Rachel Browne They are young, rich and troubled and more are landing in psychologists' consulting rooms.
Rachel Browne Schools across the public, independent and Catholic sector in NSW have reacted angrily to the Coalition's backflip on funding, with many saying the uncertainty over budgets makes forward planning...
Rachel Browne Up to one in four people will suffer violence in their workplace during the course of their career, with the direct cost running into millions of dollars a year in Australia.
Rachel Browne Evidence shows heavy exposure to screen violence in adolescence is changing the development of young peoples' brains.
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 Browne The chief executive of cancer charity Redkite has a passion for her work that is matched only by her devotion as an aunt.
Rachel Browne The philosopher has learnt much from his books but he values a life that is rich in experience.
Rachel Browne For Evelyn Scott, $1 a day will buy peace of mind.
Rachel Browne Australia's first Children's Commissioner grasps the importance of the role, having experienced her own childhood adversity.
Rachel Browne Parents of women with severe disabilities are being forced to take their daughters overseas for hysterectomies after their requests for the procedure were denied in Australia, a leading...
Rachel Browne The number of proven child abuse and neglect victims rose 20 per cent last year, reversing a long-term decline.
Rachel Browne The number of child abuse and neglect victims rose 20 per cent last year, reversing a long-term decline.
Rachel Browne THE groups that support needy people at Christmas are doing it tough themselves this year with charity organisations saying donations have slumped compared with last December.
Rachel Browne A fear of the unknown is deterring Australian employers from hiring more people with disabilities, according to the chief executive of one of Australia's largest companies.
Rachel Browne More Australians will be encouraged to ditch the office for a desk at home under a new federal government campaign to be launched this month.
Rachel Browne Sydney's Lulworth House is under investigation over serious allegations of neglect.
Rachel Browne The rate of homelessness in Australia rose eight per cent between 2006 and 2011, despite public funding of $1.1 billion as part of a Federal Government promise to halve homelessness by 2020.
Rachel Browne The wife of the late Dr Chris O'Brien has weathered unspeakable tragedies but remains determined to see his dreams become reality.
Rachel Browne The high tea has been hijacked. So say connoisseurs of the world's most popular brew.
Rachel Browne ONE IN five couples who give up fertility treatment does so because of the psychological and physical burden of the process, according to a major study of assisted reproductive technology.