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The Age
Assisted dying 'Catch-22' for dementia sufferersDr Bill Silvester, director of Respecting Patient Choices, at the Austin Hospit
Assisted dying 'Catch-22' for dementia sufferers
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
Dr Bill Silvester, director of Respecting Patient Choices, at the Austin Hospital. Photo: Ken Irwin Dementia sufferers – including those with Alzheimer's disease – will not benefit from legal assisted dying in Victoria, according to a leading... Read more
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Canberra Times
Garbage truck drivers' union foreshadows more strikesits application before the Fair Work commission to stop the strikes from going
Garbage truck drivers' union foreshadows more strikes
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
its application before the Fair Work commission to stop the strikes from going ahead, according to the union. Photo: Ken Irwin A spokeswoman for Suez had told Fairfax Media they believed the protected industrial action order ended on... Read more
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The Age
'Abhorrent': Man jailed for 10 years for sex with transgender stepdaughterThe judge found the accused guilty of "psychological manipulation of the highes
'Abhorrent': Man jailed for 10 years for sex with transgender stepdaughter
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
The judge found the accused guilty of "psychological manipulation of the highest order". Photo: Ken Irwin A man who regularly had sex with his adult transgender stepdaughter over 13 years has been jailed for a decade for offences a judge described... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lunch with James O'LoghlinWinter feast: James O'Loghlin at Punch Lane. Photo: Ken Irwin James O’Loghlin
Lunch with James O'Loghlin
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
Winter feast: James O'Loghlin at Punch Lane. Photo: Ken Irwin James O’Loghlin is an out and proud scaredy-cat. Like the hero of his latest book, a not very brave knight, O’Loghlin has a long list of things that terrify him. But there the similarity... Read more
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The Age
Public reserve used only for racing interests, says Auditor-GeneralDepartment of Environment and Primary Industry failed to properly oversee manag
Public reserve used only for racing interests, says Auditor-General
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
Department of Environment and Primary Industry failed to properly oversee management of the 54-hectare reserve Photo: Ken Irwin Despite it being set aside 150 years ago as a park for the public as well as for horseracing, Caulfield Racecourse... Read more
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The Age
Which Melbourne cafes have the best brunch sides?sides are still many cafes' bread and butter. Barry cafe in Northcote, where d
Which Melbourne cafes have the best brunch sides?
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
sides are still many cafes' bread and butter. Barry cafe in Northcote, where diners like their avocado straight up. Photo: Ken Irwin The list of sides at Melbourne's favourite brunch spots are almost as long as their queues on weekends. Non-dairy... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leaderBill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leader
Brisbane Times / Posted 30 days ago
Bill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that she was 'deliberately barren'. Photo: Ken Irwin China's Taiwan affairs office subsequently said in a statement that Ms Tsai's comments showed her "ambiguous... Read more
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WA Today
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leaderBill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leader
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
Bill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that she was 'deliberately barren'. Photo: Ken Irwin China's Taiwan affairs office subsequently said in a statement that Ms Tsai's comments showed her "ambiguous... Read more
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The Age
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leaderBill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leader
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
Bill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that she was 'deliberately barren'. Photo: Ken Irwin The controversial and personal attack – the piece also delved into her dating history and family background, going... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leaderBill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leader
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Bill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that she was 'deliberately barren'. Photo: Ken Irwin The controversial and personal attack – the piece also delved into her dating history and family background, going... Read more
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Canberra Times
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leaderBill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that
Childless, loveless, insecure: how Chinese author overstepped the mark on Taiwan's new leader
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
Bill Heffernan later questioned her fitness for leadership on the grounds that she was 'deliberately barren'. Photo: Ken Irwin China's Taiwan affairs office subsequently said in a statement that Ms Tsai's comments showed her "ambiguous... Read more
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