Dr Howard Chilton 12:00am Silencing the crying baby may not be responding to the child's needs – and may be harmful, says specialist Howard Chilton.
JIL HOGAN 12:00am Children don't come with an instruction manual and no one tells you what to expect. Moreover, there is a flat ''no return'' policy. Jil Hogan talks to three sets of very different parents, about how the challenges of parenthood and how they manage their work-life balance.
A comprehensive guide
Caitlin Dewey 10:07am It’s impossible to guess what “the kids” will dream up next — as long as they have cameras and underdeveloped prefrontal cortexes, there’s really no saying.
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12:16pm ... Kylie's backside on GQ, Target's collaboration with Missoni and Sandra Bullock's debaucherous 50th birthday party. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
What are the odds?
Mark Molloy A US lottery player has beaten the odds twice in three months by pocketing his second $1 million (£600,000) jackpot.
'They don't look good in selfies'
Edward Malnick Black cats are apparently facing a new existential challenge – the rise of the “selfie” in the age of social media.
Rise of the fistbump
Researchers have found that greeting people with a fistbump rather than a handshake can reduce the spread of bacteria by up to 90 per cent. But that's one of many reasons why we should all adopt the gesture.
CATHERINE RODIE Environmentally conscious souls are choosing 'greener' ways to farewell their loved ones. From the 'mushroom death suit' to a simple backyard burial, here are some of the weird and wonderful lengths people will go to for a 'greener' funeral.
Claire Donnelly An increasing number of couples are entering into ‘social media pre-nups’, to stop their partners from posting embarrassing pictures in the event of a break-up.
From launch parties to last drinks, here is a rundown of last week's events in and around Sydney and Melbourne.
LARISSA NICHOLSON Kathryn Walters does not go on holiday with her husband. Someone always needs to stay home with the pets.
Amy Cooper Catch up with the latest social and fashion happenings around Sydney.
Looking for love
JENNA CLARKE Sex, not true love, is what you’ll get should you RSVP ‘yes’ to a Pheromone Party, according to a scent expert.
Mik Grigg & Amy Cooper From launch parties to last drinks, here is a rundown of last week's events in and around Sydney and Melbourne.
Money and work are still the biggest worries keeping us up at night.
Katherine Feeney Some people find themselves in relationships with people who have done terrible things, and it is the discovery of this horror that forces them to make a decision: should they stay, or should they go?
Rod Stewart sans pants, people napping in Ikea Beijing and a hot chocolate revolution. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
Creepy cat fact
Derek Willis Your cat may never give up your secrets. But your cat photos might.
Trouble between the spreadsheets
Judith Woods A public cri de coeur revealing why your wife is refusing to have sex leaves much to be desired, says Judith Woods.
From launch parties to scouting for bachelors, here is a rundown of last week's events in and around Sydney and Melbourne.
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A girl with no filter thanks to laughing gas, an incredibly awkward photo bomb and a toaster than burns a selfie onto your breakfast. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
Matt Roper A Brazilian man whose parents were African slaves could be the oldest living person ever documented after receiving a birth certificate showing he turned 126 last week, it was reported on Tuesday.
Katherine Feeney They say the time for marriage reform is now. But how about the idea that we should we just abolish the Marriage Act altogether?
Mik Grigg and Amy Cooper From launch parties to scouting for bachelors, here is a rundown of last week's events in and around Sydney and Melbourne.
Best selfie ever?
Rachel Clun An American teenager has been catapaulted to worldwide fame after taking a selfie with Sir Paul McCartney and Warren Buffet.
UK court case
RACHEL CLUN After a battle in court, a British waiter has won a fight for half of the winnings from a lottery draw worth more than $1.8 million.
Daniel Miller The Hollywood cameraman who insists he invented the celebrity selfie in 1981.
Joel Achenbach Friends often look alike. The tendency of people to forge friendships with people of a similar appearance has been noted since the time of Plato.
SARAH BERRY Intuition is often made out to be the airy fairy realm of those who carry incense sticks and see auras. But the body's intelligence is something to be taken seriously.
Lauren Greenfield They are three words that are used to suggest someone is useless, weak, and even laughable but 'like a girl' is being reclaimed and redefined thanks to Lauren Greenfield's short video.