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Jill Stark is a senior writer for The Sunday Age. She is the author of High Sobriety, a book about Australia's drinking culture and how she survived a year without booze.
Jill Stark Experts warn the health burden from binge drinking for those in their 40s, 50s and 60s is starting to bite.
Jill Stark It is the international symbol of gay pride – an iconic image of diversity and acceptance.
Jill Stark Shoes are a new luxury for Lynne Weston.
Jill Stark Raw and unedited, this was a private hell made instantly public.
Jill Stark, Chris Vedelago Leading mental health experts have called on the Prime Minister to urgently address what they say is an unfolding disaster within Australia's national youth mental health service, headspace, claiming...
Jill Stark The Anzac name is increasingly being co-opted, often with government approval.
Comics Lawrence Mooney, Tom Ballard, Hannah Gadsby explore mental health struggles at Melbourne International Comedy Festival
Jill Stark Embrace the darkness. This is the key to good comedy.
Jill Stark When the call came over the radio. George Lloyd went cold. His body tensed. In an instant he was right there with his brother.
Jill Stark In the struggle to be who she was, Dorothy McDonald lost everything. At times, it felt as if she had fallen into a "waking coma".
Jill Stark Switch off your phone. Turn down the music. Be still. Nothing but your own thoughts. Does the silence scare you? How long before all that space has you scratching at the walls?
Jill Stark Joy, it seems, is impossible to dilute. These Hawkers were going to party like it was 1989. It was their third grand final in three years – a luxury some fans can only dream of - but for the...
Jill Stark It is the natural way. Every mother should do it. Or so the public health messages tell us.
Jill Stark As the Royal Commission into Child Abuse has highlighted with heartbreaking repetition, once a perpetrator finds a way into an institution, the damage can be catastrophic.
Jill Stark Ned Kelly ... one of Australia's greatest heroes? Or a notorious cop killer?
Jill Stark Children who are constantly plugged into smartphones, computers and televisions are losing vital social skills, according to a new study.
Jill Stark Welcome to the war of independence. Buckle up, it's going to be a long and messy ride.
Jill Stark The uninvited lecture: "Don't take drugs, don't go out late, don't have sex, don't wear those clothes." All they hear is "blah, blah, blah".
Jill Stark It started with whispers in the change rooms and ended with a call from his coach.
Jill Stark and Larissa Nicholson Pioneers are waging war with the law to be identified as their true selves, write Jill Stark and Larissa Nicholson.
Jill Stark The number of children accessing medical treatment to help them change gender has increased 60-fold, leaving Australia’s only clinic for transgender young people struggling to cope with the...