Pretoria: The prosecution of star athlete Oscar Pistorius for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp is not just a legal battle being fought inside Pretoria’s High Court.
Former Age journalist Alan Morison learns that a scheduled meeting with a public prosecutor - the first official step in an unprecedented defamation lawsuit brought by the Royal Thai Navy - has been delayed until April.
Pretoria: Senior Seven Network journalist Chris Reason and cameraman Rob Brown feel lucky to have escaped without injury after being robbed at knife point on the streets of South Africa this week.
If you only watched 24-hour news channel Metro TV, you might believe Schapelle Corby was one of the biggest stories of the week in Indonesia.
* The Ukrainian winter Paralympic team have staged a protest at their welcoming ceremony in Sochi over Russia's intervention in Crimea. The team of 31 people walked out of Thursday evening's formal event at the athletes' village before it had finished, chanting in unison as they went, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) said.
Senator Mitch McConnell strode onto the stage at America’s largest conservative political conference holding a rifle high above his head, and the room exploded with joy.
Two Australian journalists are being deported from Indonesia for covering the Schapelle Corby case while on tourist visas.
After more than a week building a picture of herself as an honest journalist, Rebekah Brooks has been facing the prosecution in the phone hacking trial.
From harassing Filipino fishing boats and monitoring oil exploration off Vietnam to playing cat-and-mouse with the Japanese coastguard, China's expanding fleet of civilian patrol vessels have become the enforcers in disputed Asian waters.
One of the first people to see Oscar Pistorius after he shot his girlfriend has told of seeing the athlete on his knees beside the fatally wounded body of Reeva Steenkamp, saying “I shot her. I thought she was a burglar and I shot her.”