Homicide detectives investigate whether the children's mother deliberately crashed the car — killing them and herself. The Child Safety Minister says the police and the Coroner need time and space to do their jobs.
Is it time to ask whether we are able to give informed consent to not-at-all-like-reality television, not just as participants but also as viewers, writes Emma A. Jane.
With the suspected suicide of a British reality TV contestant, it's time to ask whether we give consent as viewers to these not-at-all-like-reality shows, writes Emma A. Jane.
Celebrity chef Matt Moran is the first to admit that his is a tough business. Now the industry is taking a closer look at mental health after a series of high-profile people took their own lives.
Both the Coalition and Labor pledge to throw millions more at youth mental health service Headspace, but former clients, social workers and mental health policy experts say the model only helps young people in the "Goldilocks zone".
For the thousands of Australians who served in the defence force between 2001 and 2016, one thing proved deadlier than war itself.
Queensland detectives reveal evidence has been destroyed in a number of criminal cases, including an unsolved gang rape, crushing an alleged victim's hopes all her attackers will be brought to justice.
Champion race walker Dane Bird-Smith reveals his battle with mental illness as the Australian Institute of Sport announces the formation of a Mental Health Referral Network to support athletes.
Rebecca Black worried her husband's life was at risk from depression but he feared the stigma of seeking help. It's a story medical professionals know all too well.