Lenny Ann Low The new Doctor draws every day and credits his wife with a career that has reached new heights (and time dimensions).
Rory Callinan and Anne Tarasov The Gold Coast branch of the ANZ Bank sees its fair share of wealthy new customers, but few could match the depositing power of the smartly-dressed tourists with Russian accents who opened accounts...
Dan Harrison Overseas-born Australian residents can expect to live longer than those born in Australia, data to be released on Thursday shows.
Judith Ireland, Rachel Browne Parents would be able to sublet their precious childcare places while they are on holiday or on maternity leave under a Productivity Commission idea that has been backed by the federal government.
Alexandra Smith, Rachel Browne A record number of NSW children sat for the selective schools placement test on Thursday: 13,930 children are in contention for 4188 spots.
Lawrence Money Recent events have made those people afraid of plane travel more afraid than ever.
Michael Dwyer Ballarat’s Festival of Slow Music unplugs and demystifies some surprising collaborators, writes Michael Dwyer.
Bronwyn Thompson From rock icon Courtney Love to the talented Megan Washington, we have the week covered.
David Ellery The nifty insect is much-loved by farmers here and throughout the world. By David Ellery.
David Ellery World War I, like World War II 25 years later, began more with a whimper than a bang if you take the contemporary news reports at face value.
From the classic rock of Queen to Nick Cave's imagined 20,000th day on earth, we have the week covered.
Mary Mihelakos Indigenous music is in good heart, as seen at this year's National Indigenous Music Awards.
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Rachel Browne Families in parts of Sydney and Melbourne are still struggling to find childcare vacancies despite a surge in new providers and a record number of children in centres.
Rachel Wells The Gillard government has announced it will increase the number of subsidised in-home childcare places by 17 per cent, but says providing rebates for nannies is a long way off.
Natalie O'Brien Sultan Aytacli is suddenly worried. ''My girls have been playing on artificial turf all their lives,'' says the mother of Suki, 9, and Claudia, 5. ''But we will be avoiding them now.''
John Garnaut In Guangzhou LATE on Thursday night Matthew Ng dropped his head to his hands and sobbed uncontrollably as defence lawyer Chen Youxi's closing submission reached its climax.
Mark Metherell AGED-CARE residents are paying bonds of more than $2 million to ensure places in sought-after nursing homes - relinquishing tens of thousands of dollars a year more than the amount needed to cover...
Kate McClymont Maria Goritsas's employers were horrified when she told them her tale of woe - that she had been falsely accused of shoplifting, held against her will and brutally manhandled by a Best & Less shop...