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the altar boys: new questions about suicides of clergy abuse survivors should spark another inquiry

The Altar Boys: new questions about suicides of clergy abuse survivors should spark another...

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Picture: DANIEL POCKETT/AAP Investigative journalist Suzie Smith’s new book The Altar Boys is a searing read that raises new questions about the suicides of three former victims of Catholic clergy child sexual abuse. Smith, a former award-winning...
‘no one is truly there to help’: why so little is known about the reasons people go missing

‘No one is truly there to help’: why so little is known about the...

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Image: Shuttlestock As part of new research into missing persons in Australia, I have been asking people who return after disappearing what they needed or wanted. Mary, who has gone missing four times in the...

‘Living people’: who are the sovereign citizens, or SovCits, and why do they believe...

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 You might have seen articles or comments on social media lately alluding to “sovereign citizens”, or “SovCits” for short, with some reports suggesting COVID-19 government restrictions have driven a surge of interest in this movement. So, who are these...
permission to shine opens with big prizes and announces first judges!

Permission To Shine opens with Big Prizes and announces First Judges!

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Play It Forward, together with Dr Jonathon Welch AM, is thrilled to announce that round one of Permission to Shine is open. This online singing competition with a difference starts with three sections -...
celeste barber’s story shows us the power of celebrity fundraising … and the importance of reading the fine print

Celeste Barber’s story shows us the power of celebrity fundraising … and the importance...

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Picture: Joel Carrett/AAP Comedian Celeste Barber’s whopping $51 million bushfire fundraiser showed us just how generous people can be in times of trouble. But the need to seek the NSW Supreme Court’s advice about how to spend the funds also...
road crashes, assaults and being spat on: the dangers facing australian police in the line of duty

Road crashes, assaults and being spat on: the dangers facing Australian police in the...

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The Victorian Police Academy is lit up in blue in honour of the four officers killed in last week’s road tragedy.  AAP/Michael Dodge The horrific deaths of four Victorian police officers during seemingly routine traffic duties...

Refugees need protection from coronavirus too, and must be released

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Picture: AAP/Dan Peled Pressure is growing to release people from immigration detention, with lawyers from Australia’s Human Rights Law Centre mounting a court case on behalf of a refugee seeking protection from COVID-19. They argue the federal...
the summer heat calls for a cold beer, but be careful where you drink it. being drunk in public is a crime

The summer heat calls for a cold beer, but be careful where you drink...

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Public intoxication is illegal in every jurisdiction in Australia. Shutterstock 'Tis the season to be jolly. We all enjoy the sentiments of this well-known carol during the festive season. There’s little doubt public merriment is...
islamophobic attacks mostly happen in public. here’s what you can do if you see it or experience it

Islamophobic attacks mostly happen in public. Here’s what you can do if you see...

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Picture by Muhammad Ruqiyaddin/Unsplash The second Islamophobia in Australia Report launched last month, in the same week a graphic video showing a pregnant Muslim woman being punched and stomped on circulated widely on social media. Earlier in...
celebrate christmas with play it forward

Celebrate Christmas & Community with Play It Forward

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Play It Forward is thrilled to present our spectacular Christmas concert Swing Into Christmas on Saturday 7th December 2.30pm at Deakin Edge, Federation Square. Swing Into Christmas features an impressive range of guest artists...