A $7 GP fee would make the health system less sustainable by preventing patients from seeking treatment for chronic illnesses, requiring more expensive hospital care down the track, a Senate committee has found.
He's second to last in the shares race, but David Potts sees encouraging signs in the market.
With big companies returning sizeable increases in returns it's good times for income-seeking shareholders
The best case scenario to get our currency down is for economic growth in the US writes.
Comprehensive NSW high schools are increasingly doing their own selective testing and some are grouping classes based on NAPLAN results despite research showing that streaming can further disadvantage already marginalised students.
Which way will you go?
Very soon, nearly 1 million shareholders will have to decide whether to participate in the off-market buyback of $1 billion of Telstra shares. The good news is that ignoring this offer is unlikely to result in any significant loss for several reasons.
Rosalind and Benjamin Walcott's Red Hill property is a native wonderland that has starred in Open Gardens Australia and will now feature on stamps.
Doug Purdie, founder of a backyard bee revolution, dispels the myths and shares amazing facts on our vital pollinators.
Vegetables have interesting stories to tell, reckons author Simon Rickard, who combined his twin loves of gardening and history in a new book, writes Karen Hardy.