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As 26th January approaches, it can be a confusing time for many Australians, writes Wiradjuri woman Jess Staines, The Koori Curriculum If you’re a parent who grew up celebrating it as our ‘national day’ with BBQs, beers and beach, then you might have mixed feelings about...

“Sticking Together” – Aussie Kids Invited to Share Their Stories of Mateship and Community in National Primary Schools’ Program. Primary school children across Australia are invited to share their stories of fair go, mateship, respect and inclusion as part of the popular nationwide Aussie of the...

Australians’ national wellbeing shows a glass half full, reports Michelle Grattan Australia presents a mixed picture of national wellbeing, according to the government’s Measuring What Matters report released by Treasurer Jim Chalmers. On the positive side, over the past two decades life expectancy has increased, income and...

From 1 November 2022 NSW moves into the next stage with a number of food service items being phased out including: Single-use plastic straws*, stirrers and cutlery Single-use plastic plates and bowls Expanded polystyrene foodware. These changes follow the ban on lightweight plastic bags that took...

‘Would you like lunch? Can I clean out the chook house?’  Mel Taylor and Barbara Ryan look at what people need after disaster strikes. The floods ravaging Victoria have destroyed hundreds of homes and left at least one person dead. Some rivers are not expected to...

Emily Ross looks at why the National curriculum is controversial. The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority released a proposed revision of the foundation to year 10 national curriculum for public consultation in April. Since then, the draft national curriculum — the final version of which...

Shutterstock by Wes Mountain, The Conversation More than 25 million people Australians sat down on (or around) Tuesday August 20 last year to complete their census. Despite our borders still largely being closed, that was an 8.6% increase in the number of people completing the census in 2021...

We know you love books just as much as we do, so we are excited to share with you the most cherished Christmas books as recommended by kids....

How can you be thoughtful and spontaneous with gift giving when everyone feels obliged to buy a gift at Christmas time? Where’s the joy in that!  Here are 5 ideas to make your Christmas more meaningful and sustainable. Avoid, if possible, buying anything brand new This...

This Anzac Day help support Legacy Australia in an unusual way. Australian veteran charity, Legacy Australia has created the ultimate cookbook for biscuit enthusiasts or families looking to mark the commemoration this Anzac Day. The Legacy Anzac Biscuit Cookbook is full of old classics or modern...