by Bill Shorten, Shadow Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme, Shadow Minister for Government Services In August 2020, one of Melbourne’s luxe bayside suburbs, Albert Park, was the site of a terrible and sad tale. In the middle of the city’s second hard lockdown, the residents of a private
by Bill Shorten, Shadow Minister for Government Services & the National Disability Insurance Scheme For Australian taxpayers the JobKeeper profiteering rorts are an ongoing disgrace. JobKeeper payments were meant to apply to businesses that suffered a slump and give them a revenue lifeline to keep trading and keep Australians employed.
by Senator Kim Carr This is Science Week, when Australia celebrates the work and achievements of its scientists. The Morrison Government’s preparation for Science Week, however, was to deny Parliament access to independent scientific advice and support. Last week – the same week that the IPCC delivered a dire health
There’s an unfolding education crisis in India, as the pandemic highlights the inequalities faced by students, teachers and families trying to learn online By Dr Amanda Gilbertson, Joyeeta Dey, Dr Andrew Deuchar, and Professor Nathan Grills, University of Melbourne As India continues to struggle with the catastrophic health impacts of