The flu vaccine's effectiveness may have dropped below 40 per cent this year, experts say.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong have visited the frontline of the acute tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Benjamin Preiss The living standards of low-paid workers were not taken into account by the industrial umpire when it decided to slash penalty rates, the hospitality workers' union has told the Federal Court.
Steven Trask and Katie Burgess It is believed she died after complications linked to the flu.
Eryk Bagshaw The Turnbull government has clawed back $4 billion from the budget deficit by making billions of dollars less in payments to people on social welfare and the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and to the immigration detention system.
Adam Gartrell, Political Correspondent Will a Queensland hotelier who got just 19 votes at last year's federal election be the nation's next senator?
C. E. W. Bean This story has been compiled from several published in The Sydney Morning Herald between 26th and the 28th of September, 1917
Peter Hannam Barnaby Joyce has been accused of a conflict of interest due to claims he could personally benefit from the Turnbull government's push to develop coal seam gas.
Michael Koziol, Legal affairs reporter "It is love and it is valuable, but it's not, and it can't be, the kind of love that we call marriage."
Nicole Hasham The Berejiklian government has comprehensively failed to develop enough gas reserves to help Australia head off grave shortages and keep power bills low, according to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.