From today, there are officially no MPs in Britain. Of course, that won't last forever AAA it's only 38 days until the election on May 7.
The votes are being counted in Nigeria's election, as the US and UK have raise concerns over possible irregularities in the voting process.
John Campbell was in Melbourne as the Kiwi fans realised they weren't going to get their hands on the World Cup trophy.
The Queen is expected to dissolve Britain's parliament in the next few hours, marking the beginning of one of the tightest election campaigns in decades.
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Singapore to bid farewell to its founding father.
After deadly rains hit the northern part of Chile, residents are struggling to clear roads so aid can reach isolated villages.
Yemen's exiled president is blaming Iran for fuelling the violence that threatens to tear his country apart.
The Australian team were swarmed when they arrived in Melbourne this afternoon, their fans in no doubt they'll win the Cricket World Cup final on Sunday.
Twelve people have been injured as two New York buildings collapsed and a blaze tore through neighbouring properties.
In the dead of night, more than 90 poachers are arrested by Tanzanian forces, who find weapons AAA but no ivory. It's long gone.
One person is dead and several others injured after tornados ripped through Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Sea World is fighting new criticism of its treatment of orca, after the release of a book written by a former trainer.
A Kiwi helicopter company says distribution of aid to outer islands in Vanuatu is proving difficult in the wake of Cyclone Pam.
Reality TV become very personal for two high-ranking officials in Ukraine when police barged in on a live televised cabinet meeting and arrested them.
Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment when gunmen opened fire inside a museum in Tunisia, killing 21 people.
Utah has become the only US state to restore the firing squad as a method of execution, its governor Gary Herbert signing a bill on the emotive issue into law.
The son of a Cuban exile, Ted Cruz says he believes in "the power of millions of courageous Conservatives rising up to reignite the promise of America".
In a video uploaded to YouTube, Teddi the cat can be seen jumping through hoops, changing the TV channel and ringing a bell.
The impatient silverback appeared to have lost its temper when a pal began throwing rubber toys at its head while it was attempting to relax.
The Pentagon is notifying military personnel who were named in the Islamic State (IS) hitlist posted on social media.
A new report says Arctic ice cover is at its lowest winter level since records began.
With climate change pushing temperatures higher, there's a warning that Europe could see a rise in deadly illnesses carried by mosquitoes.
Many people are not mentally prepared for retirement and can struggle to adapt to the change, but that's not the case for one 75-year-old.
As regional powers come together to fight Islamic State, Iraq once again is seeing a growing number of foreign fighters on its soil.
The once notorious King of England, Richard III, is about to be reburied, and it'll be in a spot with more dignity than the car park where his remains were discovered in 2012.
An underground explorer known as the 'Drain Rat' has died in Brisbane after massive storms flooded huge parts of the city.
A Conservative candidate in a key marginal constituency has been suspended over allegations of a plot to win votes by stirring up racial tension.
Tens of thousands of people turned out in Leicestershire to watch a procession carrying Richard III's coffin past the field where he died.
Tunisia's president says a third attacker in the deadly assault on the Bardo museum is still on the run.
A Guinness World Record holder has cycled up 3139 steps in the Taipei 101 tower in an astonishing feat of endurance.
Ireland thumped Scotland in their final Six Nations rugby match in Edinburgh to secure their first back to back Six Nations titles since 1948/49.
Australia correspondent Tom McRae takes a look at the week's news from across the ditch.
Japanese news agencies say police have arrested a man for allegedly making bomb threats against the US embassy in Tokyo.
The Islamic State jihadist group has claimed responsibility for an attack on Tunisia's national museum that killed at least 21 people.
A medical breakthrough in Australia could relieve the suffering from chemotherapy, with a new drug that promises to kill cancer cells 20 times faster than in the past.
Gunmen have stormed Tunisia's national museum, killing an Australian and 16 other tourists, as well as two Tunisians.
Prince Charles is shaking off a royal case of jet lag as he and his wife begin the first full day of a visit to the US capital.
US officials say they are investigating threats made against Caroline Kennedy, the American ambassador to Japan.
Hundreds of starving sea lion pups have come ashore in California, but no one knows why.
A US Air Force veteran faces terrorism charges after authorities say he was stopped from crossing into Syria to join Islamic State.
Aid has started to arrive in some of Vanuatu's worst affected islands but others remain isolated, with flights over the Pacific nation showing desperate villagers calling for help.
The prospect of a new term for Netanyahu is likely to cast a long shadow over Israel's shattered relationship with the Palestinians and its strained ties with the US administration.
Kalashnikov-wielding gunmen have killed at least 19 foreign tourists in a brazen attack on Tunisia's national museum.
A Royal New Zealand Air Force C-130 Hercules is now in the middle of a mercy mission in Vanuatu.
A Christchurch helicopter company has answered the call to provide aid to Vanuatu in the wake of Cyclone Pam.
Prince Harry says he's considering his options after announcing he's leaving the armed forces.
The death toll from Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu has been revised from 24 to 11, but there are fears it will rise again as food runs lows.
Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny rejected Irish stereotypes in a video message from Australia's Tony Abbott.
Australian police are pondering a crucial question - does a man have the right to ride his motorised chilly bin on the road?
Two Air Force mercy flights to Vanuatu have had to turn back and return to NZ after suffering instrument failures that made it unsafe to continue.
Communities are calling for a ban on Islamic State propaganda after another teen was arrested trying to travel to Syria.
Aid agencies say conditions in cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu are among the most challenging they have ever faced with fears of disease rife.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has laughed off "rumours" over whereabouts after returning from a 10-day absence.
Calls are mounting for action to be taken against Paris Saint-Germain's temperamental star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic over comments he made about France.
Cyclone Pam has torn through homes and towns in Vanuatu, causing enormous damage and disrupting the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.
For 63 hours, across three continents, former javelin champion Reg Spiers became human cargo - he spoke exclusively to Campbell Live.
Chilean firefighters and locals paused briefly from fighting forest fires in the central coastal city of Valparaíso over the weekend to rescue a litter of nine trapped puppies.
In Vanuatu a state of emergency has been declared across the entire country following the widespread destruction Cyclone Pam caused at the weekend.
How are jihadists recruiting young Westerners? And how does the promise compare with the reality?
In a country devastated by poverty and war, Afghanistan has something to cheer about - its cricket team.