Latest news Danish inventor abused Kim Wall with tools before killing her on submarine 2018-01-24T01:46:52.000000000+11:00 Danish inventor Peter Madsen tied up and abused Swedish journalist Kim Wall with tools before murdering her on board his home-built submarine, according to the indictment published on Tuesday. Margot Robbie nominated for Academy Award for best actress 2018-01-24T00:52:05.000000000+11:00 Margot Robbie is nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in I, Tonya. 'Dead' Trans-Pacific Partnership to be resurrected 2018-01-24T00:26:20.000000000+11:00 Australia and 10 other nations signal they will sign a revised Trans-Pacific Partnership later this year, in an agreement Trade Minister Steve Ciobo says will drive Australian exports and create new jobs. Injured Nadal retires in fifth set of quarter-final against Cilic 2018-01-23T23:07:55.000000000+11:00 World number one Rafael Nadal is out of the Australian Open, as a hip injury forces his retirement in the fifth set of his quarter-final against Marin Cilic. Earthquake shakes Indonesia leaving dozens injured 2018-01-23T22:24:50.000000000+11:00 Homes and buildings collapse and dozens of people are injured when a magnitude-6.1 earthquake hits Indonesia. Tsunami warning cancelled after magnitude-7.9 earthquake off Alaska 2018-01-23T21:54:51.000000000+11:00 Tsunami warnings are cancelled after a magnitude-7.9 earthquake hit the Gulf of Alaska in the early hours of Tuesday. Knifed pelican evades rescue on WA's south coast 2018-01-23T21:11:36.000000000+11:00 A bird is seen swimming, flying and eating with a large knife through its breast, but authorities and members of the public have so far been unable to capture it. Father of South African jazz Hugh Masekela dies at 78 2018-01-23T21:09:29.000000000+11:00 Trumpeter and singer Hugh Masekela, known as the "father of South African jazz" who used his music in the fight against apartheid, dies at 78. Remaining part of Dead Sea Scrolls finally deciphered 2018-01-23T20:21:24.000000000+11:00 A decades-old mystery has been deciphered in one of the last remaining parts of the 900 Dead Sea Scrolls that date back to at least the 4th century BC. Murdoch's $18bn takeover of Sky not in public interest: UK regulator 2018-01-23T19:36:44.000000000+11:00 The planned takeover of Sky by Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox is not in the public interest because it would give the media mogul too much influence, Britain's competition regulator says.