Daniella Miletic Does being happy make you better off financially? After years of studying the influence money has on happiness, one Australian economist set out to examine the reverse.
Matt Wade The gender pay gap gets plenty of attention. But what about the pocket money gap? Just as men tend to get paid more than women, boys tend to get more pocket money than girls.
Hattie Garlick has resolved to strike a blow against 'kiddy consumerism' - and she's not alone.
Adele Horin WHEN a couple disagrees on whether to have a child or more children, the woman's wishes usually prevail.
Katherine Feeney When it comes to finding someone to love, why are we hiding behind our machines? And is this cowardly, or clever? Have we evolved, or devolved, socially speaking?
Breaking her silence
Australian actress Rachael Taylor has spoken for the first time about being the victim of domestic violence.
Joanne Brookfield Matchmaking has become a big business.
Cosima Marriner For recovering workaholics, the risk of crossing the line back into unhealthy work habits lurks.
Cassy Small A growing number of brides are opting to pick up the hot glue gun as they prepare for their special day.
Annabel Ross Meet Buck Angel: trans man, adult film star and LGBT icon.
Financial friction between couples
Jo Hartley Sharing the same sense of humour, interest, friends and bed should automatically qualify you to share the same bank account. Right?
Matty Silver More and more women are willing to pay for sexual experiences.
Yasmin Boland Everyone's luck is going to change in 2014. Oh yes, it's true.
Katherine Feeney Reviewing year seven of the CityKat blog.
Sarah Berry Despite an abundance of bizarre baby names, most people tend to have a far more sedate sensibility.
Andrew Taylor Trend forecasting has come a long way since the ancient Romans searched through goats' entrails to predict the future and the Azande poisoned chickens to plan their calendar.
Alexandra Bathman It was a miserable and rainy night in Perth. But for Arriadne, this particular night was just as miserable and lonely as the one before.
Katherine Feeney A new year, a new you - but where do you draw the line? And should we judge the choices of others?
Megan Levy The frustrating task of assembling flat-pack furniture can be enough to make a grown man weep.
It seems so unfair. They don't smoke, they eat well and they exercise regularly. So why do healthy people have heart attacks?