"It’s the responsibility of people who think it’s OK to be violent or controlling to change their behaviour."
The changes -- a long wait for payments, and lower payments -- will not pass the Senate.
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The 'Great Australian Dream' is toast.
The children I met won’t turn away from a problem, or dismiss a challenge as too hard. As well as looking out for others, they want to make a difference and have become advocates for causes they believe in.
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She lost her leg as a child but that isn't holding her back.
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A new app designed by young people is breaking down the stigma of seeking help from others through the gamification of goals. Goalzie, developed by the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre in co...
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I was expecting an apologetic, or at least appreciative wave as I stopped to let them pass. Instead they stared me down, yelled some things and punched my car.
Australia’s young generations have worse views about violence against women than any other age group, but experts suggest it's more naive than sinister. The study of Australians aged 16 to 24 found tw...