It may feel like Australia is in a never-ending election cycle, as Tasmania and South Australia held elections across the weekend.
After sixteen years of Labor power, Tasmania voted in the Liberal party, with Will Hodgman to be the Premier.
In South Australia, neither of the major parties secured enough seats to form government, paving the way for a minority government.
Hundreds of people will gather in Melbourne this week to discuss health issues facing Aboriginal and Islander communities. But if you could overhear the conversation, you'd be as likely to hear about constitutional reform as anything relating to drugs or doctors. The biennial Congress Lowitja will mull over a broad range of issues, with everything from culture to constitutional recognition on the agenda.
Social media fueled protest movement - March in March resulted in thousands of anti-government and multi-issue campaigners marching through the streets of each capital city in Australia. But how effective can a negative message with positive protest actions be in capturing Federal Parliament's attention?
Green shoots are sprouting in suburbs doing it tough, as councils look to harvest the benefits from community gardens.
Research shows that community gardeners have a lower BMI than non-gardeners, which has the potential to change low socio-economic suburbs who suffer from more weight related issues.