Emergency Childcare funding arrangements have been introduced by the Federal Government to deal with COVID-19 – but will the sector be able to return to normal once the crisis is over? Education policy lead at Mitch Institute Victoria University Dr Jen Jackson says careful planning is needed to deal with the complexity of early learning […]
Pro-democracy activists say they fear “the end of Hong Kong”, after China announced plans for a new security law, which would give Beijing more control over Hong Kong. Griffith Asia Institute Industry Fellow Rowan Callick says this is an issue that has been brewing for 17 years and explains the “wolf warrior” mindset of Chinese […]
Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Jessica Lynguard says West Aussies should ready themselves for a stormy Sunday afternoon. The bureau is expecting winds of up to 130km/h and rainfall of up to 100ml and says property owners should safeguard their homes and businesses.
The Police are recruiting and Inspector Geoff Desanges says there is a need to recruit a diverse range of people to service all members of the community. Plus why the Police don’t feel the cold (according to Basil).
Ever wondered who cleans up after the crime scenes, the hoarders, the cat ladies and all the rest? We’re speaking to Tess Glasgow from Aust Decon, a specialist trauma cleaner.
Queensland Senator Pauline Hanson says it should be illegal to ship baby formula overseas. Ms Hanson told Oliver Peterson this wouldn’t be retaliation for China imposing an 80 per cent tariff on Australian barley.