AU EDITION | Monday, January 26, 2015 As of 9:24 PM AEST
The Australian Dollar remains resilient on the back of the Swiss Central Bank's currency announcement to abandon its floor.
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A radical group in Australia is calling for an army to establish an "Islamic Caliphate" ruled by Sharia Law. The group has encouraged its audience of more than 200 in a public rally to join the said army.
The Duchess of Cambridge reportedly has barely visible baby bump because of her height and she chooses clothes with a "lot of material."
A man in New Zealand was able to walk calmly inside a petrol station and ask for help after he was assaulted and hit on the head with a steel rod.
A U.S couple was arrested in Florida after a two-week multistate hunt.
Kiwi Tony de Malmanche is facing the death penalty in Indonesia, but his defence team will argue that he was a victim of trafficking.
New Zealand's Auckland was named one of the major cities with the most unaffordable housing prices in a recent annual report.
Asylum seekers in Manus Island have requested to have their organs removed and donated to Australians when they die in the ongoing protests.
The U.S. and U.K. leaders have agreed to maintain the sanctions on Russia unless Moscow decides to back off in the Ukraine conflict.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge was recently spotted looking tired during her shopping trip in London on Jan 12.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has criticised Pope Francis for saying there are limits to freedom of speech and it was normal for others who are offended to "wreak vengeance."