August 16, 2019

Parents warned after Down syndrome youngster was turned away from trampoline park

Eight-year-old Poppy-Mae was told she couldn't bounce due to rules changes
August 16, 2019

Author Lionel Shriver talks death, money and politics

The American-born, London-based writer discusses the topics we are told to keep quiet.
August 16, 2019

Spotlight: Picture this – the new you 20 years on

Photo editing apps are looking to the future, warts and all.
August 16, 2019

Revealed: the Fairfax family treasures to go under the hammer

Auction house Bonhams will release its catalogue for the Lady Mary Fairfax Estate and PS has been given an exclusive look at the 1000 items.
August 16, 2019

Sheffield United favourites to be relegated from Premier League-Wilder

Sheffield United may have accomplished wonders by gaining promotion from the third tier to the top flight in three seasons but they are still favourites to be relegated at the end of the season, manager Chris Wilder said on Friday.
August 16, 2019

Art that falls apart and grows

Eden Unearthed invites us to celebrate the wonder of natural processes.
August 16, 2019

Music reviews: Ride, Sleater-Kinney, Andras Schiff and more

Sleater-Kinnney's The Center Won't Hold, Robyn Archer's Classic Cabaret Rarities, Laurence Pike's Holy Spring, Andras Schiff's Franz Schubert, Joe Fiedler's Open Sesame and Ride's This Is not a Safe Place.
August 16, 2019

Composer Nigel Westlake harnesses grief in tribute to late sister

During the past decade, the much loved Australian composer has become an unintentional expert on grief.
August 16, 2019

Wordplay: Eye spy brand-new words

Coining words is an open-house joy, a chance for anyone to join the table, see which jigsaw piece might fit the semantic gap.
August 16, 2019

Why Women Kill: dark comedy-drama delivers soap on a trope

Like most soaps Why Women Kill starts light and frothy. And then it moves in for the kill.
August 16, 2019

Adam Goodes reveals the moment he decided to end his AFL career

In a rare interview, the AFL great says strangers are hugging him on the street and apologising for his treatment. He is now focused on a positive future.
August 16, 2019

Forgotten beneath Central: my family’s colonial struggle

Sydney is built on forgotten stories. Like that of the light-fingered Whittakers, whose tragic lives saw them buried under transport routes without recognition.