Exclusive: The untold history of Australia’s invasion
Most people think they know the history of Australia's invasion. But there's another side to the story that has been largely untold -- until now. Here, in an extract from The Completely True History of Australia, this story is told for the first time
Top four tourist hot-spots to see before they’re destroyed by tourism
There are many famous locations being destroyed by tourism, so make sure you visit quickly before they’re gone!
Heading to the beach on Australia Day? Why not check out Cronulla!
If you're wanting to do something really Aussie on Australia Day, head down to Cronulla, and soak up the heritage of the site of Australia's most famous race riot
The Chaser Guide to Having a Baby
Having a baby is a big decision. Ultimately, it's up to you to work out how to manage it, but if there is one piece of advice that every new parent agrees on it is this: DON'T DO IT. BACK OUT NOW, WHILE YOU STILL
Forget the Genocide! 5 Ways To Celebrate This Australia Day
The best way to bring all Australians together is to force the group complaining about it to shut up and put up with the date that’s already been decided because it’s not like, from your perspective, there’s anything wrong with it
This Australia Day, tour the place where our constitution was enacted
You might be thinking we’re talking about the Melbourne Club or even the Tattersall’s Club in Sydney? Nup – it’s none other than the true-blue, dinky-di Parliament of United Kingdom in downtown London
A father’s guide to not looking like a paedophile at the playground
Fairfax columnist Kasey Edwards recently declared that she refuses to let any male babysit her children. In response, here's our top six suggestions on what NOT to do at the park if you want to escape chemical castration
Matching the right wine with your disappointing child
Parenting is hard. We all know that, and no-one knows it better than Chris Taylor, who’s never had kids. How does he juggle the demands of a high-pressure job with being a dad? Chris doesn’t have to
The Chaser’s Guide to the Australian Films of 2016
The industry is holding out that 2016 will be the year for gritty $40,000 films set in the suburbs starring David Field
Leaked: The Peter (Dutton) Papers
Peter Dutton says he’s “proud” of last weekend’s announcement that he has removed children from detention centres. However, the evidence suggests otherwise. The following