The Changing Face of Schoolies

By: Justin Rouillon

“The schoolies culture has changed quite significantly and it’s a lot easier to manage than ten years ago.”
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What To Expect From The Schools Of Tomorrow

By: Michael McQueen

Recent years have seen the discussion of the relevance of the current education system come to dominate public dialogue.
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School Chaplaincy To Be Axed in ACT, Fear Other States Will Follow

By: Beth Rivers

From the end of this year, the ACT Government has decided to cut the school chaplaincy program from public schools, triggering an urgent campaign to overturn the decision.
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Sexist, Racist Porn Mags ‘People’ and ‘Picture’ Shut Down Thanks To Collective Shout

By: Katrina Roe

The social activist group Collective Shout is celebrating after Bauer Media announced they will shut down their two remaining porn magazines, Picture and People
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The Dangers and Opportunities of a Christian Kanye West

By: Akos Balogh

‘What music do you like listening to?’ asks my martial arts instructor, as we prepare for class. (There’s always some ‘mood music’ in the background as we train). 
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Tears of Joy and Sorrow as Uluru Climb is Closed: A Chat with Brooke Prentis

By: Clare Bruce

There was joy and celebration at the foot of Uluru as climbing of the rock was finally banned—but tears, too, as climbers continued to ignore the wishes of traditional owners until the last minute.
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Malawi Sewing School Graduates Given a New Future

By: Laura Bennett

For lasting change to come to any vulnerable population, the local community needs to be equipped to build their own future, and have independent financial stability.
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Scott Morrison Says Prayer Reminds Politicians of Their Frailty and Humanity

By: Clare Bruce

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has spoken out about the unifying power of prayer at a prayer breakfast in Parliament House.
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Disaster Relief Team Brings Support to Bush Fire Zone

By: Samaritan’s Purse Australia

The Samaritan’s Purse Australian disaster relief team will be deployed today to Rappville – a town of 169 people hit hard earlier this month by destructive bush fires. Read more

“Unplanned” Anti-Abortion Movie Confronting, but Surprisingly Balanced

By: Laura Bennett

As NSW has just decriminalised abortion, Unplanned is a timely release. The first thing to acknowledge ahead of this review, is that people’s beliefs about abortion are complex.

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