What You Need to Know About the COVID-19 Vaccines Australia has Secured

By: Amy Cheng

As Australians eagerly await the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, there are two vaccines currently in the running. Read more

Stand in the Gap this Christmas

By: Rosie Kendall

Christmas won’t be normal for many Australians this year, but for Ron and Mary, Christmas isn’t even on their minds.
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CAP Supports Petition Opposing Plan to Axe Safe Spending Laws

By: Kim Wilkinson

Debt relief charity Christians Against Poverty Australia urges senators to block proposed termination of safe lending laws. Read more

Swim Australia CEO is Concerned Australians Families Are Opting Out of Swimming Lessons

By: Laura Bennett

As the weather heats up it’s only right we start thinking about our next visit to the beach and how often we can visit the local pool. Although, new research suggests a lot of Australian kids aren’t ready to enjoy the water safely – with a number of families opting out of swimming lessons. Read more

Do You Have O+ or A+ Blood? Other Aussies Desperately Need Your Help!

By: 98five

Australian Red Cross Lifeblood has issued an urgent appeal for 16,000 additional people to give blood or plasma during the next two weeks. Read more

How Could This Happen Again? Reflection on Hillsong’s Carl Lentz ‘Fall From Grace’

By: Laura Bennett

“Our time at Hillsong NYC has come to an end. This has been a hard ending to what has been the most amazing, impacting and special chapter of…” Read more

2020 COVID Fashion Report – Does Your Favourite Brand Make the Grade?

By: Hope Media

The COVID-19 edition of Baptist World Aid Australia’s (BWAA) annual Ethical Fashion Report revealed that more than 70 per cent of companies assessed in 2020 could demonstrate that they had taken at least some deliberate positive actions to support vulnerable garment workers through the global pandemic. Read more

The Five Big Drivers of Poverty in Australia

by: Rosie Kendall – CEO of CAP Australia

In their Post-Budget analysis , Dr Cassandra Goldie CEO of Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) stated that the 2020-2021 Federal Budget, announced last week, will leave millions of people stranded – saying that “we cannot allow the outcome of this crisis to be 1.6 million people left stranded in poverty on JobSeeker”. Read more

Educator’s Message to the Class of 2020: “It’s All About You” Right Now

By: Hope Media

It’s been an unprecedented year for everyone but the field of education has arguably been one of the sectors most impacted by the pandemic. Read more

How COVID-19 is Likely to Affect Australia’s Population Forecast

By: McCrindle

This global pandemic is bringing about a series of unprecedented events to the Australian economy and our way of living. This will also have a large and likely long-lasting effect on Australia’s demographic landscape. Read more