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Christianity

Expert says Perth mother's slap charge a lesson that there are alternatives

An early childhood expert says the case of a Perth mother being charged with assault for slapping her son should act as a "public lesson" about alternatives to corporal punishment. Dr Elspeth McInness, a sociologist and senior lecturer in the School of Education at the University of South Australia,....

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Leadership spills: ‘So yesterday’

The Foreign Minister addressed a meeting of the joint party room in Canberra, 24-hours after Liberal MPs voted down a motion for a leadership spill 61 votes to 39. “That’s it, people move on so quickly, leadership spills are so yesterday,” Ms Bishop told the meeting.

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How will Pope Francis change the Church?

Pope Francis has declared that he is "convinced of the urgency of offering spaces for women in the Church" and that he wants a "more widespread and incisive female presence". Was it, as Madeleine Teahan of the Catholic Herald told this weekend's Sunday programme on BBC Radio 4, "a brave attempt to....

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Expert says Perth mother's slap charge a lesson that there are alternatives

An early childhood expert says the case of a Perth mother being charged with assault for slapping her son should act as a "public lesson" about alternatives to corporal punishment. Dr Elspeth McInness, a sociologist and senior lecturer in the School of Education at the University of South Australia,....

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Julie Bishop demands Prime Minister Tony Abbott answer criticisms of his controversial chief of staff Peta Credlin

But she stopped short of joining backbench MPs who want the prime minister to dump her. 'His particular staffing arrangements are a matter for him,' she said. Mr Abbott has vowed things will change in his office after he fended off a party room push for a leadership spill on Monday.

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Joe Hockey safe as Treasurer: cabinet ministers

Cabinet ministers have rallied around Joe Hockey, amid reports Prime Minister Tony Abbott is under pressure to replace him as Treasurer. Senior government figures on Tuesday declared the internal fighting behind them one day after the attempt to force a leadership spill against Mr Abbott was defeated in the Liberal party room by 61 – 39 votes.

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Joe Hockey safe as Treasurer: cabinet ministers

Cabinet ministers have rallied around Joe Hockey, amid reports Prime Minister Tony Abbott is under pressure to replace him as Treasurer. Senior government figures on Tuesday declared the internal fighting behind them one day after the attempt to force a leadership spill against Mr Abbott was defeated in the Liberal party room by 61 – 39 votes.

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PM must respond to Credlin gripes: Bishop

Ms Bishop reportedly has a strained relationship with Ms Credlin, who has angered many government MPs by centralising control and vetoing staffing decisions. The minister described Ms Credlin as a very powerful figure with "a lot of opinions". But she stopped short of joining backbench MPs who want the prime minister to dump her.

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PM must respond to Credlin gripes: Bishop

DEPUTY Liberal leader Julie Bishop says government MPs have offered the prime minister "very frank and blunt" assessments of how his office is being run. "The prime minister must respond to their concerns if they are valid concerns," Ms Bishop told the ABC on Tuesday. "The prime minister is a smart man.

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PM must respond to Credlin gripes: Bishop

Tony Abbott's deputy has publicly urged him to respond to concerns about his powerful chief of staff, Peta Credlin. Deputy Liberal leader Julie Bishop says government MPs have offered the prime minister "very frank and blunt" assessments of how his office is being run.

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Bishop wants action on Credlin

Ms Bishop, who is known to have butted heads with Ms Credlin, stopped short of saying the Prime Minister should replace his chief of staff but said that the concerns from his own MPs about her level of control needed to be heeded. “I think people have been frank and blunt in their the assessment of....

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