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Sarah Whyte is a political reporter in the Canberra bureau, covering health and Indigenous affairs. Previously, Sarah was the consumer affairs reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald, and covered immigration, customs and the High Court from Fairfax Media's Canberra bureau.
Sarah Whyte Ocean swimming has really boomed in recent years. Here's why.
Sarah Whyte Walking down Oxford Street in Paddington less than two years ago was a painful experience for any avid shopper, with ''for lease'' signs and graffiti dominating the once high-end shopping precinct.
Sarah Whyte Healthy eating in Australia has a new enemy: home-delivered McDonald's.
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Sarah Whyte Australian brands including Bonds and Just Jeans are among a group of retailers to be targeted by Oxfam to take responsibility for their supply chains in Bangladesh before Christmas.
Sarah Whyte Caffeine is creeping into our diets at an alarming rate with the number of cafes and energy drink sales ballooning in a decade, a consultation paper prepared for the Australian and New Zealand...
Sarah Whyte Caffeine is creeping into our diets at an alarming rate, as the number of cafes and the sale of energy drinks has ballooned in a decade.
Sarah Whyte Apple juice has as much sugar as soft drinks, and health experts are warning consumers to limit consumption or risk gaining weight.
Sarah Whyte A report on the Australian fashion industry shows 93 per cent of brands do not know where their cotton is sourced from, making it likely child labour and exploitation have been involved.
Sarah Whyte Eyes may wander from the British Lions game tonight to catch a glimpse of James Bond's alter ego, Daniel Craig, among the crowd, after he arrived in Sydney for the final match this morning.
Sarah Whyte Budding yoga teachers who earn their credentials through increasingly popular online courses are putting students at risk, leading yoga practitioners say.
Sarah Whyte Vintage shopping was once the realm of determined bargain hunters and those willing to spend hours trawling through piles of second-hand clothes to find the perfect item.
Sarah Whyte, Samantha-Jo Harris THE happiest day of your life could also become the biggest rip-off of your life if you are a budget-conscious bride keen to avoid an expensive wedding.
Sarah Whyte Brooke Addamo, aka Owl Eyes. Kahl Wallace and Andrew Thomson from the Medics.
Sarah Whyte IT'S the perennial question that plagues couples every year: which family to spend Christmas Day with?
Sarah Whyte IT WAS designed to allow users to instantly share, finesse and curate pictures but the photo-sharing app Instagram is becoming a thriving marketplace.
Sarah Whyte IT IS Christmas time and everyone is buying booze.
Sarah Whyte IT IS likely you'll hear a cacophony of clicks while you read this as the deadline for online Christmas shopping looms.
Sarah Whyte Electrocuting metal Christmas trees, dangerous firing pistols and remote-controlled helicopters that could catch fire, are some of the toys that will not end up in Christmas stockings this year.
Sarah Whyte Three white umbrellas, four white sheets and eight people were used to hide fashion designer Rachel Gilbert's wedding dress as she climbed out of a black BMW in Rose Bay.
Sarah Whyte, Rachel Wells IMAGINE if the Boxing Day sales - endless queues, jostling and crowds - were online for 24 hours.