The too-often deadly consequences of dowry-related abuse in Australia must urgently be tackled with new national laws identifying the "pernicious" cultural practice as a form of domestic violence, the final report of a Senate inquiry recommends.
Brisbane woman Harn Newton snags a triple whammy when she was fishing outside of Darwin — a new fiance, her first barra and a story to tell the relatives.
The year is 1961 and there are two women duking it out on national television to debate a topical issue of the day — the ensuing debate is fierce, but all may not be what it seems, their descendants reveal.
The Uniting Church in Australia will continue to allow ministers the right to decide whether to marry same-sex couples following a vote in South Australia. Conservative church members say they will continue their campaign.
This year saw Meghan Markle officially join the Royal family. But despite the "happily ever after" line peddled by fairytales, things have been far from smooth behind the scenes. What is next for the Duchess of Sussex?
When a Four Corners reporter took to the streets in 1961 to canvas public opinion on domestic gender roles, men and women alike (mostly) agreed: husbands should chip in with the chores on the weekend.
The magazine's founders say they experienced "a flood of judgement" after Australia voted to legalise same-sex marriage last year, and a number of advertisers withdrew their support.
Experts and community leaders had warned of the dangers of a public vote on same-sex marriage but their advice fell on deaf ears. We're still living with the consequences, writes Joshua Badge.
The new policy aims to protect the church against claims of discrimination but lawyers are warning it could have serious, detrimental impacts on the community.