Young people are living with their parents longer. And at least 40 per cent of those lucky enough to own their own home are suffering greater mortgage stress...
Even when egg cartons are legally accurate, the government definition of 'free range' might not mean what you think it does.
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The topic of animals in sport is a heated one. But Scott Bennetts thinks his sport should be loved by animal lovers.
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Sarah Houbolt reckons ‘The more we share our stories on TV, the more we can learn about how people with disability invent new ways of doing things’.
If we want doctors to listen, be empathetic, solve complex problems and maybe even save the health system money, there needs to be a serious investment in...
Eight minutes. That is the length of time from the start of the London Bridge attack to the three terrorists being killed by armed police.
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"I had to adjust from being a very strict mum with strict African family values to being a friendly mum. However, I did not lose my African values. I just...
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Reporter Laura Murphy-Oates was nominated for a Logie in the category of ‘Most Outstanding News Coverage’. She was stoked – until she heard a voice in her head.
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The Brisbane mother of a boy serving time in juvenile detention for his involvement with a gang of car thieves, shares what it’s like to have the finger of blame...
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If a teenager commits a serious offence, are they just a product of their circumstances? Gerry Lister is a tough-love youth worker who thinks teens need to know...
This is one of the most volatile streets in Lebanon - Syria Street - and here are the people who call it home. Malak Jaafar, from the International Committee of...

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Safety and freedom is all Iranian refugee Loghman Sawari hopes for, but since being resettled in Papua New Guinea from Manus Island, he feels further away from both.
An 18-year-old girl who spoke no English when her family moved to Australia has won the national final of a public speaking competition.
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The Lehmann family searches for closure so they can properly grieve for their missing son.
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Here’s everything you need to know about having your say in the postal vote on same-sex marriage.