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A new development in the call for the reopening of the Bowraville murders case
Miscarriage can be lonely and isolating with people reluctant to share the news of pregnancy loss. Workplaces are being encouraged to recognize the emotional and psychological impact.
Author Vivian Gornick grew up in the Bronx, but dreamed of a glittering life in Manhattan. But it never quite happened.
In 1981 author Philip Norman wrote a biography of the Beatles which portrayed John Lennon as the genius and Paul McCartney as merely the musical journeyman. He now redresses the balance in a new biography of Paul.
The thought of marrying someone we have only met a few times or have never met at all is an idea that could cause considerable anxiety in some people.
Can you imagine running one hundred kilometres a day for 50 days straight?
How do you feel about gender segregation?
Writer Nick Earls on the envy he feels of his friends shiny, happy Facebook posts - when his own life looks nothing like that.
A journey of 800km on foot became much more than a physical journey for novelist and historian Jean-Christophe Rufin.