"I don't think you really play Eve to have fun."
Catherine Armitage is ideas and innovation writer and an editorial writer at The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a highly experienced career journalist who has won multiple awards for her work across a wide range of topics including business, science, higher education, social issues, education and legal affairs. She is former higher education editor and China correspondent.
Two out of three students who competed for a Year 7 place at a selective high school this year missed out, Department of Education figures suggest.
The NSW government's latest anti-marijuana campaign is being relentlessly ridiculed on social media.
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Why would a grown man want to ink a tattoo his parents prominently on their body?
He had booked his ticket back to France to be with the woman who had nursed him back to life from a cliff jump that left him in a coma. But then world-renowned BASE jumper Lucky Chance made one jump too many.
Surfer Craig Ison has described his fight in the surf with the great white shark which ripped into him in the surf off Evans Head a week ago.
Her husband heard it from 10,000 kilometres away, but it seems no-one saw the brutal stabbing murder of 41 year old software engineer Prahba Arun Kumar in a Westmead park on a Saturday night in March. Except the person who stabbed her.