Thousands of people – men, women, young people, and children – marched with purpose through the streets of Brisbane City on Sunday, in a very public display of their support of life.
Women’s Health Tasmania and the Women’s Legal Service are falling sadly short of providing holistic support to expectant mothers in their demand for state-funded abortions, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The South Australian Election will be held in under two weeks on the 17th March. Labor Premier Jay Weatherill, the Opposition Leader Steven Marshall and the Nick Xenophon led SA Best Party battle it out for who lead SA for the next four years.
Tasmania is in the midst of the gripping state election campaign with both major parties neck and neck ahead of election this weekend. Tune in to Voice for Values this week as we speak to ACL Tasmanian Director Mark Brown.
Only a few days out from the election and Labor has still not responded to our questionnaire on behalf of its candidates.
Do they have something to hide?
Concern over abortion law in Queensland continues, as the Law Reform Commission reviews the Termination of Pregnancy Laws in Queensland and deliberates over new legislation.
Tasmania is traditionally a Labor dominated state: Of 21 elections contested by the Liberal Party, only six have gone their way.
Coming off a 16-year Labor rule, the Liberals were elected in a landslide victory in 2014 gaining 15 of the 25 lower house seats.
Happy New Year and welcome to another year at ACL.
I trust you and your family have enjoyed rest and relaxation over the Christmas period.
The ACL Team and I have benefitted from time out after a tumultuous 12 months.
Despite public opposition to radical abortion-to-birth laws last year, a new push is on to allow healthy babies with healthy mothers to be killed right up to birth.
The Palaszczuk Government just does not seem to want to take ‘no’ for an answer.
With the sitting member, Peter Wellington retiring after close to 20 years, Nicklin voters are keenly weighing up the values of new candidates in relation to fundamental social issues such as euthanasia, abortion and their views on radical sex education being taught to kids.
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