Saturday, July 13, 2024

Suganthi Singarayar


Public housing transfers well managed?

Between October 2018 and September 2019, the NSW government transferred the management of over 14,000 public housing rental agreements throughout NSW to 10 Community...

Mining continues in Sydney’s water catchments

When it comes to coal mining there is ongoing tension between environmental and economic needs. Recent approval of extraction plans for Metropolitan Mine’s longwall...

Jesuit Refugee Service – ‘we need help’

The Covid-19 crisis is affecting charities and the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS), which provides services to over 3,000 refugees and asylum seekers a year in its two centres at Parramatta and Westmead, is in urgent need of donations of food, money and volunteers.

Loving life – Laura Banning

Laura Banning is happy in her life and in her own skin. “I always have been, you know, just happy with everything."

A long journey – Charlotte Dobrovits

Charlotte Dobrovits is proud of her community at Poets Corner in Redfern, considered by some to be one of the toughest parts of Sydney.

Dedicated to health and education for Aboriginal women

"I’ve retired from full-time work, but I haven’t stopped.”

‘I know where to go, and where to stay’

Community Profile: Henry Kazuo Bluhme

45 years since martial law first imposed in the Philippines

Parallels with President Duterte at commemoration of 45th anniversary of Marcos declaring martial law.