The Coalition government could be heading for another bruising clash with Australia's military families over working conditions in the ADF with military advocates warning they will not accept cuts to entitlements in the new workplace deal.
Julia Medew and Rania Spooner Leading vascular surgeons, the Australian Medical Association and the Stroke Foundation are all warning the public to avoid a new charity that has partnered with Amcal pharmacies and workplaces to host GP consultations about stroke risks.
Kate Aubusson Two children and a young woman contracted measles and spent time in western Sydney while infectious
Esther Han The health insurance industry's report card shows one fund has shed more than 45,000 members.
James Robertson On Sydney's southern tip at Burraneer, Harry Magiros and Vicki Weeks are engaged in what could be, statistically, Sydney's most epic neighbourly dispute.
Melanie Kembrey A day care owner who amassed a multi-million dollar fortune through bogus government benefit claims has maintained her innocence, telling a psychologist she has no idea how or why she was found guilty.
Rachel Browne The Hillsong Church does not have a policy of offering financial compensation to people who have allegedly suffered child sexual abuse within the organisation, a royal commission has heard.
Amy Remeikis Pauline Hanson has compared Islam to a disease Australians need to vaccinate themselves against, a comment described by the deputy prime minister as "bat poo crazy".
Bridie Smith Scientists have found a way to reverse the ageing process, extending the lifespan of mice by 20 per cent and raising the prospect of an anti-ageing treatment for humans within a decade.
David Wroe, national security correspondent Attorney-General George Brandis has warned that the Islamic State group may scatter and form a "diaspora" caliphate around the world, including South-East Asia after its defeat in the Middle East.