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Clinton’s childcare policy trumps Australia’s

Australia has always followed America militarily, culturally and economically. Yet one area where we’ve historically disregarded our Atlantic ally is childcare policy. That might change if Hillary Clinton is elected president this November. Clinton is advocating for universal childcare for US 4-year-olds, as ...

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Paracetamol pregnancy risk findings challenged

American television pundit John Oliver once said: “not all scientific studies are equal …some … may be subtly biased because of scientists being pressured to come up with eye-catching positive results.” This may, unfortunately, be the case with a recent ...

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Tasmania school start age saga continues

Debate has once again sparked over the Tasmanian Government’s schooling ambitions. The Tasmanian Greens have suggested funding earmarked to facilitate the government’s controversial proposal to lower the school start age to 4½ should be diverted to Child and Family Centres. Greens’ ...

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