After backing it and then changing it, the Heart Foundation takes the step of fully removing a controversial ad campaign that suggested people who do not look after their health do not love their families.
The Heart Foundation defends a confrontational ad campaign in the face of a social media storm over suggestions people who do not look after their heart health therefore do not love their families.
A Melbourne tribunal orders a cafe owner to pay Instagram influencer Chloe Roberts more than $1,600 after finding the business did not lose value when Ms Roberts deleted old posts of herself at the cafe.
The leasing of Darwin's port to a Chinese company for 99 years has reared its head in the race to claim the Northern Territory seat of Solomon, with two parties at odds over the issue yet still offering each other their top billing on the ballot paper.
Prominent independent candidates in the federal election, many of whom pose a real to threat to incumbent Coalition MPs, are pledging to work together cooperatively in the new parliament, saying the time for political parties is moving on.
A breast cancer charity criticises a "non-sensical" decision by Facebook not to run fundraising ads that show survivors scars and mastectomies.
Lobby group GetUp! removes their election ad which depicted Tony Abbott as a surf lifesaver refusing to help a drowning swimmer, apologising for the insensitive timing of the video just after seven drowning across the country.
The early days of the 2019 campaign give us a glimpse of things to come, as the parties use Facebook's tailored ad service to narrowcast their messages.
An advertisement launched by Respect Victoria has been designed to unsettle and urge bystanders who witness sexual harassment on public transport to "call it out".
Burger King asks a New Zealand franchisee to take down a promotional video showing customers trying to eat burgers with chopsticks after it sparks a huge online outcry and demands for an apology.