Archive for October 12th, 2014

The Zone: How to end poverty – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

The Zone: How to end poverty
Sydney Morning Herald
WHO: Fiona Canny, head of campaigns for Oaktree, Australia’s biggest youth-led organisation. WHAT: Extreme poverty in the world has been halved and can be eradicated. HOW: Use education and foreign aid to create equality of opportunity, and force …
How to end poverty – interview transcript with Oaktree’s Fiona CannyBrisbane Times

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Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Woman in Sydney court over abduction attempt on three-year-old girl – Sydney Morning Herald


NEWS.com.au

Woman in Sydney court over abduction attempt on three-year-old girl
Sydney Morning Herald
A woman will appear in court on Sunday after being charged over the attempted abduction of a three-year-old girl in Sydney’s west. It is alleged the 31-year-old woman took the child from a car seat in Jamisontown while the girl’s mother had her back turned …
Woman who abducted toddler from car sent for mental health checkThe Age

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Sunday, October 12th, 2014

Man charged with murder at Adelaide boarding house – ABC Online

ABC OnlineMan charged with murder at Adelaide boarding houseABC OnlineA 27-year-old man has been charged with murdering another man at a city boarding house in Adelaide. The 47-year-old victim was found with head injuries in an upstairs room of the pre…

Sunday, October 12th, 2014

One-punch victim ‘lucky’ after recovery – Courier Mail


Sydney Morning Herald

One-punch victim ‘lucky’ after recovery
Courier Mail
ONE-PUNCH victim Jake Stephenson is feeling `very, very lucky’ just 48 hours after being placed in a coma following the latest ugly attack on Sydney’s streets. MR Stephenson’s alleged attacker on Sunday morning in Bondi, a 32-year-old from Sydney’s south …
Rapid recovery for Bondi assault victim as ‘shattered’ friends speak outIllawarra Mercury

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Sunday, October 12th, 2014

National curriculum changes won’t be ready for 2015 school year – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

National curriculum changes won’t be ready for 2015 school year
Sydney Morning Herald
Comment: Culture wars fizzle out in curriculum review · Widespread support to change ‘bloated’ curriculum. Sweeping changes to the national curriculum are unlikely to be ready for the 2015 school year, despite widespread agreement the syllabus needs …
Christopher Pyne concedes no school curriculum changes before 2016The Guardian
No new curriculum until 2016NEWS.com.au
Curriculum review shows too much content taught in primary schoolsABC Online (blog)
International Business Times AU –Herald Sun
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