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Since when has Christianity been so concerned about religious freedom?

Fairfax Contributor, Matt Holden, has asked the question,

“since when has Christianity been so concerned about religious freedom?”

With a skilful display of not letting truth get in the way, he has answered, … 961 more words


Australian military IT technician breached two classified networks while deployed in Middle East | The Age

Australian Information Security Incident Reported: September 8 2017

An Australian military staffer breached two classified computer networks while he was deployed in the Middle East, prying into email and other private information. 39 more words


'Ali's Wedding'

Voted as The Age newspaper’s best Australian film at the recent Melbourne International Film Festival, Ali’s Wedding is a dire rom-com that, based on true events, mistakenly plays everything for laughs. 129 more words


Best political leaders apply Wizard of Oz factor

The anatomy of a good political leader can be distilled down to three simple elements – brains, courage and heart – writes Josephine Cafagna.

While discussing the regularity of leadership challenges in Australian political life, a good politician recently told me that every member of parliament thought they had the makings to be a leader. 773 more words

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Men wanting more time for parenting must demand flexible workplaces

Here are a couple of questions that are likely to elicit completely different answers depending on your gender. Have you ever worked part-time so you could look after the children? 762 more words

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Twitter, live blogs & the Bourke Street massacre

On Friday the 20th of January 2017, the city of Melbourne was rocked by the actions of Dimitrious Gargasoulas.

Mr Gargasoulas was driving his car erratically, first near Flinders Street station and later through the Bourke Street mall, killing six people and injuring 36 more. 1,085 more words

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