International full-fee paying students are studying the most over-crowded schools in Sydney at the same time as the NSW Department of Education clamps down on out-of-area enrolments.
Julia Medew, Health Editor A senior surgeon who has been responsible for training junior doctors at Victoria's largest public hospital service has been accused of bullying, triggering multiple investigations into her conduct.
Clare Kermond Time-sensitive second-stage treatment for transgender kids is costly and subject to delays, which is causing massive distress to to this vulnerable group.
Paul McGeough Amidst uncertainty over his planned expansion into Australia, sponsored and part-funded by Canberra, the Danish climate contrarian Bjorn Lomborg is unapologetic over secret donor funding and his own, at times, very large salary as head of the Copenhagen Consensus Centre
The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of The Herald's editorial cartoonist.
Nassim Khadem The combined impact of the two budgets for low and middle income people was "devastating", new analysis by the Australian Council of Social Service shows.
Matt Holden The friendly vibe at Adeney helps to keep customers coming back.
Hannah Francis Two more homes caught alight in NSW this week thanks to faulty Samsung washing machines, more than 83,000 of which are potentially still in use across Australia.
Tom McIlroy The ACT government says a new report highlighting booming congestion on Northbourne Avenue has bolstered its case for light rail as gridlock on some of Canberra's busiest roads increases as much as 20 per cent by 2031.
Judith Ireland Labor leader Bill Shorten has accused Prime Minister Tony Abbott of "insulting the intelligence" of Australians by refusing the offer any help to the thousands of asylum seekers fleeing Myanmar and Bangladesh