For millions of casual frontline workers who can’t work from home, reinstating disaster payments is the very least the government can do, unions say.
To swathes of the Australian population, $750 is a lot of money.
“These children are being traumatised as we speak—keeping them in these settings is akin to torture.”
With the power of a neural net at their fingertips, the internet’s unreformed chuckleheads are forcing a computer to generate images like ‘Super Mario sentenced to life’ and ‘babies doing parkour’.
The platform has become the source of widespread “fear and distress” among welfare recipients across the country.
Early evidence suggests the new Omicron sub-variant, BA.4/5, could be the most transmissible seen yet.
A new employment services platform is suggesting some job seekers apply for jobs out of state, for those who can access the service at all.
The visit makes Anthony Albanese the first Australian prime minister in history to make it to Ukraine.
“Acting on un-competitive salaries and unsustainable workloads is the only way to stop more teachers leaving.”
She is the poster child for unconditional love. She is always in your court. She would take a bullet for you.
“For too long, the balancing of flexibility and the enforcement of strong workplace rights and protections has been seen as a zero-sum game.”