First published in Sydney Morning Herald, August 9, 2008
When Amber Jones* was a year old she was left to sleep in her own vomit by her parents as part of a popular baby sleep-training regimen known as controlled crying.
First published in The Sydney Morning Herald, July 26, 2008
Mullumbimby saw itself as a refuge from ruinous development – until Woolworths entered the fray.
First published in Good Weekend, November 8, 2003
One in four Australian babies is now born via the scalpel and, if the trend continues, natural birth may become obsolete. Kate Hamilton reports on why we’ve lost our faith in nature and what it’s costing women.
First published in Good Weekend, March 29, 2003
William S. Burroughs loathed it, Timothy Leary loved it, but most people scarcely know it exists. It’s DMT, a powerful hallucinogen that offers a mind-blowing and sometimes terrifying high … as well as a possible explanation for everything from schizophrenia to alien encounters.