"Don't teach your kids coding," says New York Times journalist Thomas Friedman. "Well - teach it if you want. But before you teach them coding, teach them digital civics: how to talk to one another on the internet, how to understand fact from fiction on the internet."
Anna Patty For eight years, the Zammit twins arrived at work an hour early so they could be home in time to pick their children up from school - freeing their working wives to get them off to school.
Adam Morton The Greens are pushing for a new public authority to take responsibility for Australia's beleaguered electricity system out of politicians' hands.
Peter Hannam Clouds have fascinated and frightened shepherds and seafarers alike and now modern-day weather geeks have a new event to celebrate - the first updated international cloud atlas in six decades.
Tom McIlroy Nearly half of all Liberals and 55 per cent of Labor MPs have previously worked as political advisers or government staffers.
Eryk Bagshaw and James Massola Treasurer Scott Morrison has urged financial regulators to crackdown on investor loans, warning restrictions have "worn off," allowing investors to storm back into the market hurting housing affordability levels and promoting surging household debt.
Adam Morton Calls for an extraordinary government intervention to keep the ailing Hazelwood coal power plant open have been rejected by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who said its closure would not affect electricity security.
Tom McIlroy Women make up 45 per cent of executives at the ABC, while just 12 per cent of senior staff come from non-English speaking backgrounds.
Jacob Saulwick Change is bearing in the form of a potential overhaul of what has been a feature of the village since 1824.
Chris Johnston The nine-year-old boy who survived an alleged attempted drowning by his mother in the Murray River is suffering post traumatic stress disorder in hospital and has not been eating, according to his family's lawyer.