Esther Han is the Food & Wine news reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sun-Herald
Esther Han A jar of fish guts, an edible bird's nest tucked inside a Pringles canister, and a hairy pig's leg, complete from hip to trotter, are just three examples of food seized by quarantine officers at...
Esther Han Australian cuisine might be hard to define but tourism officials are banking on our multicultural offerings to increase traveller numbers through the next phase of their global marketing campaign.
Esther Han, Rick Feneley If you scanned Anglican websites you'd be forgiven for thinking Bishop Glenn Davies and Canon Rick Smith were combatants in a title fight to become the 12th Anglican Archbishop of Sydney.
Sarah Whyte, Esther Han and Laura House Coles supermarkets are selling bakery goods as ''freshly baked'' even though they were made up to six months earlier in Europe.
Esther Han and Kristian Silva Urban beekeepers are demanding retailer Bunnings remove products neonicotinoid pesticides.
Esther Han Saleyard prices for cattle have plummeted to crisis levels but consumers will pay no less for their favourite cuts of beef, say meat industry groups.
Clancy Yeates, Esther Han Big banks have failed to pass on most interest rates cuts to their credit card customers, despite the Reserve Bank cutting them to their lowest level in more than 50 years.
Esther Han It is only a matter of time before the label of an Australian clothing brand is found in the rubble of a collapsed Bangladeshi garment factory building, says Oxfam Australia.
Esther Han The meat pie has always been a strong contender in debates about Australia's national dish. But its popularity has fallen in the past two years among service station and convenience store customers.
Esther Han As more than a thousand people streamed into Sydney Town Hall to celebrate the life of newsman Peter Harvey today, his top 25 favourite songs on his iPod were played on rotation.
Esther Han Global education companies are planning to open Australia's first for-profit schools targeting local primary and secondary students as early as next year.
Esther Han Australia should legalise commercial surrogacy to stop the exploitation of poor women and protect the children caught up in the booming overseas surrogacy trade, according to the chief federal...
Esther Han ATM glitch prevents customers getting their money, even though their records show the money has been withdrawn.
Esther Han Australia should legalise commercial surrogacy to stop the exploitation of poor women and protect the legal status of children caught up in the booming overseas surrogacy trade, according to the...
Esther Han ''THEY lied to me. At first they said the attackers were under investigation. Later they said they didn't know who some of them were.''
Esther Han Three recent attacks on foreign nationals in Australia have caused widespread outrage in South Korea, with media organisations questioning whether Australia was a safe place to visit.
Esther Han AUSTRALIAN lawyer Melinda Taylor believes her detention in Libya for more than three weeks shows that Saif al-Islam, the son of deceased dictator Muammar Gaddafi, cannot “be tried in an independent...
Esther Han IN 1959, Margaret Williams became the first Aborigine to graduate from university. Now her great-niece Melissa Williams is following in the family footsteps, becoming the first winner of a new...
Esther Han BULLYING and ridicule about her reading disabilities often drove Indigo Wallace-Knight to cry in her mother's arms during the first few years of primary school.
Esther Han, Alexandra Smith It was once a staple of the lunchbox, but the humble peanut butter sandwich is increasingly being shunned from school lunches as the number of children, especially pre-schoolers, with allergies...