Daily News - Monday 2 December 2013
Michael Janda, ABC
The Federal Government's Commission of Audit has already been slammed by unions and the Opposition as an excuse to slash public spending. But the Australian Council of Social Service's chief executive, Cassandra Goldie, says she's keeping an open mind.
Justine Ferrari, the Australian
TIRED of seeing the brightest student teachers graduate university to teach in elite private schools, associate professors in education at the Queensland University of Technology, Bruce Burnett and Jo Lampert, designed a course to corral exceptional teachers into disadvantaged schools.
Helen Davidson, The Guardian
Latifar wins injunction to prevent her family being sent back to Nauru while court hears case for newborn’s claim to citizenship.
Sophie Elsworth, Courier Mail
AUSTRALIAN parents' hip pockets are being hit hard by the rising costs of raising children.
Pope Francis has announced that 2015 will be a year dedicated to the promotion of consecrated life.
Karen Mahlab, Pro Bono News
Yesterday I had cause to reflect on how far Corporate Social Responsibility has come since we started Pro Bono Australia over a decade ago.
Sharara Attai, The Guardian
The reintroduction of temporary protection visas is costly and unnecessarily cruel. The Australian Greens are right to challenge their existence.