A brand new Victorian bill will finally force the church to break confidentiality and report instances of child abuse.
With longevity comes the need for more medical and social support. With experts thin on the ground, technology can make a significant difference and ease the burdens on caregivers.
Last year, a Royal Commission found that a Pentecostal leader covered up the abuse of a seven-year-old. Yesterday, Scott Morrison wilfully shared a stage with him. His apathy toward victims is painfully clear.
With Mike Baird rumoured to be in the running for the vacant NAB job, I’m wondering if a man with such a negative public image is the right one to regain our trust.
In the wake of the Banking Royal Commission, the process of securing home finance seems extremely opaque. Consider the advice from Savvy to be your guiding light in a murky landscape.
With the Morrison Government set to investigate conditions in aged-care homes, I suggest they focus on the mental health of residents, as the figures are staggering.
While the government has made steps to reverse our history of child sex abuses, they’re still protecting those who enabled those crimes.
As the Big Four are being dragged through the Royal Commission, I’ve noticed something. This is certainly not the end of their world, and we feel fine.
As the fallout from the banking Royal Commission continues, the government is introducing new laws to ensure the same doesn’t happen again. But not everyone is convinced.
It was a week that brought us many horrible things. Headlined by the schadenfreude the bank commission enabled.
The findings of the banking royal commission has shocked many, especially those who are paid by those under investigation.
The Banking Inquiry has passed us. But beyond the political point scoring and the grandstanding, what real progress was made?
Happy Father’s Day to all, especially those who have all the responsibilities, but not the label. In the week that was, we saw Climate Change step forward, Roger Rogerson step into prison, and someone who took far too many over the line.
TGIF! What happened while you were asleep? Well, due to some absentees the Government lost its majority in the House of Reps, Jim Broadbent didn’t die and the Socceroos kicked off their World Cup qualification campaign.
This week, the Pope has called for a modern church (but not for all), David Cameron faces an inquiry and Bruce Springsteen stands up for equality.
The Court of Public Opinion is back in session this week (via video link) to collectively sentence Cardinal George Pell. Get Judgin’
Cardinal George Pell, the man at the centre of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, has been excused from giving evidence in person – much to the outrage of victims and their families.
Rob Idol is here with the week that was, when history was re-written on the paddock and rehashed in the political arena.
Looking at the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, Ian Kirkwood has one question, when is someone going to step forward and say ‘‘Franca Arena, you were right.’’
Yesterday Conrad Liveris said Dyson Heydon made the right choice to continue the Royal Commission. Today, brand new Australian citizen Chetna Prakash, initially puzzled by the Royal Commission fiasco, did some digging and discovered a sobering truth.
Amidst the rising sea of complaint swirling around Dyson Heydon’s decision, Conrad Liveris offers a pinch of salt into the mix.