SOME OF UBER'S RECENT LEGAL BATTLES:UNITED KINGDOMIn 2017, Transport for London removed Uber's licence in the capital, citing failings in its approach to reporting serious criminal offences and to background checks on drivers.
Shopping frenzy is around the corner as Christmas holidays get closer, and Black Friday is expected to kick off an estimated increase in retail sales of almost $53 billion.
The people of Hong Kong have said in no uncertain terms that they want change.
Nigel Richards won the Mattel World Scrabble Championship for the second year running after a 140-point score helped him across the finish line.
The bail justice who freed the Bourke Street killer days before the massacre says police failed to provide his extensive criminal history and weren't making a "big song and dance" about the danger he posed.
Scott Morrison has committed half a billion dollars towards fixing problems in aged care, weeks after a royal commission investigating the scandal-prone sector released a damning interim report.
The mother of two little girls who died in a hot car parked outside their home is the first person to be charged under Queensland's new definition of murder.
A bag filled with human poo has been thrown at a Melbourne bus driver before exploding over his face, hitting his eye and splattering across his driver's seat.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison is standing firm against calls to debate rising emissions, climate change and their links to bushfires.
World wide web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee has warned of a "digital dystopia" as he launches a global action plan aimed at tackling misuse of the web.