What made the headlines in Australia through 2016, January to June
3 - David Warner becomes the first cricketer to score a century before lunch in a Test in Australia.
11 - Independent Rod Culleton loses his spot in the Senate after the former One Nation member is declared bankrupt.
12 - Robert Xie is found guilty of murdering five relatives in NSW. He is later sentenced to life in prison.
13 - Sussan Ley resigns as federal health minister over taxpayer-funded trips to buy property and attend New Year's Eve functions.17 - The search for MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean is officially called off..19 - NSW Premier Mike Baird announces he is quitting politics for family reasons.
20 - Dimitrious Gargasoulas allegedly deliberately drives into people in Melbourne's Bourke Street mall, ultimately killing six people and injuring 28.23 - Liberal Gladys Berejiklian becomes NSW's 45th premier.26 - Queensland biomolecular scientist Alan Mackay-Sim becomes Australian of the Year.
2 - PM Malcolm Turnbull's phone hook-up with US President Donald Trump is hostile and later Trump blasts the US-Australia refugee agreement as a "dumb deal".7 - Conservative backbencher Cory Bernardi says he is quitting the Liberal Party.
8 - Rolf Harris is found not guilty by a London jury on three additional counts of groping girls and women. The jury failed to reach verdicts on four indecent assault charges.14 - At least 30 homes, 50 outbuildings and a church lost to bushfires in NSW.
23 - The Fair Work Commission announces Sunday penalty rates will be cut for employees in hospitality, retail and fast food industries, sparking controversy and opposition.
7 - A British backpacker repeatedly raped, bashed and choked during a two-month hostage ordeal in outback Queensland before being rescued by police.12 - Labor wins in WA in a landslide.
24 - A Sydney teenager accused of trying to obtain a gun to "terrorise" "kafirs" on Anzac Day pleads guilty to planning a terrorist attack.
28 - Troubled former AFL premiership player Ben Cousins is jailed for one year and fined $2400 for stalking his ex-partner and drug offences.
28 - Category 4 Cyclone Debbie crosses north Queensland coast with winds of up to 260kph before ultimately becoming the deadliest cyclone to hit Australia since 1974's Cyclone Tracy.
5 - High Court rules former Family First senator Bob Day was ineligible to have been elected at the 2016 federal election.5 - Authorities seize nearly a tonne of the drug ice, the largest such bust in Australia's history.
11 - Cassie Sainsbury, 22, is caught with 5.8kg of cocaine as she tries to fly home to Australia from Bogota.17 - Laeticia Brouwer, 17, becomes third victim of a fatal shark attack in WA in a year.
21 - CSIRO says the most likely location of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is a new 25,000 sq km area north of the original 120,000 sq km search area.
21 - US Vice President Mike Pence makes a two-day visit to Australia to smooth down tensions and reaffirm the close relationship.26 - Family First merges with Senator Cory Bernardi's fledgling Australian Conservatives.30 - Productivity Commission ordered to review how the GST is distributed.
MAY4 - Buckingham Palace announces Prince Philip will stand down from royal duties in July.
6 - John Coates is re-elected AOC president, defeating challenger Danni Roche, after a bitter contest.
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kindly browse through our web-page. 7 - Sydney FC win the A-League championship after a penalty shoot-out against Melbourne Victory.8 - Former Collingwood captain and media personality Lou Richards dies aged 94.
10 - A Christian man smashes a pie into Qantas CEO Alan Joyce's face to protest the airline's support for same sex marriage.
11 - Abortion will remain a crime in NSW after MPs vote down a Greens bill aimed at overturning the 100-year-old law.19 - Sweden drops a seven-year rape investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
22 - Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest announces he will give away $400 million to create one of the nation's largest philanthropic funds.
24 - Findings into the Lindt Cafe siege declare Man Haron Monis was responsible for the deaths of the two hostages, not police. But police waited "10 minutes" too long to storm the cafe in December 2014.
28 - Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby returns to Brisbane 13 years after she left, following her deportation from Bali at the end of her parole.
30 - Akon Guode, a refugee from Sudan, is jailed in Victoria for at least 20 years for killing three of her young children by driving her car into a Melbourne lake.
30 - Melbourne schoolgirl Zynab Al Harbiya is killed in an Islamic State terrorist blast at a Baghdad ice cream parlour.
30 - Rolf Harris is formally cleared of four counts of indecent assault against girls as young as 13 after a retrial ends with a hung jury.
31 - Islamic State issues a call to its followers to use online classified websites such as Gumtree and eBay to lure people to their deaths
2 - Former NSW minister Ian Macdonald is sentenced to at least seven years in jail for misconduct in office, over a mining exploration licence granted to his mate John Maitland's company.3 - Two Australian women are killed in the London Bridge terror attack.
5 - Terrorist Yacqub Khayre kills a Melbourne service apartment receptionist and holds an escort hostage before being shot dead by police. IS claims responsibility.
13 - ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston resigns after he is charged over a $130 million tax-evasion racket involving his son and daughter.
14 - Network Ten calls in the administrators a day after two of its billionaire shareholders refuse to back a new financial package.
14 - The Australian government and Manus Island detention centre operators settle a class action brought by 1905 present and former detainees, for $70 million plus legal costs of $20 million.16 - Australia's gross debt ticks over $500 billion for the first time..
29 - Cardinal George Pell is charged with multiple counts of historical sex offences.