Tuesday, 18 December 2018

The Crisis in Affordable Housing

Inaction by the Victorian State Government has contributed to the housing crisis in the state, By David Imber It should no longer be a surprise to readers of this publication that Victorians, like many other Australians, are experiencing a housing affordability crisis. It is a crisis predominantly affecting lower and …

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A war on the poor

By Dr Rowland Atkinson – For those that try to keep with international and current affairs the emerging picture of the world around us is surely a bleak one. Yet there is little that is new about this. If the advent of a new century has seen little done to …

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Blessed Father Ozanam – A life devoted to truth

John Molony, Professor Emeritus of History, Australian National University, launched Dr John Honnor’s book, Love and Politics. The following is an edited transcript of his speech. It is both a delight and a privilege to launch Dr John Honner’s admirable book Love and Politics. I have never been able to …

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From little things, big things grow

By Dr John Falzon Today I am going to write to you personally. I am going to write from a place of collective pain…and enormous joy. I am writing to you from that special place in my memory; the very recent memory of being with my family on the lawn …

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Maximising future prospects

The newly-elected Federal Government needs to pay attention to four key areas to improve the outlook for all Australians. By John Wicks No country can attain its full potential unless every citizen has access to the goods and services that enable them to develop and utilise to the fullest extent their …

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A journey through Africa

By Danusia Kaskia – Journeying through Africa is an amazing adventure; from the unique geographical attractions, to the tantalising cuisines, chasing ‘the Big 5’ on safari, and not to mention the energetic warm welcome of the beautiful African people. However, there is another journey one can take through Africa, as …

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