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[email protected] with John Steenhof, human rights lawyer

Meet the man helping Christians caught between faith and the law, who is busier than ever.

Monica Doumit: ‘Leave the baby to die’

Statistics reveal the falsity of the abortion industry For the purposes of the law of the Commonwealth, a child born alive is a person. The...

Victorian lawmakers ignore warnings on ‘conversion’ ban

Groups across a wide spectrum reacted with dismay and concern to new law.

Aged care catastrophe as residents sedated

Medical experts call for a national body to monitor the welfare of vulnerable Australians in aged care.

Migration a ‘crisis’ issue, Pope says

Migration movements "are one of the defining signs of our time," said the pope in Bangkok.
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Sydneysiders protest extreme abortion bill

An attempt to legalise abortion up to birth was introduced into the New South Wales Parliament today as hundreds, including a number of politicians,...

NSW faces extreme abortion bill

Leaders slam "barbaric" proposed legislation promoting abortion until birth across the state.

Bishop Richard Umbers: The business of making babies

Early last week, the Australian published an article (‘Kenya a new surrogacy source’, 3 June 2019) by Legal Affairs Correspondent, Nicola Berkovic, drawing attention...

Thousands gather for Tiananmen vigil

Hong Kong's largest crowd gathered for the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

Important rights at stake in schools

Vigilance is needed to strike balance between rights in Catholic schools, says ACU academic.
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