He was quick to anger, hard to talk to. The war changed him, his family said. Yet as he neared death, Marele Day's father finally found peace.
Catholics are in power this Easter, with the highest proportion of ministers of that faith occupying senior positions in a Coalition government.
Consumers risk being ripped off by a website selling artwork at more than 10 times its value.
Everyone forgets things - even premiers. But those middle-aged memory lapses do not necessarily presage the onset of dementia.
Fears about Facebook stem from stories far older than the internet.
It was a practical way for children of different backgrounds to explore each other's culture and religion.
Dozens of young greyhounds are still being exported to Macau's Canidrome racetrack where they face mistreatment and death, despite the racing industry's peak body banning the export of the dogs.
There's one tag Lucas Meserve will never snip from his outdoor gear. It's light green and has a nine-digit ''baacode''.
Almost 100 years after Gallipoli, mystery still shrouds the identity of one of the soldiers killed on the first day of the landings.
A Canberra researcher believes an effective treatment for shin splints - the painful condition that plagues runners - may be within reach.
In its 61st year, the Sydney Film Festival will expand its reach and establish a new hub in ...