A closer look at a vocal member of the No to same-sex marriage campaign reveals a church on a mission to take over the state.
Crikey has a look at the scalping phenomenon and how secondary ticket markets make their money.
Travel insurance is a necessity for peace of mind, however you likely won't be covered if a victim of terrorism, explains Bhakthi Puvanenthiran.
TV spots featuring cricketers Muttiah Muralitharan and Lasith Malinga are not likely to prevent illegal immigration from Sri Lanka, writes freelance journalist Bhakthi Puvanenthiran.
Some local Sri Lankan communities are claiming last night’s airing of Channel 4’s highly graphic documentary “Sri Lankas Killing Fields” on 4 Corners provides an opportunity for a renewed conversation despite a highly varied response.
For the past three weeks, users of the Our Say website have been posting political questions and visitors have been voting on which question they would most like to see answered, writes freelance journalist Bhakthi Puvanenthiran.
Eating curry on a Wednesday night doesn't mean you're not a racist, and it doesn't make Australia a safer place for international students, writes Bhakthi Puvanenthiran.
In an Australian first, Sydney University and ANZ have announced an all-in-one access card, ID card and Visa reloadable prepaid card, as part of a move towards a "cash-free campus", writes Bhakthi Puvanenthiran.
The problem with the message of the Youth Decide survey is that in the overwhelmingly complex science and politics of climate change it seems somehow too simple, writes Bhakthi Puvanenthiran.