The most useful economic research hasn't changed the way we think about spending on marriage.
Jenna Price is a columnist for The Canberra Times and Daily Life, and a senior lecturer in journalism at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Peak flu season and on the bus, I'm surrounded by people who refuse to cover their mouths when they cough and sneeze. Maybe refuse is too strong a word. Perhaps they've never done it.
We've all got a job to do in the next few days, all of us, gay, straight and others.
Jerry Seinfeld, in Sydney this week, proved to me I was the best sleeper ever.
I'm not more hurt than you. I'm just hurt. As we all are when racism explodes.
What's happening is enough to make a grown woman cry and me to have some sympathy for Senator Michaelia Cash.
A few weeks after a controversial article things changed at the Ultimo studios, writes Jenna Price.
It's been a month since Philip Lowe urged workers to rise up.
I'd only been in journalism for five minutes when I decided to have my first ever blue with my bosses.
If I'm very lucky at Christmas, I'll get to watch five days of brilliant Test cricket. Yet one man is about to ruin my fun. Yep, David Peever is set to wreck my holidays.