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Obeid to face three new ICAC inquiries In The Media - Posted on 8 October 2013

The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption has announced three new inquiries into the disgraced former Labor minister Eddie Obeid.

Welfare quarantining on agenda despite evidence of ineffectiveness In The Media - Posted on 8 October 2013

The Coalition has left the door open to expanding welfare quarantining across Australia, despite one of the most comprehensive reviews of the policy finding that, in the longer term, it was more about controlling people than helping them change their behaviour.

Interview with Dr Andrew Beattie In The Media - Posted on 20 September 2013

As the German Chancellor Angela Merkel campaigns for a third term in office, we reflect with German studies expert Dr Andrew Beattie.

Little incentive to attract carers In The Media - Posted on 17 September 2013

THE crucial act of planning for a workforce to prop up the national disability insurance scheme was "submerged" by the previous federal government and the incoming government is unlikely to address the problem, a social policy conference will hear today.

Nan and Pop willingly rise to the care challenge In The Media - Posted on 16 September 2013

Grandparents and often on-call childcare agents, a doting symbol of Australia's national crisis where working parents are pitched into weekly battles with inflexible, expensive care options.

Under pressure to educate babies In The Media - Posted on 16 September 2013

Today's parents are being bombarded with messages that they must have their toddler enrolled in a variety of enrichment classes to ensure future success.

It's love at first swipe In The Media - Posted on 16 September 2013

Apps do introductions but the rest is up to you

Murdoch tabloid calls for Rudd removal In The Media - Posted on 6 August 2013

David McKnight, a senior research fellow in journalism and political science at the University of New South Wales speaks to Brendan Trembath about Sydney's Daily Telegraph calls on the Australian people to deliver a change of government.

'No choice' for asylum seekers after suffering In The Media - Posted on 19 July 2013
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Why duck shooting season still isn’t on the endangered list

It's unpopular with the public and kills endangered and non-game birds – but that hasn't stopped duck shooting, writes Siobhan O'Sullivan.

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