An intensive care nurse convicted of serious child pornography offences involving images of sadism and bestiality accessed over four years has been allowed to care for patients again.
Julia Medew Health Editor The sexual revolution is producing a new wave of throat and tongue cancers among middle aged people who are falling victim to a rare side effect of the "common cold of sexually transmitted infections".
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent Self-regulation of sports odds in live broadcasts has failed to quell community concern and a review of online gambling laws should be expanded to include gambling advertising rules.
Larissa Nicholson and Linda Pearce Up-and-comer Thanasi Kokkinakis says Nick Krygios yelling and smashing racquets is good for tennis.
Ben Schneiders A serious cloud hangs over Bill Shorten's record as a union leader. He ran a union that took $300,000 from an employer in disguised payments based on fraudulent invoices as part of a deal that hugely benefited that employer.
Bridie Smith and Henrietta Cook Sexual harassment in academia is so entrenched that on multiple occasions Melbourne University physicist Katie Mack has warned students to avoid known perpetrators before they attended conferences, applied for graduate positions or visited departments.
Craig Butt, Health Reporter Toddlers as young as 18 months are having rotting teeth pulled out, and in some cases older children are having all of their baby teeth removed in major operations, dentists say.
Clay Lucas The removal of a pier on the St Kilda foreshore where a jetty has stood since 1894 has angered locals, including relatives of the family that built the structure decades ago.
Michael Bachelard, Matthew Knott and Henrietta Cook A Fairfax investigation exposed a dodgy vocational college, which will now lose its registration