa and Beijing.
The legacy of Donald Trump’s presidency and the system of checks and balances in the US are at stake as his impeachment trial opens in Washington DC.
Vladimir Putin wants to remove the word “consecutive” in the Russian constitution’s stipulation that a president cannot serve “more than two consecutive terms.
The Northern Ireland Assembly has withheld consent for the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, the UK government also losing a key Brexit vote in the House of Lord’s.
A 33-year-old Shepparton man has been identified as the victim of Monday’s fatal collision in Arcadia. The man, originally from NSW, was involved in the collision at the intersection of Euroa-Shepparton Rd and Karramomus Rd about 11 am...
A driver has died following a collision with a truck in Arcadia this morning.
Fire units from Moama and Echuca have extinguished a fire in Moama’s industrial estate this morning. It is believed the Eddy St fire might have been started by someone burning off in the vicinity.