At least six people are injured when a car mounts a pavement in Newcastle in England's north where people were reportedly celebrating the end of Ramadan, police say, but authorities do not believe the incident is terror-related.
New South Wales senator Lee Rhiannon could be censured or even expelled from the Greens party room in coming days, after accusations she breached party rules by deciding she would campaign and vote against the Government's Gonski 2.0 legislation without telling her colleagues.
A silver-medallist Paralympian wins the women's title at the Australian Adaptive Surfing competition, just 24 hours after she tried surfing for the first time.
An oil tanker flips over and catches fire on a highway in Pakistan after a person tries to light a cigarette nearby, killing at least 148 local residents who had rushed to collect leaking fuel.
Some Tasmanian environmentalists spent their Saturday night perched in some of the state's best-known tree tops, braving sub-zero temperatures to join a global campaign to raise funds and awareness for threatened rainforests.
Danish architects are been chosen to build the long-awaited $250 million revamp of the Sydney Fish Market, which the Premier says will be paid for by selling the current site to apartment developers.