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News July 16, 2016
Greyhound racing sees states on different tracks
While NSW has vowed to ban greyhound racing from next July, other states have opted to support the controversial industry. Either way, the lives of thousands of dogs are threatened.
News February 27, 2016
Seeing poverty in people’s teeth
Decreasing rates of full-time employment have led to a new class of working poor, whose struggles are borne out by the state of their dental health.
News March 26, 2016
Love Makes a Way members sit down and speak up
A group of multi-denominational Christians are undergoing training in nonviolent direct action as they pray for changes to asylum-seeker policy.
News June 27, 2015
Green groups feel squeeze over tax-deductible donations probe
A new inquiry into environmental groups’ eligibility to receive tax-deductible donations appears to be the latest salvo in a sustained campaign to crush the green movement and starve it of funds.
Opinion September 06, 2014
Books by women are missing from curriculum
Schools are failing our children by not including female authors in English subjects.
News July 12, 2014
The AHC and the battle for Redfern’s Block
Seen as a victory for Aboriginal people in the early 1970s, then a flashpoint for vice in the ’90s, the Block is once again in the spotlight, this time dividing the Indigenous community it was built to serve.