NDIS Articles

Federal budget delivers to get NDIS ‘back on track’

The Albanese Government has committed its support for people living with disability in its inaugural federal budget this week.

Federal budget delivers to get NDIS ‘back on track’

Federal budget delivers to get NDIS ‘back on track’

Community Care Review

NDIS providers combine services

Social enterprise Independence Australia will join forces with fellow NDIS provider Zest Care from next month. The post NDIS providers

NDIS providers combine services

NDIS providers combine services

Community Care Review

A Secret Australia: Why Julian Assange’s own country ignored him and WikiLeaks’ exposés

As a journalist, scholar and media reformer, I have been following the activities of WikiLeaks for over a decade, assessing the disrupting force of new radical platforms for disclosure. WikiLeaks is a crucial example of a digital platform that exposes the contradictions of the internet as a tool for openness …

New Daily Direct Feed

You might not like Scott Morrison’s daggy dad shtick, but it is paying off big time

It’s not often you get to see a prime minister’s feet. But there they were, splashed full-page in the Sunday Telegraph last weekend, a jacketed Scott Morrison standing in blue board shorts and white thongs, gazing at his phone. The snap that sparked debate over political propaganda. Photo: Facebook ‘ScoMo …

New Daily Direct Feed

NDIS providers combine services

NDIS providers combine services

Social enterprise Independence Australia will join forces with fellow NDIS provider Zest Care from next month. The post NDIS providers

Convictions quashed in double police killing

Convictions quashed in double police killing

A man jailed for life for the killing of two Melbourne policemen has had his convictions overturned because of the “reprehensible” conduct of investigating officers. Jason Roberts had convictions for the 1998 murders of Sergeant Gary Silk and Senior Constable Rodney Miller overturned on Tuesday, after two decades behind bars. …

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MP wants conscience vote on climate bill

MP wants conscience vote on climate bill

Zali Steggall has dared the prime minister to allow a conscience vote on her climate change bill if he’s not willing to step up on action himself. The independent MP for Warringah will introduce her climate change bill to parliament on Monday, having delayed the plan because of the coronavirus …

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