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Hong Kong: Wiping Out Both Memory and Speech

Individual and collective memory is an essential - though notoriously unstable - human element. For those who have lived and suffered under injustice and totalitarianism...

Monica Doumit: When ‘medicine’ targets the child

“It’s not good news. Your baby has Down syndrome… and I’ve scheduled a termination for tomorrow.” Zoey was at work and her doctor phoned with...

[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...
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One of Australia’s leading news photographers Brendan Esposito has built a career out of running head-on into mayhem, and says much of what makes...

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