The former member for Wentworth is doing the rounds of the branches 14 years after being deposed by the future PM
Emily Baker "For some of these young people, it's a square peg into a round hole. We provide a square hole."
Sean Nicholls Material has been distributed to schools and parishes across the state.
Kirsty Needham Tokyo: Ten years ago, Australian produce had a reputation in Japan as cheap, says Sydney chef turned Tokyo restaurateur Matthew Crabbe.
Ben Schneiders, Royce Millar Domino's delivery driver Casey Salt is taking on her employer and one of Australia's biggest unions.
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor It took Julia Gilchrist 10 years and 200 job applications to finally get work that used her skills and gave her long-term career prospects.
Nick O'Malley Even as Nick Xenophon was confessing, he was making terrible puns.
Pallavi Singhal The University of Sydney will for the first time publish its minimum ATARs for entry into most courses in a bid to provide more certainty for students.
Michael Koziol, legal affairs correspondent Australia's most senior Catholic has warned the church's 180,000 employees must uphold its teachings "totally".
Michaela Whitbourn He proposed with a $15,500 diamond engagement ring and showered his beloved in lavish gifts. Then he broke off the engagement and demanded she give them back.