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    Abuse in care versus not in care: we need to tackle potential bias in a national redress scheme

    No other government redress scheme has included children who were abused both in care and...

    Grattan on Friday: Turnbull’s excoriation of Joyce has changed the game, but how?

    Turnbull’s approach went from initially staying solid with Joyce by saying as little as possible to...

    Governments shouldn’t be so hasty in declaring victory on wages policy

    One of the paradoxes of wage policy is that ultimately governments are held responsible and...

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      Listen To Older Voices – Rosalyn Thornton: Part 2

      Welcome to Listen To Older Voices, a program produced by Rob Greaves for Uniting Melba and podcast through the Toorak Times and Tagg. Listen To...

      Looking forward – to 2018

      A very Merry Christmas, And a happy new year,  Let's hope it's a good one, Without any fear. 2017 is over and for many people, it may...

      Explainer: the politics of heavy metal

      A Black Sabbath fan on stage at a rock concert   in Finland. Anssi Koskinen/flickr The popular mythology of heavy metal begins with an amputation....

      Sunday essay: the art of the pinch – popular music and appropriation

      The Rolling Stones performing in Hamburg during the ‘No Filter’ European tour: the band’s legacy is entwined with the pioneers of black American...

      Announcing the Australian Premiere of HAND TO GOD

      ALEKSANDAR VASS & VASS PRODUCTIONS PRESENT  The Smash Hit Broadway Comedy ...

      The Australian Road Crew Association (ARCA) releases incredibly rare recordings – New Desk Tape...

      Now rare and classic Aussie tracks will help the roadies who supported the bands who recorded them The ARCA Desk Tape Series is an...
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        2 - 18 MARCH Victoria Gardens, Prahran When a group of young socialites from Melbourne become shipwrecked on the shores of a strange island, they are forced to fend for themselves. Separated from her twin brother and believing him lost at sea, the determined Viola steps out to explore this mysterious land....
        I was taken aback with hilarity as the plot of this very funny and silly play Love Bird unfolded. The story of a modern Australian family, PC dad, Richard, Matt Tester, foul mouthed mum, Joan played by Beth Liston and their little princess’, Franny (Jessica Martin), need for companionship of...
        Australian Premiere  at The Alex Theatre – St Kilda Strictly limited season from Feb 22 – Mar 18 www.handtogod.com.au  Book Now at: TICKETEK.COM.AU   The funniest and filthiest broadway show in years finally arrives in Australia. An irreverent, occasionally shocking, and perpetually hysterical romp to hell and back, Hand To God’s exploration of the ideas of faith,...

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        Here’s what you need to know about the new flu vaccines for over-65s

        Older people’s immune systems don’t respond to flu vaccines as well as younger people’s. Shutterstock In an attempt to avoid a repeat of last year’s horror flu season, Health Minister Greg Hunt announced last Monday the...

        Deposit schemes reduce drink containers in the ocean by 40%

        Uncountable numbers of drink containers end up in the ocean every year. Shutterstock Plastic waste in the ocean is a global problem; some eight million metric tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean every year. One possible...

        Overfishing Is A Huge Problem. Here’s What You Need To Know

        Overfishing Is A Huge Problem. Here's What You Need To Know   Humans have an uncanny ability for destruction. This isn’t intentional. It’s somehow hardwired into us. In fact, the very skills that have allowed us...

        So many public toilets are a last resort – why not a restful refuge?

        Functional, yes. Possibly clean, too. But most of our public toilets aren’t inviting. Kgbo/Wikimedia Commons In the late 1980s our friends living on Sydney’s Palm Beach in the old Beacon Tea Rooms had no flushing...

        Can diet improve the symptoms of endometriosis? Sadly, there’s no clear answer

        Every woman and her disease are different, and each will respond in her own way to different types of foods.  from shutterstock.com There is no cure for endometriosis, a condition affecting one in ten...

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        Abuse in care versus not in care: we need to tackle potential bias in...

        No other government redress scheme has included children who were abused both in care and not in care. AAP/Mick Tsikas The proposed Commonwealth redress scheme for...

        Grattan on Friday: Turnbull’s excoriation of Joyce has changed the game, but how?

        Turnbull’s approach went from initially staying solid with Joyce by saying as little as possible to letting him have it with both barrels. Mick...

        Governments shouldn’t be so hasty in declaring victory on wages policy

        One of the paradoxes of wage policy is that ultimately governments are held responsible and blamed for poor results, but governments are...

        Australians support universal health care, so why not a universal basic income?

        More than 40 years ago professor Ronald Henderson floated the idea of a guaranteed minimum income. Dean Lewins/AA In Australia, the idea of a universal...

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