Just how much has money got to do with campaigning and the democratic process in Australia? The simple answer is ‘lots’.
Described as the ‘greatest pharmaceutical disaster in history’, the Thalidomide morning-sickness pill tragically changed the lives of many families.
I am happy I am me… warts and all.
For what must be the millionth time I hear the sentence more likely to provoke infinite rage than any other, “I would never have guessed you were anorexic”.
“Australia is unable to agree on a cohesive national identity because everyone interprets and understands their national history and identity so personally.”
CitizenJ is partnering with the Griffith University Multi-Faith Centre to bring together the voices of people from a range of faiths, as well as those without religion, to write about what religion means in Australia today.
“When a lot of the media coverage was happening at the start of this year, a lot of us felt like it was wrongly labeling everybody from Logan to be like that, when we all know that’s not true.”
A food fight has erupted on a global scale as growing collective action against agricultural giant Monsanto has attracted worldwide attention through social media.
The book aims for a genteel combination of humorous observation, historical exposition, exploratory travel and elucidatory science.
Most people, when they learn I have four children find themselves compelled to repeat the figure – as though to check that I did, in fact, get the number right.