Just as it seemed life was getting back to normal, Sydneysiders have been thrust into another lockdown. As residents prepare to stockpile their toilet paper and renew their Netflix subscriptions, … [Read more...] about Sydney COVID lockdown – rules, fines and vaccinations explained
Inhumane immigration policies have once again inspired public outrage throughout the nation. As new information comes to light about the treatment of infants in detention facilities, Australia’s focus … [Read more...] about Treatment of Murugappan family sparks outrage as 3-year-old asylum seeker admitted to hospital
According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, almost 2 million Australians over the age of 15 had been sexually assaulted one or more times. Those affected by sexual assault are prone … [Read more...] about New affirmative consent laws adopted in NSW, a win for sexual assault survivors
Discussions about legal rights often concentrate on adults. However, the law also protects the rights of children in significant ways. It is important that you and your children are aware of their … [Read more...] about Do you know your child’s rights?
There is no doubt that the pandemic has been a struggle for Australian families. Whether that struggle be financial or emotional, these difficult times have forced many couples to question where their … [Read more...] about Is COVID-19 affecting your marriage? What should you do?
The Morrison Government's rejection of a plan to extend super to paid parental leave payments will have major consequences for Australia's newest mothers. Despite speculation of reform that would … [Read more...] about Federal government refuses to extend superannuation entitlements for women on maternity leave
After an unprecedented year of violence, brutality and conflict, Black Lives Matter activists have finally seen justice. Earlier today, Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murder after refusing to heed … [Read more...] about Justice served as former policeman, Derek Chauvin, found guilty of George Floyd’s murder
This Saturday 17th April, 30 members of the royal family will gather at Windsor Castle to celebrate the life of 99-year-old Prince Philip, who passed away late last week. As the Queen mourns the … [Read more...] about Commentors speculate Queen Elizabeth II could abdicate following the death of her husband