Health leaders, services, researchers call for welfare drug testing to be scrapped
**Updated on 24 August with comments from AMA president Dr Michael Gannon Health services and researchers have stepped up their calls for the Federal Government to abandon plans to drug test welfare r
Minchin Marriage Equality Plebiscite parody song - johnalchin
Tim Minchin whipped up this parody song about the postal plebiscite on marriage equality for same-sex couples announced by the Australian Government. Related CoverageTim Minchin Skewers Marriage Equality Plebiscite With ‘I Still Call Australia Home’ ParodyTim Minchin’s searing song about the same-sex marriage vote goes viral
How racism impacts health care | AJP
A new policy statement on racism in the health system has been released by the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association “Racism is not always overt; it is about beliefs, stereotypes, prejudices, and ...
Remote work-for-the-dole scheme 'devastating Indigenous communities'
The Federal Government's remote work-for-the-dole scheme is failing Indigenous communities, with financial penalties causing insurmountable debt and social division, a report finds.
How a union ripped off the workers
Low-paid workers have been ripped of by the very union supposed to protect them, writes one of the victims, Duncan Hart.
Widespread rorting 'undermining Australia's immigration programs'
A former immigration official claims that a focus on boat arrivals has allowed migration crime involving people arriving by plane to flourish unchecked.
Scott Morrison encourages states to let private sector run schools and hospitals
The finance minister, Mathias Cormann, says the idea would include providers competing with each other to deliver better health services
God Under Howard: The Rise of the Religious Right in Australian Politics
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Fact check: Has Australia's internet speed dropped from 30th to 60th in the world under the Coalition? - Fact Check
Labor has announced the policy that it will take to the election on the National Broadband Network, promising to install more fibre across the country than the Coalition's current plan Opposition communications spokesman Jason Clare says Australia's internet speed has dropped from 30th to 60th in the world under the Coalition. Is he correct? ABC Fact Check investigates.