Monthly Archives: September 2011
The Deadlys, Australia’s largest Indigenous awards night, showcase the depth of talent and achievements of Indigenous Australians across the fields of sport, the arts, education, health, employment, cultural advancement and leadership.
What can we do about jobs in this country to ensure that we stay ahead of the game? How can we build on Australia’s strong record of economic growth and job creation in recent years? How can we best position ourselves to benefit from the changing global economy?
The NSW Energymark program is a CSIRO initiative in partnership with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage helping households lower power bills and reduce our impact on the environment. They’re looking for volunteeers.
This week more than 4600 organisations across Australia got the news that they were successful in their grant applications for funding to support their volunteers. In my duty electorates more than $1m will go to local organisations doing amazing work. … Continue reading
Sophie Mirabella has a strange view of the world. Continue reading
Having a negative body image affects general wellbeing and can lead to serious health issues and social isolation. We know that young people have consistently identified body image as a significant issue in their lives, so it’s great that the … Continue reading
I have received almost 12,000 messages asking for a public inquiry into the regulation of the media in Australiaso the Government’s announcement of an inquiry is very welcome. The Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, … Continue reading
I was very impressed by a demonstration this week of how the new, personally controlled electronic health record – eHealth – will work, and to meet some of the members of the National E-Health Transition Authority who have been … Continue reading