BBC News - Australia
Ashleigh Barty and Sam Stosur win a deciding doubles game against Belarus to send Australia into their first Fed Cup final since 1993.
Australia's most senior lawyer says Fr Denis "Chrysostom" Alexander should be extradited to Scotland to stand trial.
David Warner is back, there is confidence with the bat and the team have two in-form spinners - will Australia win the World Cup? Adam Collins analyses their chances.
An Irish family is trying to track down an 11-year-old who wrote to Irish actor Jimmy O'Dea in 1959.
From skateboarding to spying suspicions - why Ecuador said it was time to end Julian Assange's asylum.
Hywel Griffith explains what's at stake for the main parties in the country's first election for almost three years.
The nation will head to the polls on 18 May in a fierce test for recently installed PM Scott Morrison.
Cate Faehrmann made the possibly world-first political disclosure amid a heated debate in Australia.
Wiebe Wakker travelled across 33 countries over almost three years to make a point about climate change.