The first generation to spend their entire adolescence with smartphones seems to be growing up slowly.
Supermarkets have ditched lightweight plastic bags, but are standing by a ban on reusable containers.
In the last 20 years our population has grown by 28 per cent, but our waste has increased by 170 per cent.
On the NSW Central Coast there's an aged care home that has not just one, but half a dozen centenarians.
Photographer Angelica Dass's project 'Humanae' upends conventional notions of black and white skin tones.
Mischa Tropp, the chef behind the Southern Indian menu at The Rochey, shares his Keralan-style curry.
New limits on smoke created by backyard barbecues in Tasmania are being labelled 'un-Australian' and a 'joke'.
Are we capable of remembering events before the age of three? Some scientists say our first memories are fake.
A curious koala has been freed from a fence after he got his head stuck at a power station south of Adelaide.
The world is poised to turn a corner with driverless vehicles, and transport analysts are jumping on board.
At the height of her good fortune, Maryanne had no idea that one day she would be living out of a suitcase.
Geraint Thomas was booed on the podium while becoming the first Tour de France leader to ever win on Alpe d'Huez.
The arrival of dingoes may have played a role in the decline of Tasmanian tigers and devils on the mainland.
McDonald's is phasing out plastic straws across Australia by 2020, starting with a trial of paper straws.
David says a call from debt collectors was the first time he was told money was owing to Ambulance Victoria.
A blood test for melanoma could detect cancer cells before they spread, and save hundreds of lives each year.
80 per cent of the films in this year's Queensland Film Festival program are by women or non-binary directors.
Industry super outperforms retail funds for another financial year, with no bank-run funds making the 'top 10' list.
Did Australia's first pill testing trial result in less drug taking and lower rates of drug-related harm?
It's more important than ever to adopt good recycling habits. Here's what you can do to clean up your act.
A new initiative to stop shoppers squeezing avocados has resulted in a halving of bruised fruit and higher avocado sales.
Author Jay Ludowyke has traced the story of RMS Carpathia, the ship that came to the rescue of the Titanic.
Boomers trio Daniel Kickert, Thon Maker and Chris Goulding have been suspended for their role in the basketball brawl.
Donald Trump has asked national security adviser John Bolton to invite Vladimir Putin to Washington.
Most Australian cities have been adding fluoride to their water for decades, but there are eight NSW towns that don't.
It's very hard for a crossbencher to get into the House of Representatives, writes Michelle Grattan.
A study of data over the past 18 years found coral recovery after disturbances has significantly slowed down.
Your ticket to all the live music, news, photos, videos and backstage action from Splendour In The Grass 2018.
Open-plan offices have taken off, but do they really increase interaction and collaboration among workers?
Five years ago the MCG diverted 60 per cent of its waste away from landfill, and now it's 83 per cent.
As houses overtake prime farmland on the outskirts of Melbourne, growers are divided over whether to stay or sell up.
An expert panel describes the potential of algae as a game-changing sustainable resource for numerous industries.
Fairfax Media and News Corp have agreed to share their printing sites, which will see a number of plants ultimately close.
A national survey of Australian adults and teens has examined how social media is affecting their wellbeing.
Liz Cambage has ripped into the WNBA about attempts to suppress emotion in games to make them 'more ladylike'.
If people can 3D print a gun at home, restrictions on the manufacture and sale of weapons may become obsolete.
Treatments recommended to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients could be harmful, according to a patient group.
Blaming renewables for soaring power prices may have driven more people to install rooftop solar panels.
There's evidence osteopathy can reduce the need for pain medications, but little is known about how it works.
One year after doctors advised his parents to turn off life support, Tristan Sik has made an incredible recovery.
A dog offered up 'free to a good home' on Facebook turned up two weeks later in a pound with facial injuries.
The boss's Twitter has become essential to corporate PR, but one bad tweet can knock billions off a company.
According to data from Spotify, artists with the prefix lil are finding huge audiences at the moment.
One of Russia's newly built tournament stadiums has been damaged by heavy rain, just after the World Cup finished.
Paro the robotic seal provides unconditional love for a group of elderly aged care residents in Queensland.
Vladimir Putin is riding high after the World Cup and a meeting with Donald Trump, but is still under pressure.
Barack Obama has taken aim at 'strongman politics' in his highest-profile speech since leaving office.
NSW drivers will risk losing five demerit points if they're caught using their mobile phones behind the wheel.
If you've been out with your girlfriends, the end of the night is often punctuated by this: 'Text me when you get home!'