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Parents are being told to bribe their children with cash to make them eat their vegetables. The broccoli bribe has been suggested as a new way to fight the fat – with one in four Australian children overweight or obese. Parents are being told to put small amounts of money in their children’s bank account …Read More
The nation’s peak motoring body is reassuring drivers there should be some relief at the petrol bowser this week. Prices have shot up across the nation – the biggest weekly jump in petrol prices in two years. The N-R-M-A’s Peter Khoury says it comes after oil producing countries decided to cut rates of production. Melbourne …Read More
The nation’s police commissioners are planning to apologise to survivors of institutional child sex abuse. Many victims weren’t believed when they reported the crimes – and didn’t have their claims recorded. The Australian reports Commissioners will wait until the final report from the Royal Commission is handed down, before considering the context and form of …Read More
Bible Society Australia has announced the acquisition of Acorn Press, Australia’s leading Christian Publisher. CEO Greg Clarke says it will greatly support Australian Christian writing while also bringing Acorn’s immense skills and experience to Bible Society. He added that the Bible will always be at the heart of Bible Society – but they’re keen to …Read More
There’s little support for a proposal from the GREENS to de-criminalise begging on Melbourne’s streets. Shadow Attorney General JOHN PESUTTO says the GREENS proposal is irresponsible. The Salvation Army also says there’s no need for a change in the law. Major Brendan Nottle says while many beggars are people who have fallen through cracks – there …Read More
The nurses union is calling for mandatory minimum ratios between midwives and patients – as a coroner investigates how a baby girl died during birth on the GOLD COAST. It’s understood the baby was born unresponsive on Wednesday and died later in the Gold Coast University Hospital. New South Wales MP MICK DE BRENNI says the …Read More
Villagers in Shan state – Myanmar – are increasingly concerned that two assistant priests have been killed. Morning Star reports that the Burma army arrested the two assistant priests after they helped journalists report on a school and Catholic church building bombed by Burma forces in Mong Ko. The clergymen – were arrested after they …Read More
The Federal Government insists welfare recipients are being given plenty of opportunities to clear-up issues with Centrelink as it claws back debt. A Reach-TEL poll shows more than 78 per cent of people think Centrelink should have to prove its claims, rather than placing the burden on individuals. Human Services Minister Alan Tudge says they’ll …Read More
The Salvation Army says there’s no need for a change in begging laws in our city – despite claims by the Greens they’re “unjust and cruel”. More the 800 people have been charged with begging in the last 5 years . The Salvo’s Major Brendan Nottle says while many beggars are people who have fallen …Read More
The Catholic Bishops of Australia are inviting the country to join in celebrating a Year of Youth from the beginning of Advent 2017 to the end of 2018. The Year of Youth celebrates ten years since World Youth Day was hosted in Sydney. It will focus on the theme, ‘Open New Horizons for Spreading Joy …Read More