The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says it is making "urgent enquiries" to determine if any Australians have been affected.
Beau Donelly Hundreds of Australian holidaymakers stranded in Bali after Tigerair was forced to cancel flights to and from the tourist island will be flown home on Tuesday.
Jewel Topsfield and Karuni Rompies As the number of reports against him grows, police insist that "the state cannot be pressured" in its dealings with firebrand cleric Habib Rizieq.
Peter Hannam Head of international energy body says policies are important, but the economic facts "are stubborn".
Lindsay Murdoch Philippines President orders his security forces to bomb kidnap-for-ransom groups operating in the country's southern islands, even if hostages are killed.
Daniel Flitton The Russian hacking story is a rare public display of how spies seek to navigate the realm of knowns and unknowns.
The former MI6 agent who compiled the dossier on US president-elect Donald Trump reportedly felt "duty bound" to share the intelligence he had uncovered.
Goya Dmytryshchak A pilot has died after a fighter jet crashed at a children's air show in Thailand on Saturday.
Andrew Hammond The fact is that unusually high political turbulence has actually been a feature of politics for much of the last decade.
Nick Miller "I don't think you can really exaggerate how bad things are here because almost every day it gets worse."
Crowds flocked to the Tuncurry Races and we were there to capture the action.
The Head2Head Surf Race at Black Head beach
Stunning results from the second week of our Summer Photo Challenge on the topic: Water.
Today's Fairfax front pages from across the nation.
Faced with blistering heat and the comp's front runners, Great Lakes' cricketers took on the challenge and won.
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