Matthew Knott George Christensen said his favourite response was from comedian Magda Szubanski.
A week in photos from award winning Sydney Morning Herald photographers.
Fergus Hunter Amid the chaotic and action-packed final sitting week of Parliament for 2016, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton quietly added a sixth property to his impressive and expanding portfolio.
Peter Munro Khaled al-Assad was beheaded by Islamic State for protecting some of the world's most important artefacts - and now others are taking up his fight.
Nassim Khadem Cyber attacks against Australian agencies, businesses and individuals are on the rise, but our nation still lacks the capability to defend.
Heath Aston Properties granted to World War Two veterans are among 150,000 hectares of farmland in northern Queensland that the Defence Department has earmarked for acquisition to allow Singaporean soldiers more room to train on Australian soil.
Georgina Mitchell Former Fairfax Media photographer Andrew Quilty has been awarded the Gold Walkley award for excellence in Australian journalism, for a striking photograph taken in the aftermath of a US airstrike in Afghanistan.
Noel Towell "Barnaby gave me a big cuddle," says Burke's Backyard host.
Jewel Topsfield and Karuni Rompies Thousands gather in Jakarta for the latest rally demanding the city's Chinese Christian governor be jailed for his alleged insult to the Koran.
Richmond’s artistic future is in safe hands, according to rotarian Geoff Nash.
Sydney, the Illawarra and much of the state's north will have a very high fire danger on Friday, ...
Local art patrons Kevin Oxley and Brian Jones have passed away.
White Ribbon Day activities at Colo High School to help stop violence against women.
On this week's podcast discuss yet another tragedy on Bells Line of Road, a new drug rehab centre ...
Hawkesbury High students set-up mock businesses for Australian Business Week.