Christine Long More and more people are embracing a global movement that says what's mine is yours.
Kathy Sundstrom An angry mother has sought legal advice after her seven-year-old son was "scarred for life" climbing the HMAS Brisbane memorial at Alexandra Headland.
Lisa Bryant Women are a pesky gender. They are going along, doing their bit for the economy and being productive members of the workforce and then boom.
Richard Glover In helping your child buy a property or buying it for them are you also taking something from them?
Darren Gray Should supermarkets have a designated Australian-only aisle, or aisles, to make supporting our farmers and companies easier?
Sarah MacDonald Sarah MacDonald on how excessive wealth can ruin children’s lives.
Nina Hendy Bringing the kids to work often proves a challenge for parents and workplaces alike.
Sandy Smith If you think building your own house is a passport to getting your dream home, think again.
Nicole Elphick Here are seven smart steps you should take towards building up a healthy super.
Nicole Elphick How single mother Jack Monroe became the face of austerity blogging, and quite possibly, a revolution.
Matt Wade, Caroline Zielinski Kai Van Lieshout is just 11, but he is already on his way to becoming a pet-food millionaire.
JUSTINE DAVIES Stores are likely to have their Christmas decorations up and their carols on the loudspeakers any day now, making it a great time to start saving money for Christmas - here are five easy ways to make it happen.
Julia Baird This election campaign has officially pitched tents in Topsy Turvy Land. One candidate after the other has backflipped, redoubled and channelled their spiritual opposite for the purposes of sport and spin.
Sylvia Pennington meets two families who have become adept at making ends meet with only one pay packet.
Sarah Whyte Children as young as 10 are taken out of school and work 70-hour weeks in cotton fields to meet the demand we create.
Matt Wade The gender pay gap gets plenty of attention. But what about the pocket money gap? Just as men tend to get paid more than women, boys tend to get more pocket money than girls.
Melanie Hearse Could you use a free after hours service that brings the doctor to your home? Well there is one available and Melanie Hearse claims it is as awesome as she dreamed it would be.
STEPHANIE PEATLING Children growing up in single parent families are one of the groups most likely to face ongoing and entrenched disadvantage, a new report warns.
JENNA CLARKE It's a world where children can earn up to $80 an hour and latch onto a pathway to international stardom.
Steph Croft Let me guess, you're reading this ''working from home'' because you couldn't get your children a space at a vacation care program.
Cal Wilson How did we end up here? Surrounded by urbane children who wear hats, and order their own babyccinos?
Stephanie Peatling The cost of raising children has risen 50 per cent in the past five years with a middle-income family now spending $812,000 on two children, new modelling shows.
Shane Green, Rachel Browne A bleak picture of disadvantage among single parents forced onto Newstart has emerged, with a new Salvation Army report finding the contentious policy has compounded levels of deprivation.
MATT WADE With the scrapping of the baby bonus, changes to the paid parental leave scheme and family payment supplements, here is an overview of what some of the changes will look like for families.
LINDY ALEXANDER Raising kids who care - how volunteering helps develop children's compassion.
Nina Hendy The only way to get off the treadmill of living from one pay packet to the next is to commit to a household budget.
VICTORIA BIRCH Do you ever take notice of where your child's cheap outfit was made? The Bangladesh tragedy has highlighted the need for us all to be better informed but where do you buy ethical clothes that don't cost a fortune?
RICK FENELEY Families such as these are swelling the ranks of people forced to seek help from Australia's charities.