The top 10 new species
ABC News | A cartwheeling spider, a graceful sea slug and a "chicken from hell" are among the strangest species discovered last year.
Students 'Shake It Off'
ABC Open | Australian students give Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" an animated makeover, with the result going viral.
Games to help stroke survivors
ABC NEWS | The world's largest trial of computer gaming technology in rehabilitation is underway at hospitals in Sydney and Adelaide.
Draw your hero
ABC Local | An Adelaide art project had 282 students draw a hero who shaped them, and the results brought the coordinator to tears.
The Eurovision quiz
ABC NEWS | Australia is competing at this year's Eurovision Song Contest. But how much do you really know about Eurovision?
ABC RN | Meet a group of paragliders who say they're addicted to the feeling of soaring high above the ground.
Falling through the Earth
ABC SCIENCE | If you could jump through a hole in the Earth, how long would it take to get to the other side?
The Tattooed Lady
ABC News | Meet 'Cindy Ray', Australia's original tattooed lady, and one of the country's first female tattoo artists.
Men's mental health
ABC RN | Early intervention is key to helping men suffering mental health issues in silence.
New food pyramid
ABC Health | If fad diets have you confused, take a look at Australia's new healthy eating guide.
ABC News | Eight things you need to know about the song contest.
See the sea sparkle
ABC News | 'Sea Sparkles' put on sensational light show on the beaches of southern Tasmania.
Croc Hunter reunion
Australian Story | Some of the original members of Steve Irwin's crack croc team reunite nearly a decade after his death.
Myanmar's changing media
ABC Radio National | A free press is slowly emerging in Myanmar as the country transitions to democracy.