Food companies are cutting salt, fat and sugar as consumers start to take more notice of health-star ratings.
Bridie Smith and Henrietta Cook Sexual harassment in academia is so entrenched that on multiple occasions Melbourne University physicist Katie Mack has warned students to avoid known perpetrators before they attended conferences, applied for graduate positions or visited departments.
Megan Levy A torn cardboard box and a mangled piece of metal could hold the key to solving the murder of a 58-year-old greyhound trainer who police say was blown up in a deliberate act in the NSW central tablelands earlier this year.
Julia Medew Health Editor The sexual revolution is producing a new wave of throat and tongue cancers among middle aged people who are falling victim to a rare side effect of the "common cold of sexually transmitted infections".
Benjamin Preiss, Clay Lucas Asian investors in Melbourne's CBD have been "stunned" by new rules restricting skyscraper density in the city centre, a planning consultancy that works extensively with overseas firms building apartment towers has warned.
Saffron Howden The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney has issued a call to arms for true believers to oppose same-sex marriage even if they are confronted with hatred and ridicule over their views.
Peter Hannam The Baird government has raised its energy savings goal 70 per cent by 2020 in a bid to limit rising electricity and gas bills, and save an extra 730,000 tonnes of carbon emission annually by the end of the decade.
Eryk Bagshaw The number of temporary teachers in NSW has increased by 40 per cent in five years, figures show.
Leesha McKenny Local Government minister Paul Toole tells councillors to back reforms or 'deprive your communities of the benefits of change'.
Anna Patty, James Massola A former manager of the construction company Thiess John Holland has admitted the firm issued bogus invoices to hide payments to the Victorian branch of the AWU.