Plus, the new census data shows 'no religion' is more popular than any other category of religion.
Plus, ID scanners have been introduced across 180 Queensland venues - we hit the Brisbane streets to find out how they're wo Where the Petya cyber attack came from and the damage it's done, new four-part podcast looks at one of the most horrific crimes in Australia's history - the murder of Maria James in 1980, and why did police arrest streakers at Melbourne's Community Cup Should you take mental health sick days?
Author Sophie Hardcastle says she took one at her cafe job, and got fired.
Plus, what does getting knocked out 30 times do to a young bull rider's brain?
New stats show partner violence is the most common reason for women to be hospitalised, and we go back to Mount Isa, where police and community groups are working with young Indigenous men to break the cycle of reoffending.
The push to decriminalise abortion in Queensland meets Nationals party opposition, an appeal of the landmark Palm Island decision is dropped, and a parliamentary committee recommends no changes to section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act.
What the decision to reduce Sunday penalty rates means for you, scientists discover seven Earth-size planets orbiting a nearby star, and we look at a gritty new film about being gay and running away from home.
Treasurer Scott Morrison talks housing affordability, drug testing, and other budget issues, we go live to the protest at the Sydney University screening of The Red Pill, and why did President Trump fire the head of the FBI?
France rejects nationalism and elects it's youngest ever president, 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron, mass fence-jumping at Groovin the Moo Canberra, and police sniffer dogs hit Melbourne CBD in an operation to reduce overdoses.
Author, ex-Muslim and anti-Islam campaigner Ayaan Hirsi Ali has cancelled her upcoming tour over security concerns, we speak to her biggest critics; plus the project mapping where Melbourne women feel unsafe.