If it wasn't for the fortunate timing of one cargo ship passing by, the 62-year-old might not have survived the ordeal.
Police have opened an investigation into the disappearance of a large wooden sculpture from a mountainside where it appeared without explanation years ago.
A new revelation sheds light on why the provocative image was created, as the Chinese embassy accuses Australia of overreacting.
An Australian TikTok video captures the moment a car ride turns into chaos when the passengers spot an unwanted hitchhiker.
Photos taken at a mall's food court have prompted the state's health authorities to crack down on restrictions.
The man has revealed his justification for his 'disgusting and dangerous' act.
One person advised the motorbike rider to buy a lottery ticket.
The 26-year-old's body had no visible signs of injury, with her mother convinced her daughter was murdered.
The border will finally open to all but one state from December 8.
The US president has lashed out after a 60 Minutes interview debunked his claims of a fraudulent election.
Renowned 'wolf warrior' artist Wuheqilin has warned he will create another image following the outrage his creation received in Australia.
A second mysterious monolith has appeared – this time in Europe – and authorities are investigating where it came from.
After widespread outrage, the nurse – who claimed she was not wearing a mask and letting her kids go on play dates – was stood down from her job.
The editor of one of Beijing's mouthpieces has lambasted Scott Morrison as 'ridiculously arrogant' over his calls for an apology over the shocking image.
Amethyst Killian, 22, was found dead just a day after she went missing while walking to the petrol station.
'Woolworths fail': A mother said the supermarket click and collect option left her with baby food several months passed the best before date,
The private moment in hospital was captured by a photographer in the new US coronavirus hotspot.
Police found the father-of-three inside the family home with the decomposing bodies of his wife and children.
He was caught exceeding the limit by more than 60km/h but you won't believe why he did it.
China's state media says it is "ridiculous" and "shameless" that Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has asked China to apologise over an offensive doctored tweet.