The number of temporary teachers in NSW has increased by 40 per cent in five years, figures show.
Esther Han Food companies are cutting salt, fat and sugar as consumers start to take more notice of health-star ratings.
Amy Corderoy Use of the drug 'ice' is becoming more common among the most hard-core, disadvantaged drug users but is decreasing among more casual drug users, data shows.
Peter Spinks Advances in engineering mean that vehicles running on hydrogen fuel may one day transform our fossil fuel-reliant society.
Clare Sibthorpe Australia's recent flu season was the worst in five years and saw a rising rate of children infected. Despite the disease causing an average of 18,000 hospitalisations and 3,000 deaths a year nationally, just 42 per cent of people under the age of 65 at risk of infection are vaccinated annually.
Bridie Smith and Henrietta Cook Sexual harassment in academia is so entrenched that on multiple occasions Melbourne University physicist Katie Mack has warned students to avoid known perpetrators before they attended conferences, applied for graduate positions or visited departments.
Julia Medew Health Editor The sexual revolution is producing a new wave of throat and tongue cancers among middle aged people who are falling victim to a rare side effect of the "common cold of sexually transmitted infections".
Michael Bachelard, Matthew Knott and Henrietta Cook A Fairfax investigation exposed a dodgy vocational college, which will now lose its registration
Melissa Singer When it comes to technology, there are early adopters (ie those mad people who will stand in the rain outside a store for days to get their fix) and what I like to call normal people.
Mary Ward Hint: you don't do it a lot.
Police have arresred a 47-year-old Granville man over the alleged shooting murder of 23-year-old Saif Jouda in Horsley ...