The quaint idea that the intellectual property of Australia was somehow created by Aborigines, Anglos and (mostly) European postwar settlers misrepresents the truth.
She brushed aside honour killings with “when you look at countries like Australia and the US, the top killer of women is domestic violence. But we choose to refer to it as domestic violence..."
Why does one of the richest countries in the world want international charity?
I had the great pleasure of attending a 60th birthday and a wedding in the past week, at which numerous young adults made speeches. They celebrated family, love and loyalty, and, yes, exuded success.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants to hold another Paris conference. This time the world really, really wants to stop climate change. Macron wants developed nations to contribute $100 billion a year to a climate fund.
Not opening the E-cigarette market would be an act of spite on the part of those who believe that they should control any harm that consumers may choose.
Reform opportunities in the charity sector, in particular, the award of DGR status and consolidation of the management of the lists of charities, should be focused on better informing donors
Associate Executive Director Gary Johns was the outsider on Sky News' Outsiders on Sunday. Listen to the broadcast here.
Gary Johns appears in a series of interviews with David Pellowe on Church and State about "Health Law and Lobbyists".
The interim report of the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory is heading dangerously close to yet another ideological cul-de-sac.