With one of the world's most controversial thinkers on hand, Monday night's Q&A was bound to offer some curly conundrums. And so it was that Peter Singer came to the panel offering guidance on the following; how many slices of cake to eat at a kid's birthday party; guide dogs - good or bad?; and a diverting final debate that could really keep you up nights - should the courts grant human rights to chimpanzees?
Nick Miller The new Princess of Cambridge has been given a name that is a nod to history and to the 'people's princess'.
Ben Pobjie A battle royale took place in Kitchen Headquarters last night. For either Jac and Shaz, or Will and Steve, a dream will come true. For the other pair, life will cease to have any meaning whatsoever.
Jeremy Hearder Australia's ambassador had to deal with Nixon's fury at the 'lefties' in Canberra.
Ian McAuley, Miriam Lyons Do we really trust corporations more than elected governments?
J. R. Nethercote Australia lacks a comprehensive guide on how to manage government transitions.
It was blue for a boy and, er, yellow for a girl.
Liam Mannix Gold Logie winner Carrie Bickmore had Education Minister Christopher Pyne's face on her mind during childbirth.
Aja Styles Catch all the live action here from 7.30pm as Mt Isa's Jac and Shaz take on Pommies Will and Steve.
Persist and you realise there is intrigue aplenty in The Legacy.