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The Courier Mail
Stopping violence starts with kidsCHILDREN as young as Year 1 should be given compulsory lessons on domestic viol
Stopping violence starts with kids
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
CHILDREN as young as Year 1 should be given compulsory lessons on domestic violence, advocacy groups say. They claim girls as young as 14 are falling victim to abusive relationships and that education is critical. Brisbane Domestic Violence Service... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Class warfare on domestic violenceSOME years ago I was teaching in one of Melbourne’s most prestigious, coeducati
Class warfare on domestic violence
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
SOME years ago I was teaching in one of Melbourne’s most prestigious, coeducational private schools. I was presenting the Australian poet, James McAuley, and his poem, , to senior students. The poem has the line: “Small things can pit the memory like... Read more
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WA Today
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't HoleproofIllustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't Holeproof
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a socks and jocks shop like Pacific Brands. Which is why its boardroom brains trust offered more than $3 million in retention/incentive payments to its top executives in... Read more
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The Age
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't HoleproofIllustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't Holeproof
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a socks and jocks shop like Pacific Brands. Which is why its boardroom brains trust offered more than $3 million in retention/incentive payments to its top executives in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't HoleproofIllustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't Holeproof
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a socks and jocks shop like Pacific Brands. Which is why its boardroom brains trust offered more than $3 million in retention/incentive payments to its top executives in... Read more
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Canberra Times
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't HoleproofIllustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't Holeproof
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a socks and jocks shop like Pacific Brands. Which is why its boardroom brains trust offered more than $3 million in retention/incentive payments to its top executives in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't HoleproofIllustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a
Pac Brands spent millions to retain top jocks like David Bortolussi, but the plan wasn't Holeproof
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Illustration: John Shakespeare. Not just any old Tom, Dick or Harry can run a socks and jocks shop like Pacific Brands. Which is why its boardroom brains trust offered more than $3 million in retention/incentive payments to its top executives in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Qld's domestic violence strategy may finally put action to the testOn Monday, the Palaszczuk government promised to follow through on all 140 of t
Qld's domestic violence strategy may finally put action to the test
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
On Monday, the Palaszczuk government promised to follow through on all 140 of the recommendations in the Not Now, Not Ever taskforce report led by Dame Quentin Bryce. Photo: Simone De Peak While the Queensland government’s commitment to taking... Read more
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News Mail
Tony Perrett welcomes domestic and family violence actionRECOMMENDATIONS arising from a report into domestic and family violence will be
Tony Perrett welcomes domestic and family violence action
News Mail / Posted 9 days ago
RECOMMENDATIONS arising from a report into domestic and family violence will be adopted by the Queensland State Government. What do you think? Will they make a difference? What would you like to see happen to curb domestic and family... Read more
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News Mail
Time to end the trauma of Domestic ViolenceIT'S been a long six months for those at the forefront of Queensland's war on d
Time to end the trauma of Domestic Violence
News Mail / Posted 10 days ago
IT'S been a long six months for those at the forefront of Queensland's war on domestic terrorism. On February 28, former Australian governor general Quentin Bryce gave her Not Now, Not Ever report to Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk. Inside the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Premier Palaszczuk says Not Now, Not Ever to family violencePREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the Queensland Government will impl
Premier Palaszczuk says Not Now, Not Ever to family violence
Queensland Times / Posted 10 days ago
PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the Queensland Government will implement all 140 recommendations in Dame Quentin Bryce's landmark Not Now, Not Ever report into domestic and family violence. Key actions include increasing criminal... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Annastacia Palaszczuk to adopt domestic violence recommendationsPremier Annastacia Palaszczuk receives Dame Quentin Bryce's report into domesti
Annastacia Palaszczuk to adopt domestic violence recommendations
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk receives Dame Quentin Bryce's report into domestic violence. Photo: Cameron Atfield The Queensland government will adopt every one of Dame Quentin Bryce's recommendations that came out of her landmark report into... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Premier Palaszczuk says Not Now, Not Ever to family violencePREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the Queensland Government will impl
Premier Palaszczuk says Not Now, Not Ever to family violence
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
PREMIER Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced the Queensland Government will implement all 140 recommendations in Dame Quentin Bryce's landmark Not Now, Not Ever report into domestic and family violence. Key actions include increasing criminal... Read more
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University of Queensland
Community and business leaders celebrated in UQ alumni awardsQueensland’s Governor features in a distinguished line-up of community and busi
Community and business leaders celebrated in UQ alumni awards
University of Queensland / Posted 11 days ago
Queensland’s Governor features in a distinguished line-up of community and business leaders celebrated in The University of Queensland’s 2015 Alumni Awards. The awards recognise the achievements of alumni who have accomplished outstanding success in... Read more
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Herald Sun
Hamish McLachlan’s Sunday Interview: What you didn’t know about Samantha ArmytageSHE went from unassuming country girl to morning TV star who’s hounded by papar
Hamish McLachlan’s Sunday Interview: What you didn’t know about Samantha Armytage
Herald Sun / Posted 17 days ago
SHE went from unassuming country girl to morning TV star who’s hounded by paparazzi wherever she goes. Samantha Armytage spills the beans on her past, those Russell Crowe dating rumours and her celebrity crush. HAMISH McLACHLAN: You’re on a rare... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Boys meet hero at Lone PineGoondiwindi High School students meet VC winner at Lone Pine on Anzac Day WE c
Boys meet hero at Lone Pine
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 17 days ago
Goondiwindi High School students meet VC winner at Lone Pine on Anzac Day WE call many people a hero. But last week Goondiwindi State High School students met one who epitomises everything we can think of when we say, “Anzac spirit”. And perhaps,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Free-to-air rules unfair play to sports viewersAUSTRALIA’S free-to-air television networks have been taking sports fans for mu
Free-to-air rules unfair play to sports viewers
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
AUSTRALIA’S free-to-air television networks have been taking sports fans for mugs for many years now. Under “anti-siphoning” laws that date back to the pre-internet era of the early 1990s, they are given first and exclusive chop at major sporting... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Ms Fix-itAs chief of staff to Tony Abbott, Peta Credlin is regarded as the organisationa
Ms Fix-it
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
As chief of staff to Tony Abbott, Peta Credlin is regarded as the organisational brain behind the prime minister - and by some as having way too much power. Tony Abbott had been prime minister for seven weeks when he visited the Australian military... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Australia's oldest person diesAustralia's oldest resident, Eva McConnell of Mollymook, has died aged 111. Au
Australia's oldest person dies
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 27 days ago
Australia's oldest resident, Eva McConnell of Mollymook, has died aged 111. Australia's oldest resident, Eva McConnell of Mollymook, has died aged 111. Born in 1901, Mrs McConnell lived at home and was cared for by her daughter and the Illawarra... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Role model Adam Goodes wins Australian of the YearADAM Goodes says he'll use his Australian of the Year award to educate people t
Role model Adam Goodes wins Australian of the Year
The Courier Mail / Posted 29 days ago
ADAM Goodes says he'll use his Australian of the Year award to educate people that fighting racism is as simple as opening your mouth. Awarded the Brownlow Medal in 2003 and 2006, the Sydney Swans player has also claimed two premierships in a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie BattyThe Allison Baden-Clay Foundation, named after the Brookfield mother of three,
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie Batty
Brisbane Times / Posted 29 days ago
The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation, named after the Brookfield mother of three, will be launched on Friday. Photo: Ten News Rosie Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed doors inspired a new foundation named after... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Clay group tips hat to Rosie BattyRosie Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed d
Clay group tips hat to Rosie Batty
Sky News Australia / Posted 29 days ago
Rosie Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed doors inspired a new foundation named after murdered Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay. The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation, to be launched on Friday, will work alongside... Read more
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News.com.au
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie Battybreaking news ROSIE Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out fro
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie Batty
News.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
breaking news ROSIE Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed doors inspired a new foundation named after murdered Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay. THE Allison Baden-Clay... Read more
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Perth Now
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie BattyROSIE Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed d
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie Batty
Perth Now / Posted 29 days ago
ROSIE Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed doors inspired a new foundation named after murdered Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay. THE Allison Baden-Clay Foundation, to be launched on Friday, will work alongside... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie BattyROSIE Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed d
Baden-Clay group tips hat to Rosie Batty
The Courier Mail / Posted 29 days ago
ROSIE Batty's invaluable work bringing family violence out from behind closed doors inspired a new foundation named after murdered Brisbane mother Allison Baden-Clay. THE Allison Baden-Clay Foundation, to be launched on Friday, will work alongside... Read more
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The Border Mail
Gay marriage debate showing no sign of coming to an endIndigo Council's decision to discuss the merits of same-sex marriage shows the
Gay marriage debate showing no sign of coming to an end
The Border Mail / Posted 30 days ago
Indigo Council's decision to discuss the merits of same-sex marriage shows the issue will continued to be debated for some time yet EDITORIAL Legalising same-sex marriage is a discussion that has quickly gathered pace in recent times. Large... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Clay will become the face of family violence campaignALLISON Baden-Clay will become the face of family violence in a new campaign to
Clay will become the face of family violence campaign
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
ALLISON Baden-Clay will become the face of family violence in a new campaign to reduce the shocking rate of murders in the home. A foundation to be launched this week in the mum-of-three’s name will educate people about warning signs of emotional... Read more
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