POSTED ON // Saturday, 30 August 2014
Written by // James Findlay
New Federal Government documents show 620 school welfare workers might end up without a job if the states and territories take on Tony Abbott’s directive of administering the School Chaplaincy Program.
The World Congress of Families will gain more unwanted attention this weekend, as a selection of pro-choice and anti-homophobic demonstrators plan a special ‘welcome’ for the Congress guests and participants.
Principals and parents are outraged at amendments the Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) has made this week, rolling back changes it enforced in July to make it easier for Principals to remove Special Religious Instruction (SRI) from their schools.
Troy Chiodo-Gurr was the editor of MCV when John Howard controversially made the changes to the Marriage Act. Here he takes us through that tumultuous time and asks: what have you done lately to further the cause?
POSTED ON // Wednesday, 06 August 2014
Written by // Rachel Cook
The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me is one of the most celebrated plays in gay culture. Rachel Cook talks to actor James Wright and producer Les Solomon about their production, which is playing in Melbourne this month.