Kiwis living in Australia who are overdue with repayments could be arrested on returning to New Zealand.
The NSW public school system is facing a $7 billion shortfall and declining standards unless the government doubles its spending over the next two decades to meet the state's growing population, a leaked report reveals.
Hughes Primary celebrates its 50th anniversary by partying like its 1964.
Sam Clarke was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13. On Tuesday, Sam showed how far he had come since beating Hodgkin's lymphoma for a second time. He flooded a football pitch with a thousand students draped in yellow to raise awareness for RUOK?.
The NSW government has announced a state-wide report card for preschoolers that will enable kindergarten teachers to preview children coming into their classrooms.
Young women who develop breast cancer do not get the help and support they need, and many are suffering long-term financial and emotional consequences, the National Breast Cancer Foundation says.
The man was obviously emotional, recalls Simon Benson. But he did not cry. Instead he asked what was possibly the hardest question of his life: How can I help my mother die?
Lender's insurance can cost thousands and actually protects the bank, not the borrower writes David Potts.
The Australian education system is in worse shape now than when David Gonski handed down his damning assessment of it three years ago, with academic performance sliding and the gap between advantaged and disadvantaged students widening.
As the fizz flows out of the mining sector wages are falling, but the country is growing. The reason, writes David Potts, is low interest rates.