A Melbourne woman is challenging fathers to take on singlehandedly one of the hardest jobs in the world for 48 hours. It involves obstacles, point scoring, possibly drinking and sex, and has been designed to ensure at least one person breaks down in tears.
Julia Medew Members of pro-euthanasia group Exit International are being warned not to talk to police, who are taking an increasing interest in the suicides of people who have dealt with the group, founder Philip Nitschke says.
Clancy Yeates High-interest payday lending has surged despite reforms in 2013, consumer advocates say.
Mary Ward An article in The Atlantic has proclaimed that weight loss doesn't always make you happier.
Michael Koziol Smoking while pregnant could harm the foetal central nervous system, according to a pilot study which used 4D ultrasounds to monitor unborn babies.
David Potts Home ownership and a decent retirement shouldn't rule each other out.
Rachel Olding When Lia Onorati asked Dr Paul Bours to fix a serious case of hammer toe, she showed him a photo of the $2500 Yves Saint Laurent stiletto boots she wanted to wear.
Julia Medew, Health Editor Dorothy Hookey, long-time member of pro-euthanasia group Exit International knew that when she decided to take her last dose of medicine, she had to be alone.
Sarah Berry A quinoa smoothie or a chickpea smoothie sounds nutritious, but how does it taste?
Nick Miller There are winners and losers in the plain packaging for cigarettes battle. Big business is trying valiantly to its protect its ground.
Officers from Wetherill Park and Bass Hill's Region Enforcement Squads seized more than $315,000 worth of cannabis following ...