Anna Sorokin, the German con artist who passed herself off as a wealthy heir to swindle banks, hotels and even close friends as she lived out a high-society, Instagram-ready fantasy in New York, is sentenced to four to 12 years in prison.
Secret rocket tests, comets across the sky and explosives warnings are normally figments of the silver screen. But at Coober Pedy's drive-in they happen all around you.
Tennis is emerging as the dominant sport and social event in some tiny towns as small communities battle to maintain social networks.
The Government is accused of devaluing people with disabilities after cancelling a national awards ceremony scheduled for the International Day of People with Disability.
The Government says it will now support new awards that recognise people with disability, after cancelling the long-running National Disability Awards without informing disability advocates.
The Federal Government initiates a parliamentary inquiry into whether Australians are getting adequate sleep, and the economic and social costs for the nation.
There has been a steady stream of Me Too headlines from the US, but the pace in Australia is more relaxed. Why? The answer may lie in our defamation laws.
We asked you to share your experience of class, and we were inundated with stories. For some of you Australia is still the lucky country, but for others, the idea that hard work is the only barrier to social mobility is laughable. What's constant is that everyone has an opinion.
Australians need to pay more taxes to "fund the health, education and transport services we need", says an open letter on tax reform addressed to PM Malcolm Turnbull.
Is environmentalism a luxury of the latte-sipping rich? Are working-class people unconcerned with 'big issues' like climate change and sustainable energy? We asked people on both sides of the debate to weigh in.