Thousands of ageing Australians who were abused while in institutional care as children now face the "terrifying" prospect of entering an aged care system that reckons with its own allegations of misconduct.
As a Catholic, the Pell verdict has shocked me deeply but these are the steps forward, writes Francis Sullivan.
Tennis in New South Wales is in the grip of a civil war, as eight elders of the sport face losing their life memberships over the role they played in the handling of a complaint of sexual abuse made by a child in the 1990s.
My husband is a survivor of clerical abuse, but in the countless hours I've spent in waiting rooms, not one doctor has asked me if I'm okay, writes Winnie Mulherin.
George Pell's reaction to receiving his sentence wasn't visible outside the courtroom, but for those of us inside, we saw a changed man, writes Louise Milligan.
The responses we are seeing from people who simply cannot believe the possibility of criminal behaviour from well-known people is actually extremely common, writes Rachael Sharman.
A Simpsons producer says the decision to no longer air a 1991 episode featuring Jackson, who voiced a psychiatric patient who believed he was the pop star, was "clearly the only choice to make".
The National Redress Scheme was meant to help compensate survivors of institutional child sexual abuse, but many say having to retell their stories again in a 62-page application is making them relive the trauma.
Violent rioting at a Northern Territory youth detention centre that eventually saw detainees tear-gassed could have been avoided, the National Children's Commissioner believes.