News Articles From This Week – As early voting begins, First Nations people across the country say they still don’t have details about the referendum
City streets in Latin American cities were bathed in green on Thursday as tens of thousands of women protested on International Safe Abortion Day.
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The Australian government says it is not responsible for 70 asylum seekers in Papua New Guinea who were evicted from temporary accommodation.
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Pensioners and jobseekers will be able to work longer without losing pay, while Tafe and apprenticeships will receive more funding under Working Future reforms
It has been described as a landmark report on how Tasmanian authorities have dealt with allegations of child sexual abuse in hospitals, schools, detention and out-of-home care. So what did he say?
Young Victorians are committing more violent and serious crimes than ever recorded, with offenders aged 14 to 17 driving the trend, state crime statistics released on Thursday reveal.
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There were 190,939 deaths in 2022, almost 20,000 more than in 2021. COVID-19 caused 9,859 deaths and became the third leading cause. Infectious diseases (influenza and pneumonia) were among the top 5 causes of death last in 1970. The main cause of death remained ischemic heart disease.
The disability royal commission is due to report this week. Here is a summary of the last four years
The disability royal commission concludes after four and a half years. Here’s how we got here and what’s next.
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After four and a half years of damning evidence, Australia’s biggest inquiry into the treatment of disabled people has withdrawn its final report. Here are the main takeaways.
Nicole Lee: When the disability royal commission was announced over four years ago, I was in the gallery in Parliament. I stood with disabled people, advocates and activists united in the hope that our right as disabled people to live free from violence and neglect and to be included and equal before the law would be recognized and that governments would mobilize to turn our hopes into reality.
Michael Cook: Bans on LGBTQI+ conversion practices, or as they were once called, “gay conversion therapy,” are underway in some countries. In Australia, bans have been introduced in Victoria, the Australian Capital Territory (Canberra) and Queensland.
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An AI model used to analyze more than half a million domestic violence reports found that 57% involved coercive control
The damage caused by six months of cigarette smoking is equivalent to five years of smoking cigarettes, according to a shocking new discovery by medical experts.
Advocate Tim Costello fears the national backlash could be an excuse for federal Labor to “tramp on the recommendation to ban ads in the big grass”.
Newspaper Headlines: Masks Back In Classrooms And ‘andrew Must Go’
Home manufacturing companies have sprung up across Australia to offer new options amid the property crisis, and now governments have taken notice.
Australia needs hundreds of thousands of new homes, but it can’t build them without more migrant workers. This is a problem ripe for politics.
Clean Air Fund says despite increased spending on air pollution, projects still receive less than 1% of funding
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Julia Driscoll: Six months ago, I was standing outside my ex-partner’s house when the police broke through the window to check on Social Security.
Barney Zwartz: Jonah, the man we remember spending three days in the belly of a whale, is much more.
Karen Swallow Prior: Before social media, I really had no idea that people who claimed to be Christians would treat each other so cruelly.
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Transforming our cities to be less car-centric will strengthen communities, improve well-being and help the environment, says Dutch social scientist
Efficient lighting is one of the simplest ready-to-implement technologies that can help the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Kay Critchell and Michael Traurig: Our beaches are in trouble. Limited recycling programs and a society that throws away so much results in more than 3 million tons of plastic polluting the oceans. An estimated 1.5-1.9% of this litter ends up on beaches.
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Media Release – The Australia Institute: A detailed and comprehensive review of corporate political spending has found that Australian listed companies disclose little information about their political spending and lag far behind their US counterparts.
Ross Gittins: If the Albanian government can’t extricate itself and its economists from the grip of the now-outdated measure, all its fine words about the joys of full employment won’t count for much.
For the first time in more than 50 years, infectious disease is the leading cause of death in Australia
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According to the Bureau of Statistics, COVID-19 became one of the leading causes of death in Australia in 2022, but heart disease remained the biggest killer. The Newbury Weekly News reported this week that a Thatcham woman has been jailed after defrauding her employers. from £90,000.
Joanne Jordan abused her position of trust as a secretary at The Old Mill, Aldermaston, by writing fraudulent checks and duplicating invoices – until her ruse was discovered by her employers.
In other news, scaled back plans for a development in Speen have now been submitted following a campaign by landowners angered by proposals to move them from a site they have occupied for 100 years.
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Benham Estates first unveiled plans for 125 homes on land between the A4, Station Road and A34 in 2013 in response to West Berkshire Council’s appeal for suitable housing sites that same year.
Also this week, Theale Parish Council was told to give up five acres of its land on North Street – or risk not getting its “urgently needed” replacement primary school.
West Berkshire Council says the land – owned by the Englefield Estate but on a long-term lease from the parish council – is the only suitable site in the village.
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Meanwhile, female genital mutilation, a brutal practice that involves cutting, removing and mutilating female genitalia, has emerged as a problem across the region.
Speaking at a health and wellbeing committee meeting in Newbury last week, community director Rachael Wardell said: “People might think it’s not a problem in West Berkshire, but it is.”
In the education pages, Trinity College hosted a ground-breaking event last week pitting Labour, Conservative and Lib Dem MP candidates against a crowd of the school’s former students.
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For the full report and all the education news, interviews and articles for your local schools, pick up a copy and turn to pages 18 and 19 for our education pages.
In Hungerford, regular users of the “popular” Hungerford bus route are devastated after it was cut last week.
Route 222 between East Grafton, Hungerford and Newbury has been discontinued despite a campaign to keep it.
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Celebrations were all over Thatcham this week for Cold Ash Preschool after it was rated outstanding by Ofsted.
The nursery was judged to have inspirational teachers and staff who demonstrate an “uncompromising desire to provide first-class service”.
And in the pages of Hampshire, the Earl of Carnarvon is bidding farewell to Downton Abbey this year after ITV revealed that the drama’s sixth series will air in the autumn and will be filmed at Highclere Castle, Lord Carnarvon’s ancestral home. to be the last – with a possible film of the award-winning series discussed.
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Our 3D image this week lets you pull a Ferrari off the page wherever you have our paper and the Newburyi3d app – available on the App Store and Google Play.
Our commemorative coverage of the First World War continues as we look at West Berkshire police officers who went from serving their local community to serving their country.
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The Mail on Sunday described the move as “a desperate bid to protect the education of millions of young people” amid a sharp rise in cases. Since high school students are already required to wear masks in public places, the newspaper said this means they will have to wear them “from the moment they arrive until they leave”.
The Observer says fears are growing that the new school term could lead to a “huge surge” in cases of the omicron variant. The government is also facing criticism for failing to ensure the availability of covid tests in time for a return to schools and workplaces after Christmas, the newspaper said.
The Times focuses on the impact of rising cases on NHS staff numbers and reports that more than 110,000 staff – almost one in ten – were absent on New Year’s Eve, with almost 50,000 out of work for Covid-related reasons. Newspapers say neonatal and emergency wards are among the hardest hit, with long waiting times and fewer specialist beds available in some hospitals.
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The Sunday Express leads with a warning from NHS provider chiefs,
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