Die elegantly while you run up the hill, I say to myself, before I die inelegantly, folding forward with my hands on my knees and gasping for air from burning lungs.
Bridie Smith, Science Editor The genes you inherit from your parents have a say in how long you stay at school and whether you go to university, according to the results of one of the world's largest genetic studies.
Mark Molloy It’s known as the dreaded 2:30 feeling.
Kelsey Munro, Education reporter The Auditor-General says the government has hoarded hundreds of millions in funding budgeted for the early childhood sector, while high fees keep many families from sending their kids to childcare or preschool.
Sarah Berry As an inconsistent meditator, who understands the benefits but doesn't find this enough to motivate me into action, I was intrigued by the secret of one teacher who has meditated upon waking for 40 years.
JENNIFER HOAR DUBBO nurses are set to meet with hospital management to try to solve Dubbo Hospital's staffing shortage.
Kelsey Munro There is a way to minimise the impact of a student's background, an expert says.
Sally Pryor What's on in Canberra's arts scene from May 27
Bridie Smith Parents, cut yourselves some slack. Doctors say letting your child cry itself to sleep is no reason for you to lose any yourself.
Kate Aubusson Talking about his sex life is not a comfortable prospect for Tom Spillane, but this anxiety pales in comparison to a gnawing fear that dogged him for much of his 20s.
This week take a look back at photos from May 1994.