Of Schapelle Corby's sojourn in Bali, perhaps the most polite thing that can be said is this: the return home was a lot better planned than the departure.
Inga Ting Nearly one third of the 545 Australians currently imprisoned or facing charges overseas were convicted or arrested for drug-related crimes.
Stephanie Peatling A Liberal leaning think tank has written to all MPs urging them to vote against the Turnbull government's bank levy saying it amounts to "quasi nationalisation" of the major banks and will impede economic growth.
Adam Morton Sam Al Maraee says he is lucky. When his parents and sisters in Baghdad faced death threats unless they embraced Islamic State's perverted brand of Islam, he had the means to give them a chance most of the world's 21 million refugees will never have.
Timna Jacks Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has not backed ambitious calls for the Federal Government to sign a treaty with the First Nations, warning the Australian public is "conservative" when it comes to constitutional change.
Toby Crockford Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has landed in Brisbane.
The Corby family has expressed their gratitude for the support given to them during the 13 years since Schapelle was caught with marijuana on arrival in Bali.
Michael Gordon at Uluru The people of Mutitjulu have a rock on which to build their recovery.
Esther Han If an insurer-preferred smash repairer causes further damage to a car, should the insurance company pay all the subsequent costs, including replacing the vehicle?
Adam Gartrell, Health Correspondent The Medicare rebate freeze will remain in place for tens of millions of GP services - including mental health plans and chronic disease management - for another three years under little-known details of the Turnbull government's budget.