Crikey August 22, 2008 4 Comments
The Australian $80 billion not-for-profit sector is facing two reviews, one by Treasury and one by a Senate Committee, which entails a long overdue look at tax exemption for the unrelated-to-religion commercial businesses of the churches, writes Max Wallace.
Crikey July 2, 2008
This wouldn’t happen in the US! Wearing a T-shirt that the NSW police don’t like might get you arrested, in and around World Youth Day, an event organized by the Catholic Church that will see the Pope coming to Sydney etc. Unbelievable. SMH, ABC, and according to The Australian, “Strip searches okayed for WYD“. Julian […]
Crikey July 1, 2008 5 Comments
Jeff Wall investigates what's behind the split that's not a split in the Anglican Church.
Crikey June 12, 2008 10 Comments
Many people use religion. It provides them benefits we can’t ignore. However, it also causes health, social and economic harm, writes Michael Gordon-Smith.
Crikey May 29, 2008 7 Comments
The totally expected decision to reject the application for an Islamic school seems to have drawn ignorant statements on one side and ridiculous statements on the other, writes Keysar Trad.
Crikey May 28, 2008 15 Comments
Today’s commercial radio talkback was crackling with the “good news” that Camden had been “saved. anything but, writes Alex Mitchell.
Crikey May 2, 2008 31 Comments
It’s a bit tricky being an atheist sometimes, confesses Bernard Keane.
Sophie Black April 29, 2008 4 Comments
Somebody finally told Todd McKenney to shut up. Sophie Black wonders why it took so long.