Shocking photos from inside a Melbourne school reveal broken bathroom mirrors, dirty drinking troughs and holes in walls, with one father claiming conditions have not improved in 3 years. The school principal says new buildings and refurbishments are happening now.
Should the damage have been allowed to go this far? #Studio10
A Brisbane man who lost his arm and suffered internal injuries after having a stroke has been told by the Federal Government that he doesn't generate enough points to qualify for a disability pension. Instead, the department believed he could work at least 15 hours a week and put him on Newstart.
Mardi Gras started out as a protest movement which fought against brutality, and Renedezview writer Seb Starcevic is asking if we still need it. He argues that some will look at the glitter-drenched, over-the-top celebration of the LGBT community and wonder if this is how we should be approaching the equal rights struggle.
One of the richest men in the world, American billionaire Warren Buffett, says his secretary is taxed at a higher rate than he is. Now there's a push in the Labor Party to introduce a "Buffett Rule" to stop rich Australians paying low rates of tax.
What do you think - how much tax should we be paying? #Studio10
"People come into your life for a reason... and I have no doubt whatsoever in my mind that Jon and I were meant to come together."
Jon English was adored by fans worldwide, especially by his partner of 10 years, Coralea. In this exclusive interview, Coralea opens up about Jon's personal struggles, their relationship, how she dealt with his passing. #Studio10
A Brisbane teenager has posted a video on Snapchat showing her verbally abusing a taxi driver for getting lost. Seven News aired the footage showing the 19-year-old's verbal attack, but the girl has thanked them for the coverage saying she's got more followers from it. She claims the driver kept the meter running while making wrong turns.
Over 800,000 households and businesses will have their current phone disconnected this year when the old copper lines are ripped out in a forced migration to the National Broadband Network. But there are concerns that older Australians won't realise the change and will be cut off unexpectedly. #Studio10
The billion dollar stadiums and infrastructure built less than six months ago for the Rio Olympics are now left crumbling. The electricity has been turned off in the Maracanã Stadium because of unpaid bills and plans to turn some venues into schools hasn't been followed through.
The I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Australia elimination last night saw the first Aussie sent home. Jay Laga'aia speaks with us about being a camp leader, spills on the other contestants and tells us who he thinks will win. #Studio10