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New York Post
The students-turned-hookers who love what they doThey are lured by the dream of a new life, a chance to build a better future wh
The students-turned-hookers who love what they do
New York Post / Posted 2 hours ago
They are lured by the dream of a new life, a chance to build a better future while also providing for loved ones still stuck back home. But the economic reality of Australia has led some migrants on a much different career path. According to a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
When kids turn into cold killersBritish child murderer Jon Venables, who along with Robert Thompson, killed two
When kids turn into cold killers
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
British child murderer Jon Venables, who along with Robert Thompson, killed two-year-old Jamie Bulger in 1993. Photo / Getty Under any circumstances it was a senseless crime. A brawl at a railway station in the early hours that led to the death of a... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why these students turn to sex workA new report has found many migrant sex workers were international students but
Why these students turn to sex work
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 hours ago
A new report has found many migrant sex workers were international students but entered the industry to pay debts. THEY are lured by the dream of a new life, a chance to build a better future while also providing for loved ones still stuck back... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Why these students turn to sex workA new report has found many migrant sex workers were international students but
Why these students turn to sex work
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
A new report has found many migrant sex workers were international students but entered the industry to pay debts. THEY are lured by the dream of a new life, a chance to build a better future while also providing for loved ones still stuck back... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Why international students turn to sex workMigrant sex workers in Australia: AIC report finds students to sex work to pay
Why international students turn to sex work
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 hours ago
Migrant sex workers in Australia: AIC report finds students to sex work to pay debts | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website A new report has found many migrant sex... Read more
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The Age
Cycling: Meares leads worlds team, Perkins still dreams of RioAnna Meares (right) won her 35th Australian nationals title, beating Stephanie
Cycling: Meares leads worlds team, Perkins still dreams of Rio
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
Anna Meares (right) won her 35th Australian nationals title, beating Stephanie Morton in Adelaide. Photo: John Veage Freshly crowned national champion and London Olympic medallist Shane Perkins remains intent on convincing national selectors he... Read more
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University of Queensland
Women love science, and that’s worth celebratingThey’re tracking dinosaurs, treating epilepsy, battling superbugs, figuring out
Women love science, and that’s worth celebrating
University of Queensland / Posted 19 hours ago
They’re tracking dinosaurs, treating epilepsy, battling superbugs, figuring out quantum biophysics and working to save the environment for future generations – meet The University of Queensland’s women scientists. Today is the inaugural United... Read more
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The Border Mail
MEGA GALLERY: The week in picturesWARRNAMBOOL: Matt Cole, his daughter Carly, 6, and girlfriend Danni McElroy in
MEGA GALLERY: The week in pictures
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
WARRNAMBOOL: Matt Cole, his daughter Carly, 6, and girlfriend Danni McElroy in the ravaged remains of the shed destroyed by fire. Cars, motorbikes, a caravan, tools and most of Ms McElroy’s possessions were lost in the blaze. Photo: Angela Milne, The... Read more
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Science Daily
Native grass could be key to super-thin condoms: Fibers from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve latex that could be used to make condoms as thin as a human hair without any loss in strengthWorking in partnership with Aboriginal traditional owners of the Camooweal regi
Native grass could be key to super-thin condoms: Fibers from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve latex that could be used to make condoms as thin as a human hair without any loss in strength
Science Daily / Posted yesterday
Working in partnership with Aboriginal traditional owners of the Camooweal region in north-west Queensland, the Indjalandji-Dhidhanu People, researchers from The University of Queensland have developed a method of extracting nanocellulose -- which... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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Herald Sun
What turns kids into cold killers?Jordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Ken
What turns kids into cold killers?
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Jordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Kenzie Marie Houk, who was eight months pregnant at the time. UNDER any circumstances it was a senseless crime. A brawl at a railway station in the early hours that led to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Hair-thin condoms made with native spinifex grassQueensland researchers make super-thin condoms using native spinifex grass Pho
Hair-thin condoms made with native spinifex grass
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Queensland researchers make super-thin condoms using native spinifex grass Photo: Spinifex is incredibly tough but has a very open structure and can be broken down easily into long, versatile nanofibres, researchers say. Australia's native spinifex... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Condoms of the future could be the 'as thin as a human hair'That's according to Australian researchers who are developing a new type of lat
Condoms of the future could be the 'as thin as a human hair'
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
That's according to Australian researchers who are developing a new type of latex based on fibres from an indigenous species of grass. "The great thing about our nanocellulose is that it's a flexible nano-additive, so we can make a stronger and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
What turns kids into cold killers?Jordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Ken
What turns kids into cold killers?
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Jordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Kenzie Marie Houk, who was eight months pregnant at the time. UNDER any circumstances it was a senseless crime. A brawl at a railway station in the early hours that led to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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Perth Now
Trigger that turns kids into killersJordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Ken
Trigger that turns kids into killers
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Jordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Kenzie Marie Houk, who was eight months pregnant at the time. UNDER any circumstances it was a senseless crime. A brawl at a railway station in the early hours that led to... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Trigger that turns kids into killersJordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Ken
Trigger that turns kids into killers
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Jordan Brown, 11, is currently in detention following the shooting death of Kenzie Marie Houk, who was eight months pregnant at the time. UNDER any circumstances it was a senseless crime. A brawl at a railway station in the early hours that led to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Teenagers in child protection more likely to enter justice system in same yearTeenagers under child protection are far more likely than the general populatio
Teenagers in child protection more likely to enter justice system in same year
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Teenagers under child protection are far more likely than the general population to enter the youth justice system that the same year, Australian researchers report. A new "linked" study, authored by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian athletes at risk due to lack of data about severe and fatal sporting injuries Health experts have warned there could be more tragedies on Australian sporti
Australian athletes at risk due to lack of data about severe and fatal sporting injuries
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Health experts have warned there could be more tragedies on Australian sporting fields unless there is better collection of data relating to severe or fatal... Read more
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The Age
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agenciesThe Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unlead
Cheap oil – and petrol – here to stay, say agencies
The Age / Posted yesterday
The Australian Institute of Petroleum says the national average price of unleaded petrol, 111.6¢ a litre, is at a one-year low. Photo: Kirk Gilmour Motorists can look forward to at least six months of super-cheap petrol, with a report from the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Indigenous life expectancy has not improved, Closing the Gap report showsMalcolm Turnbull hands down Closing the Gap report showing Indigenous life expe
Indigenous life expectancy has not improved, Closing the Gap report shows
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Malcolm Turnbull hands down Closing the Gap report showing Indigenous life expectancy has not improved The annual report card on Indigenous disadvantage has been handed down, and the results, in the words of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, are... Read more
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PhysOrg
Australian native spinifex grass could be key to super-thin condomsA picture of latex made with a Spinifex nanocellulose additive is tested for it
Australian native spinifex grass could be key to super-thin condoms
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
A picture of latex made with a Spinifex nanocellulose additive is tested for its strength. Credit: Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, The University of Queensland Fibres from the Australian native spinifex grass are being... Read more
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University of Queensland
Native grass could be key to super-thin condomsFibres from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve late
Native grass could be key to super-thin condoms
University of Queensland / Posted yesterday
Fibres from the Australian native spinifex grass are being used to improve latex that could be used to make condoms as thin as a human hair without any loss in strength. Working in partnership with Aboriginal traditional owners of the Camooweal... Read more
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International Business Times
Australia: Spinifex grass fibres used to create strong condoms as thin as human hair A grass native to Australia has been used to create condoms as thin as a human
Australia: Spinifex grass fibres used to create strong condoms as thin as human hair
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
A grass native to Australia has been used to create condoms as thin as a human hair, but with no loss of strength. Spinifex grass has long been used by Aboriginal people to create adhesives for tool making, but researchers have now found a way to... Read more
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Adelaide Now
How Australia let its indigenous downMALCOLM Turnbull has delivered a disappointing report showing only two of the s
How Australia let its indigenous down
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
MALCOLM Turnbull has delivered a disappointing report showing only two of the seven targets to improve indigenous health, education and employment are on track. The Prime Minister tabled the eighth annual report, which shows two of the seven targets... Read more
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Herald Sun
How Australia let its indigenous downMALCOLM Turnbull has delivered a disappointing report showing only two of the s
How Australia let its indigenous down
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
MALCOLM Turnbull has delivered a disappointing report showing only two of the seven targets to improve indigenous health, education and employment are on track. The Prime Minister tabled the eighth annual report, which shows two of the seven targets... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How Australia let its indigenous downMALCOLM Turnbull has delivered a disappointing report showing only two of the s
How Australia let its indigenous down
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
MALCOLM Turnbull has delivered a disappointing report showing only two of the seven targets to improve indigenous health, education and employment are on track. The Prime Minister tabled the eighth annual report, which shows two of the seven targets... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Grass could make condoms thinner than everA Queensland discovery could revolutionise the condom market. Photo: Robert Ban
Grass could make condoms thinner than ever
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
A Queensland discovery could revolutionise the condom market. Photo: Robert Banks An Australian grass dubbed the "holy grail" for rubber has the potential to create stronger, ultra-thin condoms that would help tackle the rising number of sexually... Read more
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News.com.au
Recognise indigenous success: PM Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his Closi
Recognise indigenous success: PM
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his Closing the Gap statement to parliament, warning against overlooking indigenous success. Mr Turnbull tabled the eighth annual report, which... Read more
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Perth Now
Recognise indigenous success: PM Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his Closi
Recognise indigenous success: PM
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his Closing the Gap statement to parliament, warning against overlooking indigenous success. Mr Turnbull tabled the eighth annual report, which... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Recognise indigenous success: PM Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his Closi
Recognise indigenous success: PM
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his Closing the Gap statement to parliament, warning against overlooking indigenous success. Mr Turnbull tabled the eighth annual report, which... Read more
119 related stories
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Herald Sun
Aust dementia rates prompt call for action Dementia is everybody's business, say experts after new figures show more tha
Aust dementia rates prompt call for action
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Dementia is everybody's business, say experts after new figures show more than 353,800 Australians will be affected by the fatal disease this year. Alzheimer's Australia is calling for a national... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aust dementia rates prompt call for action Dementia is everybody's business, say experts after new figures show more tha
Aust dementia rates prompt call for action
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Dementia is everybody's business, say experts after new figures show more than 353,800 Australians will be affected by the fatal disease this year. Alzheimer's Australia is calling for a national... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Recognise indigenous success: PM Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his C
Recognise indigenous success
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
: PM Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull used an Aboriginal dialect to begin his Closing the Gap statement to parliament, warning against overlooking indigenous success. Mr Turnbull tabled the eighth annual report, which... Read more
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Canberra Times
Mick Gentleman to lead delegation to the US and Canada to look at light railPlanning Minister Mick Gentleman hopes to gather ideas to bring back to Canberr
Mick Gentleman to lead delegation to the US and Canada to look at light rail
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Planning Minister Mick Gentleman hopes to gather ideas to bring back to Canberra. Photo: Elesa Kurtz ACT Planning Minister Mick Gentleman will lead a delegation of planners, architects, business leaders to the United States and Canada next week to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Award-winning ‘treehouse’ for saleAward-winning Balmain home by Conrad Johnston for sale | DailyTelegraph Search
Award-winning ‘treehouse’ for sale
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Award-winning Balmain home by Conrad Johnston for sale | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Architect Conrad Johnston and his wife Katrina at 2 Stuart Place,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWForced adoptions and the Stolen Generations have influenced sentiment, says Bra
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Forced adoptions and the Stolen Generations have influenced sentiment, says Brad Hazzard. Photo: Angela Wylie Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Award-winning ‘treehouse’ to fetch $2.5mAward-winning ‘treehouse’ by Conrad Johnston for sale | DailyTelegraph SearchU
Award-winning ‘treehouse’ to fetch $2.5m
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Award-winning ‘treehouse’ by Conrad Johnston for sale | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Architect Conrad Johnston and his wife Katrina at 2 Stuart Place,... Read more
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Football Australia
Talented youngsters chosen for FFA’s Centre of ExcellenceThe group of 2000 and 2001-borns will make Canberra their home for the next two
Talented youngsters chosen for FFA’s Centre of Excellence
Football Australia / Posted 2 days ago
The group of 2000 and 2001-borns will make Canberra their home for the next two years as they work towards both a professional future, and establishing a spot in the Joeys, Australia's U-17 national football team. FFA U16/17 technical director Peter... Read more
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TheBull
Job advertisements at 3.5year highsJob advertisements rose by 1.0 per cent in January after falling by 0.1 per cen
Job advertisements at 3.5year highs
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
Job advertisements rose by 1.0 per cent in January after falling by 0.1 per cent in December. 09.02.2016 04:25 PM Petrol falls again; Job ads at 3½ year highs Petrol: According to the Australian Institute of Petroleum, the national average... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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The Young Witness
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Western Advocate
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Manning River Times
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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The North West Star
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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