"Because being in your 20s does not automatically render you exempt from every medical condition."
Peter Hartcher COMMENT: The Western world this week crossed a threshold into a new intolerance. Australia seems to have crossed the ugly threshold too.
Garry Linnell COMMENT: This is a tough case for you, isn't it. You're opposed to capital punishment on all the usual grounds.
Craig Henderson looks at Apple's strategy to turn product launches into news events.
COMMENT: The politician personifies – with spooky accuracy – a long and dark and deeply Australian tradition for dealing with immigrants.
Kerri Sackville COMMENT: Before I begin, let me set the record straight: I did not watch much of The Bachelor.
Since the Mumford-Franklin sledging incident, it's clear personal attacks can amount to bullying - and the players need to draw a line in the sand.
Craig Henderson It's 35 years since Dale Buggins' tragic death. Craig Henderson remembers Australia's troubled motorcycle daredevil.
Adam Gartrell COMMENT: Tony Abbott's grin said it all. When the former prime minister left Parliament House after Thursday's embarrassing lower house debacle he looked perilously close to schadenfreude overdose.
Alan Stokes A hug or kiss is always fine, and a cheap plastic backscratcher might work but try something more meaningful.
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