Blame and vagueness over detention centre violence prevailed.
Under the ''education'' tab of the Australia Post website, there is a page that opens with a quaint lesson for young students.
ACT Chief Minister Katy Gallagher called for a social media campaign and an end to celebrity royal worship.
A high-flying husband claims he should take more of the spoils in a divorce settlement because his "entrepreneurial flair" has produced more wealth than his wife.
Woolworths has cancelled a ''critically important'' meeting between Australian farmers and 40 international buyers, the growers' peak body claims, in retaliation for their public protest against being made to pay for a campaign starring Jamie Oliver.
The former Australian Workers Union official Bruce Wilson took to the stand at the royal commission into trade unions and denied a slush fund he established had issued sham invoices or that he gave wads of cash to his former girlfriend, Julia Gillard, for her home renovations.
Young job seekers forced to wait six months for unemployment benefits will be required to apply for 40 jobs a month, despite not receiving any payments.
The US President praises Australia's closeness to America as Tony Abbott visits the White House.
The Abbott government will consider legal action to recoup more than $40 million wasted on Australia's futile bid to host the 2022 football World Cup, won by oil-rich Qatar on the back of alleged systematic bribery.
The national children's counselling service failed to answer 40 per cent of calls and emails last year, as young people increasingly struggle with suicidal thoughts and self harm.
The Nowra Warriors shine despite the cold last weekend.