We hereby introduce "National Get a VPN Day."
Out of 1,657 participants, 80 percent said they felt upset by "no" campaign materials, and two-thirds felt anxious or distressed.
Maranoa, in rural Queensland, holds the dubious honour. Still, only just over 50 percent of its residents are against marriage equality.
It's looking very unlikely same-sex marriage will be legalised in Australia in 2016.
Crossbench senator David Leyonhjelm has made a formal complaint to the Australian Human Rights Commission saying a Fairfax columnist racially abused him.
The Prime Minister has laid down a timeline for a public vote, which could cost anywhere between $160 million and $525 million.
Jamie Williams is the first Australian ever charged under the foreign fighter laws. But he wasn't trying to join ISIS. He was trying to fight against them.
If passed, the laws will lower the age that control orders can be applied and extend the period police can hold a terror suspect without charge.
We asked a few art students and recent grads about what they're going to do after this current round of funding cuts truly sinks in.
"For every one lawyer that we lose, that's 240 Indigenous people that will miss out on representation."
The Australian Federal Police are investigating whether the government tried to corruptly entice Gillian Triggs into leaving her post as Human Rights Commission president.