Kevin Andrews offers some explanation of the previously secret information upon which he relied. Mr Andrews said the AFP had told him before making his visa decision that police suspected the internet conversation may be evidence Dr Haneef had prior… Read More ›
Month: July 2007
Two contrasting examples, one using the broadest of brushes and the other dissecting stereotypes instead. Firstly, one of the run-of-the-mill “raunch culture is all the fault of feminists who talked up the sexual revolution” op-eds that are becoming soooo familiar:Feminism’s… Read More ›
I’m feeling way too sick to write anything much (stupid lungs), so I bring you – more kid art. Chroma Kidz washable paint on Reflex A4.
If you only watch one YouTube movie today featuring dancing country farmer’s daughters contortionists singing about potato salad, it should be this one.
This is just heartbreaking. News.com.au reports that admissions of pre-teen girls with severe anorexia nervosa to Melbourne Royal Children’s Hospital have risen by over 1400% in the past four years. The article continues: Clinical leader Dr Andrew Kennedy, who overseas… Read More ›
[Image credit: FPWA, via ANTaR] ANTaR, Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation, is an independent network of organisations and individuals (mostly non-indigenous) working in support of justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia. Check out ANTaR’s Success… Read More ›
“I invent the Future” USN Rear Admiral “Amazing” Grace Hopper (1906-1992), mathematician, computer pioneer, marketing innovator, academic and above all guru of the importance of embracing change, has a special place in the heart of many a female nerd/geek. She… Read More ›