• Call to ban face coverings in public

    Christian Democratic Party leader the Reverend Fred Nile wants a ban on the wearing of face coverings in public. Last week Rev Nile introduced a private members bill into the NSW parliament outlining the plan.  The bill will be debated in state parliament this week. Issues of national security and...
  • Rhys Vallance on changing the abortion law in WA

    ACL WA Director Rhys Vallance has been running a campaign asking Health Minister Kim Hames to change the abortion law. Under the current law, a tragically high number of abortions are taking place when a baby is suspected to have a disability like Down Syndrome or spina bifida. Rhys talks...
  • Paul Green reflects on the legacy of the Reverend Fred Nile

    Paul Green is a Christian Democratic Party member of the Legislative Council in the NSW Parliament. In this interview he talks about faith, his journey into politics, and the CDP founder Reverend Fred Nile, who turned 80 this week....
  • EXCLUSIVE: Why support for abortion is in decline in Tasmania

    Paul O’Rourke is the CEO of Emily’s Voice, a group which hopes to inspire Australians to fall in love with the unborn. In this interview with ACL’s Daniel Simon, Paul talks about their campaigns, and in particular their work in Tasmania which has led to a 3% drop in support for...
  • Pick of the day’s news – Tuesday 16 September 2014

    ACL compiles a daily media monitoring service of stories of interest to the Christian constituency relating to children, family, drugs and alcohol, marriage, human rights, religious freedom etc. Visit the ACL’s website each day to see what’s of interest in the news. Please note that selection of the articles does...
  • Pick of the day’s news – Monday 15 September 2014

    ACL compiles a daily media monitoring service of stories of interest to the Christian constituency relating to children, family, drugs and alcohol, marriage, human rights, religious freedom etc. Visit the ACL’s website each day to see what’s of interest in the news. Please note that selection of the articles does...
  • Pick of the day’s news – Friday 12 September 2014

    ACL compiles a daily media monitoring service of stories of interest to the Christian constituency relating to children, family, drugs and alcohol, marriage, human rights, religious freedom etc. Visit the ACL’s website each day to see what’s of interest in the news. Please note that selection of the articles does...
  • Cost should not thwart refugee help

    Now that the lethal practice of people smuggling has been stopped, I’ve been wondering why Australia cannot increase its humanitarian intake. Australia accepts 13,700 refugees per year. There are a staggering 51 million displaced people in the world. There are now hundreds of thousands more – mainly Christians, Yazidis and...
  • NSW could ban ISIS flag

    New South Wales premier Mike Baird has refused to rule out the possibility of banning the Islamic State (IS) flag across the state. This comes after reports of an IS flag recently being auctioned at a Sydney mosque fundraiser. Mr Baird said a ban on the flag “is something we...
  • 3% drop in abortion support – poll

    A recent Galaxy Poll has shown support for abortion dropped 3% in Tasmania in the last 15 months. The decline in support has been attributed to a sustained television, print and radio and online advertising campaign funded by the group Emily’s Voice. Emily’s Voice CEO Paul O’Rourke said the survey...


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