Daily News - Friday 29 November 2013
Tim Dunlop, The Drum
Inequality can be social, economic and democratic, but at its heart it is about the exercise of power, who has it and who doesn't.
Brian Lawrence, Eureka Street
In his recent address to the Yarra Institute about Christian social thinking in Australia, Fr Frank Brennan expressed the view that 'Christian churches are all but absent from the economic debate other than making the occasional, predictable utterance about ensuring that no one is left worse off as the result of new policy measures'.
THE Bank of England has scaled back a loan program meant to spur economic recovery, amid fears that cheap mortgages could inflate a housing bubble.
Pro Bono News Australia
Not for Profit peak body, the Community Council for Australia, has warned that a reformed Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership (CBP) must become much more than a talk-fest or promotional opportunity and be a vehicle for business and Not for Profit groups be nice to each other.
Michelle Grattan, The Conversation
David Gonski and members of his panel on school funding, who included Kathryn Greiner and Carmen Lawrence, have every reason to feel appalled at the way their work has been treated and trashed by both sides of politics.
Daniel Hurst, The Guardian
The treasurer is prepared to consider the Greens proposal, but criticises 'nitty-bitty politics' being played.
Yolanda Zaw, The West Australian
Four-year-old Ethan Ribeiro was dressed to impress but he only had eyes for one special lady.