They owe the biggest amounts on credit cards - and they're the least likely to pay off their balance in full each month.
After failing to appear at the royal commission's inquiry into Knox Grammar School, former teacher Christopher Fotis has been apprehended and gives his evidence. He is widely suspected to be the "balaclava man" who allegedly sexually assaulted a year 8 boarder in his bed.
Judith Ireland The Abbott government will spend almost $250 million on a two year nanny trial program, providing funding to about 10,000 children.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The Islamic State terror group and similar violent jihadist movements are an even greater threat to world order than communism was during the Cold War, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has said.
Charities have urged Australians to donate to earthquake relief efforts after thousands were killed and many more were injured when a 7.9 magnitude quake struck Nepal.
Rachel Olding He flirted and he was lazy but there was another big flaw in Australian jihadist doctor Tareq Kamleh's character.
Judith Ireland Acting Labor leader Tanya Plibersek's push to make Labor MPs vote for same-sex marriage has sent shockwaves through the party with at least one MP promising to cross the floor if they had to support the reform.
Patrick Begley "Champion, you gotta pull a little to the left, you can't keep to the middle of the road", Bosnich told the cyclist after winding his car window down.
Megan Levy On April 6, Australian man Tyronne White posted on his Facebook page that he was about to embark on a three-week trek between Kathmandu and the Chinese border.
James Massola Treasurer Joe Hockey says Australia's AAA credit rating is safe so long as the federal budget is on a credible trajectory back to surplus, pushing back against a warning the rating was "vulnerable" from financial system inquiry chairman David Murray.
As April 25 dawned, the 100th commemoration of Anzac Day began across the nation.