She considers herself one of the lucky ones. "I lived," she said. "I got through without any serious long term problems."
Gareth Hutchens Business lobby groups and Treasurer Joe Hockey are concerned by the policy plan.
Lisa Cox Talks between the government and Labor toward a compromise on the renewable energy target appear to have again broken down, with the Opposition rejecting a new offer on Monday.
David Wroe, Defence Correspondent The Australian Defence Force is set to get its first Muslim Imam as part of a push to attract more recruits from different cultural and language backgrounds.
Peter Martin, Gareth Hutchens The federal government is so concerned about the presentation of this week's Intergenerational Report that it has spent $380,000 on focus groups to test reactions.
Mark Kenny, David Wroe The Coalition party room is expected to rubber stamp an expansion of Australia's military commitment to Iraq as early as Tuesday as Prime Minister Tony Abbott moves to capitalise on a poll recovery with a series of headline-grabbing policy initiatives this week.
Judith Ireland Australian of the Year Rosie Batty has a message for federal MPs: stop blaming the victims of domestic violence.
Mark Kenny Chief Political Correspondent Bill Shorten and Tony Abbott are bracing for what could be a pivotal week in their respective chances of survival now and in 2016.
Latika Bourke The campaign to install a new prime minister "is dying", with polls showing a "significant turnaround" for the government, according to a senior cabinet minister.
Mark Kenny Australian voters have thrown Tony Abbott a lifeline just as his internal opponents were shaping to dump him, with the latest Fairfax-Ipsos poll confirming a pro-government shift is under way.