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Australia's homeless situation — we need to do better

The response from our government during the pandemic has raised questions as to how to combat ...  
Plan to return to work doesn't look after Indigenous Australians

As our government pushes for us to return to work, it's clear that issues faced by Indigenous ...  
Lessons Australia can learn from Italy's COVID-19 exit strategies

Australia faces the dilemma about what level of decision-making to apply for a COVID-19 exit ...  
Adapting to the 'new normal' after COVID-19

Society will be different following the COVID-19 pandemic, but some changes could be detrimental ...  
Wren's Week: The conservative drive to reopen the economy

Conservative politicians are advocating to relax lockdown laws and reopen the country, putting ...  
United we stand: Urban trees face an existential crisis

In our isolation from physical contact, Nature offers solace, but urban trees have to reckon with ...  
Our economy is a beast we keep feeding

Many of us right now are gaining a better understanding of the economy and how destructive it can ...  
Now is our chance to create a new normal

If we take lessons from history, we can use this chance to emerge from the pandemic with a world ...  
How neoliberal culture and 5G are related

With the development of 5G technology, with it has come great debate over the safety and necessity ...  
Victims of domestic violence are never alone

Marilyn Beech grew up living with a monster, but hopes her story will inspire others in similar ...  
The destructive circle of sexual abuse

Mark Hodgetts shares his experience with the wide-reaching consequences of sexual abuse and how it ...  
Governments unwilling to tackle domestic violence problem

Our governments seem unwilling to respond appropriately to the growing issue of domestic violence ...  
Wren's Week: The Australian domestic violence epidemic

Domestic violence statistics in Australia are growing worse and our government must share the ...  
Wren's Week: Will Senator Lambie support cashless welfare card?

Senator Jacqui Lambie is likely to back plans to expand cashless welfare card trials despite the ...  
Protesters circle Parliament House against climate inaction

Chris Mordd Richards was present at the recent climate protest at Parliament House where thousands ...  
The destruction of Cabbage Tree Creek

Natural disaster and manmade destruction is ruining the serenity of one of Australia's hidden ...  
Wren's Week: Scott Morrison's Pentecostal beliefs have affected Liberal Party policies

Scott Morrison's blind devotion to his religious beliefs has had an influence on various Liberal ...  
How the economy contributes to the homelessness problem

An economy that rewards those who profit from material wealth has led to an increase in homeles ...  

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