Following a player's suspension for betting on a match, AFL coaches, a former player and a gambling researcher warn gambling poses a problem for the league, but the AFL's chief disagrees.
Ever wondered why we don't have pharmacies in our supermarkets? It's because of the Pharmacy Guild, a powerful lobby group that is very good at getting what it wants.
It has only been screening to a wider audience for a couple of weeks, but The Final Quarter, which recounts the booing saga of AFL star Adam Goodes, has led to an outpouring of apologies from fans.
Traditional owners on a Northern Territory island partner with a Chinese company to set up a mining enterprise, which they hope will secure their future.
A man who donated his sperm to a friend with the belief he could play a role in the child's life wins a High Court fight to be named the girl's legal father, blocking her mother from moving overseas.
Deborah Lawrie was told women couldn't fly because they would "act strangely every month" and their earrings could get in the way. But after a landmark legal battle she became Australia's first female commercial pilot.
Most people can relate to having worked in a job they really hated at some point in their careers — so we asked two people to share their experiences of quitting their jobs and taking a risk on a passion project.