Time stood still for one second at 10am while the world's clocks were reset. They've been adjusted to bring them back in line with the speed of the Earth's rotation.
As the financial crisis unfolds, Australia's Greek community is expecting an influx of family members who want to move Down Under. Chris Reason reports.
Paul jumped into the water to save his girlfriend Kristen, after she slipped and fell from the balcony of an ocean liner. Samantha Brett reports.
Some Greeks still hold out hope that their country will not default on its $2 billion debt re-payment due later today. Hugh Whitfeld reports.
FIRST ON 7: Police are investigating the gangland shooting of a recently married personal trainer. He was shot dead at a children's playground in broad daylight. Matthew Snelson reports.
Transport workers are warning of increasing danger on our roads as truck drivers race to meet transport deadlines and some operators cut corners. Jessica Dietrich reports.
A new exhibition has opened to celebrate the many faces of style icon Audrey Hepburn.
A orphaned baby tree kangaroo has been raised by surrogate wallaby for the first time.
Inmates at the Ravenhall prison have launched a mass riot, sparked by outrage over smoking bans.
There was long overdue recognition in Canberra for a group of men who were told they had to go and fight for their country.