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In August 2017, mining magnate Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest was riled by the Australian Greens’ opposition to the cashless debit card system that’s been proposed for remote Indigenous communities. Forrest was quoted as saying that the party’s stance on this issue made them the “party for paedophiles”. Rewind twelve months. Throughout 2016, the Safe Schools Coalition […]
Anne Manne examines the culture within the Catholic Church that allowed the ongoing sexual abuse of children.
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