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Tweet Australia’s Climate Change strategy was on the minds of politicians and public figures at Sydney’s Parliament House last Friday, April 27. ‘Beyond The Carbon Price’ saw speeches including former Liberal leader John Hewson, Australian Council of Trade Unions President Ged Kearney and ALP National President Jenny McAllister. The night opened the 2012 Climate Action…

Tweet A Redfern student has been awarded a $500 scholarship for helping children in the community. Eathan Philips, 16, was this year’s recipient of the Betty Makin Youth Awards and attends Alexandria Park Community School. Eathan was nominated by his school teacher Patricia Betar, for using his passion for Indigenous traditions and teaching performing arts,…

Tweet An annual exhibition showcasing companies that are launching a new brand or reinforcing existing brands that value sustainable living will be hosted at Moore Park this month. EcoXpo is a forum of sustainable companies and their customers that are interested in eco living. Event organiser, Aymeric Maudous, said there will be 7 main pavilions…

Tweet About 10,000 Australian men visit the Asia pacific each year with the purpose of sexually exploiting children, 2,000 of which are convicted sex offenders. CEO of the Melbourne based organization, Bernadette McMenamin, set up the Child Wise twenty years ago after witnessing the extent of child sex abuse both in Australia and overseas during…

Tweet Support for migrants An open forum at the state parliament tonight will address the challenges of migrant families as they settle into Australian life. ‘Growing the Family Tree’ is a joint partnership with the City of Sydney, Relationships Australia and Ethnic Communities’ Council of NSW, addressing common problems in multicultural communities. Academics, experts, writers…