Government’s religious discrimination expense enshrines the right to damage others in the name of faith


   Bianca de Marchi/AAP Submissions on the second version Christian Porter’s spiritual discrimination bill are closed, and we await the decision. The first version of the costs was extensively criticised for going too far, or not far enough. In a problematic law reform procedure, Porter has actually paid little attention>>>

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Why the Federal government obstructed a law requiring assisted living home to expose staff and food budgets


 Why the Government obstructed a law forcing retirement home to reveal staff and food spending plans Published February 09, 2020 05:00:56 Sydney’s streets were thick with smoke as the blazes took hold on December 5 in 2015. That might discuss why few observed or cared about the last sitting day>>>

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Waitlist for kid psychological health services doubles under Ford government


 TORONTO– Wait times for kids and youth psychological health services have actually more than doubled in two years, according to a report from care service providers who are urging Premier Doug Ford’s federal government to increase spending to address the hold-ups. The report from Kid’s Mental Health Ontario, released Monday>>>

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What Life Lessons Can You Learn from Harry Potter?


  What Life Lessons Can You Learn from Harry Potter? When you step into the world of Harry Potter, your imagination takes over and you find yourself as a student in Hogwarts, the magical we all wanted to go to when we were young. In fact, like most diehard Harry>>>

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