A lonely young man has found tens of thousands of new friends online, through his quirky taste in fashion. Jackie Quist reports.
Aussie Guy Sebastian performed admirably, finished fifth at Eurovision behind winners Sweden. Hugh Whitfeld reports.
We're waiting to learn if our very own Guy Sebastian has what it takes to win the Eurovision Song Contest.
Wet weather couldn't dull the shine of Vivid Festival's opening night, as crowds filled the streets to see iconic landmarks transformed by colourful projections. Chloe-Amanda Bailey reports.
Australia's first Auskick program is having great success helping children with Autism who are struggling to connect with the world around them. Nick McCallum reports.
A devastated family has farewelled toddler Roman who died in a house fire on his second birthday. Eammon Atkinson reports.
Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews has stood down a government minister who's facing serious allegations of bullying and intimidation. Cameron Baud reports.
Labor has vowed to target the rich when it comes to superannuation, but exclusive figures given to 7News show the plan would hurt average earners too. Mark Riley reports.
The skies have cleared for the launch of Sydney's Vivid Festival, but for a while it looked like the light show would have to compete with lightning. Angie Asimus reports.
FIRST ON 7: Hundreds of sub-contractors, their employees, and their families are facing financial disaster after a Sydney building firm went broke, owing more than $10 million. Chris Reason reports.