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Kate Turner has a dark addiction where she helps out others purely for self-gratification. Don’t worry, she’s decided to get help.
Maciej Radny looks at the career of Arnold Schwarzenegger: The embodiment of the rise and subsequent fall of the American dream.
With Meriton allegedly filtering its negative TripAdvisor reviews, Dr Matthew Beard fears the PR damage caused far outweighs what they limited.
We tasked Paris Portingale to find a solution to save the expiring Australia Post and he has (in typical Paris fashion)…
Telling students not to worry too much about HSC results only works if we also explain the importance of it, writes Matthew Beard.
Would you buy a house that once hosted a brutal murder? Your creepy real estate agent Ugur Nedim has a listing of the nation’s more notorious properties.
Tom Caru outlines the positives of the tiny house movement, explaining how the reduction in size allows growth in other areas.
With today being World Smile Day, Maria Tedeschi lends a mother’s view on the scientific study behind the smiling habits of babies.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads shed light on the murky history of conjugal visits, the world of canyoneering and Scientology’s battle against the net.
Brand new TBS writer Kate Turner lives in the age of “self” and after giving it some thought, suspects everything we selfify is really just a way to reach beyond ourselves.
After recently re-watching his favourite movie, and not enjoying it, Steven Barnes discovers that nostalgia isn’t what it used to be.
As Willow & Jaden Smith’s influence grows in Hollywood, we asked mum Maria Tedeschi whether she thought smugness in kids was an issue.
New Australian citizen Chetna Prakash reflects on the many places she has called home and the correlation between citizenship and identity.
Chris from Newtown used Ashley Madison this one time and all he got out of it was a heated exchange with a spambot….and then the scandal broke.
New TBS writer Georgia Hitch has escaped the small town she was born in, and now living in Sydney; she sees similarities between the two.
TBS Editor Mathew Mackie walks the shostakovich line daily. The fine line between being ‘educated’ and being a ‘wanker’.
The mind of van Gogh, a Romanian trying to escape stereotype and the cop who sparked the Ferguson riots, in this week’s Long Reads from Rich Jackson.
Victoria Cotman sees the incoming flood of rudeness washing away all traces of etiquette, as she tries to make us see the warning signs.
Newly minted TBS writer Rob Idol gazes at the recent racial tension in Australia and finds solace in an unlikely source…the one and only Pauline Hanson.
After the weekend’s Reclaim Australia rallies, Maiya Elali got to wondering who we are. Are we what we claim to be …or are we something else?
Looking beyond the Bronwyn Bishop issue, Corey Farrell examines the Auspol landscape and cares not for what he sees.