The isolated island republic has updated its antiquated criminal code.
Anna Patty Workplace Editor Female career climbers have been urged to leave the ladder down instead of pulling it behind them after they reach the top.
Peter Hannam May and autumn will come close to being a record warm ones for Sydney, the state and the rest of Australia as the giant El Nino added a hot overlay to temperatures that are rising in the background here and in most parts of the world.
Peter Hannam, Environment editor The lead author of a consultants' report hailed by Environment Minister Greg Hunt as supporting the government's climate policies is a current member of the Liberal Party and a former candidate for the federal seat of Sydney.
Aisha Dow The hunt is on for a mystery $40 million Tattslotto winner in a tiny Victorian dairy town.
Jane Lee Health consumer groups have questioned whether Telstra will be able to profit from national cancer screening data.
Noel Towell But it's all about fairness, government insists.
Beau Donelly The Age asked readers who are Muslim what it is like to live in Australia and how they explain extremism and Islamophobia to their children. Dozens of people responded. A selection of their edited responses are below.
Mark Kenny The Turnbull government is pushing ahead with plans to place sensitive medical records under corporate management and will announce on Thursday that Telstra Health - a division of Telstra - has been awarded the contract to manage a new national cancer screening register from next year.
Aisha Dow The body of Melbourne woman who died on Mount Everest has been moved 300 metres down the mountain, in the first stage of an arduous operation to repatriate the Monash University lecturer to Australia.