As British and EU negotiators tussle over their future customs relationship, non-EU member Norway points to a world where digital borders might be able to solve Westminster's current woes.
Pill-taking women have what seems like a "period" every month, but this "period" is far from necessary. It's a leftover from failed attempts to persuade the Vatican to accept the pill, writes Susan Walker.
In a busy world, I found Mass therapeutic — a time without technology to quiet my mind. But if the Church wants Gen Y and even Gen Z, it'll have to change these six things first, writes Mikki Cusack.
Consumed by the question of how people who claim to believe in the Gospel could prey on children, abuse survivor Peter Gogarty is taking the issue to the International Criminal Court, asking its prosecutor to investigate senior Catholic Church officials for what he calls crimes against humanity.
Bill Hayden was known for being a vocal and even hostile atheist, so imagine the surprise when he decided to be baptised last month at the age of 85.
People calling for lower non-government school funding often reference the original 2011 Gonski Review of School Funding. They seem unaware that Thursday's announcement was based on a key recommendation of the Gonski report, writes Dallas McInerney.
New analysis shows wealthy parents at advantaged Catholic primary schools could actually afford the increase to school fees under the needs-based model, writes Peter Goss. And whether they opt to send their children to the state school down the road and avoid fee increases is a matter of choice and value, not affordability.