If there had been any doubt about the importance of electricity privatisation in this election it was dispelled when Mike Baird and Luke Foley went head to head for the first time.
Bridie Smith We've all done it. Ripped open a packet of soap in a hotel bathroom only to use it a couple of times before checking out and heading home.
Amanda Dunn Just 15 weeks into her first pregnancy and carrying twins, Jo and her husband Troy were given a terrible choice: terminate the pregnancy, or have surgery on the twins in utero in an attempt to save their lives.
Mark Kenny, Jared Lynch, Madeleine Heffernan Some of the nation's top business leaders have turned on Prime Minister Tony Abbott declaring leadership instability is harming confidence, as backbenchers urge the cabinet to end the uncertainty.
Allison Worrall Facebook has rolled out new suicide prevention and support tools for vulnerable users and their concerned family and friends.
Melburnians will struggle to buy a purebred puppy or kitten when the Victorian government's little-known plan to ban their sale in pet shops and online takes effect, the dog breeding industry says.
Patrick Hatch A Melbourne man has reportedly been killed in a motorcycle accident on the popular holiday island Phuket, in Thailand.
Carolyn Cummins Sydney is undergoing a university building boom, with major developments on two of the city's oldest and newest campuses moving ahead during the week.
Dan Harrison Private health insurance premiums will rise by a weighted industry average of 6.18 per cent from April 1, Health Minister Sussan Ley has announced.
Adam Carey Victoria's 70km/h and 90km/h speed limits are set to stay after the Andrews government scrapped plans to progressively remove them, but the decision contradicts the TAC's position on road safety.