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Peter Dutton rules out using Syrian ceasefire to extract Australians

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton will not use a temporary ceasefire to rescue Australian women and children from the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria.
SBS - Published

Rebecca Lim: I write to give my children a face in society

My youngest daughter still doesn’t have access to books featuring protagonists like her: whip-smart, ballsy Asian girls who love public speaking, drama and dance, and are good at sport.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Grieving dad speaks out against WA junior drag racing age hike

Children would now turn to go-karting, junior motorbike racing and junior speedway, which had a minimum competing age of five, Mr Board said.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Is your child one of the lucky ones? Ad hoc provision of play-based learning in WA schools slammed

The push to protect the right of Western Australian children to play during early childhood has reached a new peak with 10,000 individuals and more than 180 organisations now calling on the state..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

No evacuations during Syrian ceasefire

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has ruled out using a temporary ceasefire to rescue Australian women and children from the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria..
SBS - Published

What to do with our IS brides? Bringing them home is no easy task

The US troop withdrawal from Syria adds urgency, but no clear answers, to what Australia should do to help the wives and children of its Islamic State fighters.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Convicted Busselton paedophile discovered living meters away from children's playground

Busselton driving instructor Peter Wallace Hill walked free this month, after serving just two years of his four-year jail term for the sexual abuse of a 13-year-old. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

More than 700 teachers under investigation over misconduct claims

Ten Victorian teachers were disqualified for misconduct in 2018-19 and a further 19 suspended over allegations including sexual offences against children.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'He didn't want to go alone': Mother's 911 call failed to save her children

A call to emergency services by an American mother highlights how bullying may have led to her eight-year-old son and his four-year-old sister taking their own lives.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Number of Indigenous children in out-of-home care expected to double

A national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children's strategy is needed to curb the number of Indigenous children in child protection, a report argues.
SBS - Published

Bluey's Emmy nomination earns Premier's parliamentary praise

Annastacia Palaszczuk has praised Brisbane-made hit children's show Bluey after it was nominated for an Emmy.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

One-in-three young children undernourished or overweight, UNICEF warns

Seven hundred million children worldwide are at risk of lifelong health problems as a result of childhood obesity or malnutrition, according to a UNICEF report.
SBS - Published

'She should have been safe': Perth father jailed for life over courthouse murder of ex-partner

A Perth father who murdered his ex-partner in the midst of a custody battle over their two children has been jailed for a minimum 24 years.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

Children will be innocent victims if pragmatism takes precedence in family law reform

Federal Attorney-General Christian Porter appears to be as disdainful of law reform commissions as he was when serving as attorney general in the West Australian Parliament.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Be it classical or contemporary, music scholars are busy children

Rehearsal before and after school, weekend workshops and a packed performance calendar is the norm for performing arts scholarship students.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

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