While most of the world has been occupied with coronavirus, I have learned, yet again, that effective activism never sleeps.
At lunchtime today, legal firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth are hosting a virtual drag queen story time for their staff and the staff’s children. Apparently, Corrs are strongly encouraging the children to dress loud and proud.Read more
Brisbane couple Sophie and Julian Parkinson have found the COVID-19 restrictions difficult for different reasons than most Australians. Despite the practice being illegal, and the exorbitant cost, they entered into a surrogacy arrangement with a Ukraine woman to get what they most desired – a baby.
Let’s have a look at the new coronavirus tracing app.
Is it a good idea?
Is it a bad idea?
Should you install it?Read more
On the occasion of Anzac Day I wanted to share a few reflections.Read more
Thank you to all South Australian ACL supporters and others who reacted decisively last week to the news that that Attorney-General’s office had declared that the new COVID-19 Emergency laws would be used to override state abortion laws.Read more
Trump has defunded the World Health Organization: what led to this, and what is humankind’s real problem?
We can look to international organisations to solve our problems, but we can be bitterly disappointed.Read more
Soon after the COVID-19 crisis finishes, Tasmania will have to vote on a euthanasia Bill.
Many say that they should be able to end their lives when they choose. But, as Pastor Ian Dunn and Professor Ian Olver AM explain, the 'final chapter' of our lives can change everything.
Listen to these stories!Read more
The High Court’s acquittal of Cardinal Pell reveals some interesting questions about justice and truth. If we truly care – about all people, whether victims or accused – then we will want our legal system, our leaders and our society to value truth above all else.Read more
Human sex trafficking is a scourge on society. Most people feel powerless to do anything about it. The good news is: you can!Read more