Archive for October 8th, 2018

Sydney commuter chaos after 122 call in sick on Monday – Infosurhoy

InfosurhoySydney commuter chaos after 122 call in sick on MondayInfosurhoyFrustrated Sydney commuters suffered significant delays on their way home from work as a critical staff shortage and wet weather caused 28 services to be cancelled. Passengers ha…

Monday, October 8th, 2018

Education experts lash out at Australian schooling system – NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Education experts lash out at Australian schooling system
NEWS.com.au
A FORMER teacher has spoken out about the “demoralisation” of her profession and why she left because she was burnt out. Gabbie Stroud became emotional on ABC’s Q and A program when she recounted what she called the effects of demoralisation.
Q&A recap: Eddie Woo hits out at federal school fundingThe Australian
QandA: Former teacher ‘demoralised’ after NAPLAN test9news.com.au
‘Students are suffering’: Struggling teacher says education has hit ‘rock bottom’ in Australia – slamming NAPLAN Daily Mail

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Monday, October 8th, 2018

Perth assault: One-punch attack leaves cancer survivor fighting for life again – 9news.com.au


9news.com.au

Perth assault: One-punch attack leaves cancer survivor fighting for life again
9news.com.au
A Perth couple is pleading for justice after a coward punch left their son fighting for life. The thug who attacked Jarryd Dixon ran away and even switched shirts so he wouldn’t be caught by police, after the assault on King Street in Perth around 9pm
Father’s plea after son’s skull smashed in during one-punch attackYahoo News
King Street assault: Family of CBD punch victim plead with assailant to ‘man up’ and come forwardThe West Australian
‘He wouldn’t hurt anyone’: Father calls for coward who bashed his cancer-survivor son, 27, to hand himself in to Daily Mail

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Monday, October 8th, 2018

Women voters in poll position as parties court the female vote – The Age


The Age

Women voters in poll position as parties court the female vote
The Age
November’s state election could be decided by a concentrated group of women voters, with the parties vying to come up with the policy mix to win over crucial female support. The Age’s exclusive ReachTEL poll gives the opposition an edge over Labor in
Labor won’t deal with Greens, Daniel Andrews saysHerald Sun
Daniel Andrews and Labor retain narrow lead in Victorian election pollThe Guardian

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Monday, October 8th, 2018

Why this hotel ad has got people riled up – Newshub


Newshub

Why this hotel ad has got people riled up
Newshub
A seemingly innocuous hotel ad has angered Australians who say it perpetuates harmful gender stereotypes. The print commercial for Sofitel Brisbane appeared in Saturday’s edition of The Sydney Morning Herald. It shows a couple in a hotel bed, both …
Hotel ad angers womenNews Mail
Book in ad has angered womenMackay Daily Mercury

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Monday, October 8th, 2018
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