Thousands of Centrelink clients around Australia remain nervous of the prospect of Christmas without their welfare payments as the agency’s website remains in meltdown.
Now he is Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull should totally be able to make the NBN work. Just turn it off then on again Source: Malcolm’s NBN innovation: from helpful and important to ferret underpants | First Dog on the Moon | Opinion | The Guardian
Australian-raised Ricardo Bolvaran has become a stranger in a foreign land, lost and confused, after the nation in which he spent 98 per cent of his life deported him to Chile.”I’m lonely, I’m a little bit lost. I’ve thought about suicide a couple of times to tell you the truth,” … Continue reading
Darwin’s port, which has been leased to a Chinese company, has been described as a “strategic defence port” in the annual report of the body that runs the facility.
As readers may be aware from my colleague Max Chalmer’s incisive reporting on the subject here at New Matilda, the Senate has been inquiring into Halal. That is, into Third party certification of food. The Senate has released its report. The whole thing was ridiculous from start to end, and … Continue reading
A program run by a group of Catholic nuns that took children in immigration detention on outings has been deemed “not appropriate” by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Quietly, two weeks ago, a Tamil woman called Ranjini and her toddler son walked free from the gates of Villawood detention centre.Her son had never known a day of freedom in his life. Ranjini, a former member of the Sri Lankan separatist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, who had previously … Continue reading
Why does Trade Union Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon hold up a man complicit in history’s most shocking crime, who denied the Holocaust even after incontrovertible proof had been produced, as an exemplar of moral virtue?
It’s a bit awkward to focus on stopping violence against women when so many of our supporters are involved in cutting services that save the lives of women
As Health Minister Sussan Ley spruiks private health insurance, the Coalition is cutting $800 million from community health care. Ben Eltham reports.