Scott Morrison-Many Shadow Ministers

From the already bland and mundane politics appealing to no one other than those whose business it is to follow it (the journos and commentators making a living off it), the revelations that Scott Morrison had himself appointed to a number of ministerial portfolios while prime minister have amplified theRead More →


Puneet Puneet, a now infamous fugitive drunk driver who killed Dean Hofstee and critically injured Clancy Coker in 2008 and ran away to India on a friend’s passport while on bail, has been at it again. And for the nth time, successful too. When many celebrated back in 2021 includingRead More →

College of Law and Justice - University for Crime Prevention

A new Graduate Certificate in Crime Prevention will be one of the first qualifications of its kind to be offered in Australia, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government. Designed by Victoria University in partnership with the Department of Justice and Community Safety, the four-unit course will see studentsRead More →

FWO takes UoM to court

The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action against The University of Melbourne, alleging it coerced and took adverse action against two casual academics to stop them from claiming payment for work performed. In documents filed in the Federal Court, the regulator alleges that the University took adverse action againstRead More →

VMC piece by David Davis

Cleaning up Labor’s corrupt grants processes Victoria’s broad multicultural community has strengthened our economy and social structure and the Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC), a statutory authority established under the Baillieu government in 2011, provides advice to government on policies and programs that are relevant to multicultural communities.  Daniel Andrews andRead More →

Raksha Bandhan

Award winning director Aanad L Rai bring the biggest family treat of the year with Akshay Kumar – Bhumi Pednekar starrer – Raksha Bandhan. The anticipation surrounding Aanand L Rai’s Raksha Bandhan has been growing since the film’s announcement. This week, the makers launched a motion poster and set theRead More →

Federation Uni scraps Arts Degree

Federation University will cut its Bachelor of Arts degree from next year. The university’s Education, Arts and Community Dean says declining enrolments have made the program unviable. The National Tertiary Education Union says only the rich can afford to earn an arts degree at a “sandstone university” The National Tertiary Education UnionRead More →