Nearly 300 Australian newsrooms have downsized or, more often, closed completely since January 2019. At least 30 areas across Australia are now considered to be news deserts with no local print or digital outlet at all.
“Gambling is wrecking the lives of thousands of people in NSW. We know what the solution is and it’s not facial recognition technology. It’s a mandatory gambling card with time and spending limits.” – Cate Faehrmann, Greens MLC
Find out as much as you can about why the Uluru Statement called for a Voice, along with truth telling and treaty… vote with your conscience.
Cars were stopping on either side of the the Barrier Highway to take in and photograph the ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ spectacle f the Darling River floodplain looking like a massive inland sea.
DAILY NEWS…Thursday is going to be an interesting day in the nation’s capital as politicians return to parliament to debate legislation intended to bring electricity and gas price relief to households and small businesses. Sides are being taken, threats are being made. What’s it all about? Friends of the Earth […]
The recent small increase is not even enough to cover the loss from the current rate of inflation
“Without train guards, our public transport system is less safe and less efficient, and the incident that occurred at Tascott could have been a lot worse if not for the presence of this guard who had a clear job to do and was trained to deal with these situations.”
The Chief Executive Officer of Central Coast Council, Mr David Farmer, was not aware of a note in the council’s financial reports which said the former Gosford Council Chamber building in Mann St was to be sold on the open market. By Jacquelene Pearson* Note C1-7 Non-current Assets Classified as […]
According to Rik Hart, administrator of Central Coast Council, the unveiling of the latest proposal to develop the Gosford waterfront will be “the start of something sensational”. By Jacquelene Pearson Welcome to The Point’s new local news section. Each week we will report on what’s going on around our home, […]
According to the Global Sustainable Investment Alliance, sustainable investing is on the rise with sustainable assets under management growing to a global $35.3T in 2020, rising 15 per cent from 2018. By Harry Mulholland This rise has been even higher in Australia with the GSIA reporting a 25 per cent […]