A Queensland opinion poll conducted over the past weekend reflects deep concerns voters have with removing abortion safeguards as proposed by a new abortion bill before the Queensland Parliament.
The Brisbane City Council’s capitulation to rainbow ideology will be of concern to every parent who does not want to see their children taught by “Safe Schools” that their gender is fluid, Australian Christian Lobby Queensland Director Wendy Francis said today.
With preparations for the plebiscite on marriage shelved until well after the July 2 election, the Turnbull Government clearly wants voters to focus on the jobs and growth narrative outlined in this week’s budget.
The Australian Christian Lobby welcomes news that a complaint against Hobart’s Catholic Archbishop Julian Porteous and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference has been dropped today by the complainant, Greens candidate Martine Delaney.
France is the latest country to adopt the “Nordic approach” to prostitution laws, first introduced in Sweden in 1999 reinforcing calls to adopt the effective measure in Australia.
DEAR Mr Gutwein [Tasmanian Treasurer],
I applaud your intention to have an “open and transparent” discussion about poker machine licencing in Tasmania. I was especially glad to see you have included the important topic of harm minimisation as a key focus.
The investigative reporting by ABC’s Four Corners program has uncovered corruption and match-fixing on an unprecedented scale and reinforced the need for an immediate Senate Inquiry into betting on sports fixtures, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The latest example of a surrogate mother being ordered to abort a baby in the USA should cause Australians to question whether or not surrogacy is in the best interests of children and women, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
The AHPRA’s decision today to impose 25 restrictions on the medical registration of Dr Philip Nitschke is in the best interest of society and the protection of the vulnerable according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
Senator David Leyonhjelm’s new bill to allow territories to legislate on euthanasia must be opposed by senators as it cannot be made safe for vulnerable Australians, including treatable depression sufferers, according to the Australian Christian Lobby.
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