Cold case of woman who went missing 30 years ago reopened
Thirty years after Sharron Phillips went missing on May 8 1986, police have started excavating a site in Ipswich, outside Brisbane, after a public tip off.
Phillips was 20 when she disappeared close to midnight on Ipswich Road. Her body was never found but police discovered her shoes, purse and earring close to her abandoned car.
No charges were ever laid, but there is still a $250,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest.
Dior shows at Blenheim Palace
The latest in the spectacular resort shows is Dior, which showed overnight in the imposing Blenheim Palace, outside London.
The fashion house has history at Blenheim Palace, having showed their twice under Yves Saint Laurent in the 1950s.
A-listers from Kate Beckingsale and Elizabeth Olsen attended the show, which features layered prints with touches of English eccentricity.
To read more about the collection, stay tuned www.marieclaire.com.au
Woman's body recovered from Everest
The body of a Melbourne woman who died on Mt Everest has made its way back to Australia.
Maria Strydom, 34, died from altitude sickness. She was climbing with her husband Rob Gropel when she fell ill, and died in his arms on May 20.
Young Japanese boy still missing
A seven-year-old boy who was left on a mountain road on Saturday as punishment by his parents is still missing.
Heavy rain hampered Japanese rescuers as they searched for Yamato Tanooka in the area near Nanae-cho, Hokkaido, in the country's north.
The area is known to be home to wild bears.