Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has reignited criticism of his government's same-sex marriage policy after posting on social media to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Jason Dowling and Jared Lynch Lactose free, organic, permeate free, gluten free, light, easy to digest - there is no end to choices when buying the white stuff that comes from cows.
Sean Nicholls A decision on whether explosive phone taps involving crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen are made public could be taken as early as Monday amid calls by Labor MPs on a parliamentary committee to move for their release.
Peter Martin Melbourne has pipped Sydney to become Australia's fastest-growing capital, but risks a "lost decade" after years of underinvestment in public transport.
Peter Martin New research sheds light on why so many high income Australians are reluctant to part with tax breaks. It's because they don't think they are well off.
Noel Towell Customs official says she "feared reprisals" if she didn't click the "agree" button.
Kelsey Munro Australia's foreign affairs department has copped criticism for being a digital dinosaur.
Steve Lillebuen The grief-stricken partner of a young woman hit by a car and killed while walking from a wedding urged everyone to treat their loved ones like a king or queen on Valentine's Day.
Allison Worrall, Steve Lillebuen A 27-year-old man has been arrested over the Hurstbridge train derailment that caused more than $3 million damage.
Mark Kenny, Chief Political Correspondent The shine has come off the Turnbull government, with its share of the vote now below that achieved by Tony Abbott in 2013.