People and Places
Playing with snakes was a dangerous business for Ram Chandra, who made it his career.
DEMOLITION of historic sand miner’s home in Byron Bay has been put on hold.
A Queensland digger still hears the sound of gunfire and death as if it was yesterday, almost 50 years on from the most brutal fire fight in South Vietnam.
An Australian retailer has continued to sell an “offensive” costume ahead of Halloween despite calls for it to be pulled from the site.
People and Places
Most of his collection is entered in the local and state heritage registers for the architectural significance
Firefighters were forced to battle a bushfire late Thursday night near Sydney’s historic Quarantine Station on North Head at Manly
The historic Queen Victoria statue which stands outside Sydney CBD’s Queen Victoria Building, has been spray painted with the words “vape don’t rape”.
A major new renovation is just the latest chapter in the amazing 110-year history of a pub that began when one woman had a vision for something big.
Erika Kaegi has spent the past 60 years building up a shrine in Cairns to the King of Rock and Roll. Now, she’s putting it all up for sale for a steal.
Australia was in WWII from the beginning and within hours had fired its first shot – albeit at its own ship. Read part three of Warren Brown’s gripping series.
Many Australian politicians were slow to see the evil Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini, with even the pacifist-leaning PM temporarily sucked in.
IT’S one of Australia’s most historically significant vessels, but until now there has been no real plan to preserve it.
When John Ibbotson decided to photograph every lighthouse in Australia, he didn't realise it would spark a life-long love for these historic structures.
A woman in NSW’s west has been reunited with her mother’s World War II diary after it was found on the floor of a supermarket.
Archaeologists have made a gobsmacking discovery around the mysterious Stonehenge site that dates back thousands of years.
Morrison’s claim there was no slavery in Australia’s history is a “slight” to the South Sea islanders and Melanesians that built the North Qld’s sugar industry.
Crocodiles are some of the oldest animals on the Earth, and scientists have discovered one of their early ancestors was even closer to a dinosaur.
As the opium boom transformed Victoria’s colonial goldfields into a ramshackle maze of smoke-filled dens, hatred began to grow for the foreign drug
A 2.5m tall kangaroo weighing almost 300kg and a 7m crocodile have been discovered along with 16 other massive Australian animals.
Lisa Wilkinson says an eye-opening journey into her family history has strengthened her admiration for the women before her.