The National Disability Insurance Agency has kept mum about the reams of coverage it has received; why then, is it dedicating an entire page to taking down a University of Sydney report?
The extension of competition policy to human services advocated by the Harper review isn't just about outsourcing or lowest-cost tendering.
Stella Young was not exceptional because she had a physical disability. She was exceptional because she put everything she had into the hard, important work of social change.
Voters believe extreme weather is becoming more frequent -- and even Coalition voters think it is linked to climate change, this week's Essential Report shows.
LNP senator Sue Boyce was a rare senatorial figure with guts, principles and a willingness to think issues through.
Suitable accommodation for younger people with disabilities is hard to come by, writes Crikey intern Broede Carmody, and the NDIS won't provide an answer.
Both Julia Gillard and Tony Abbott have improved their standing with voters, this week's Essential Report reveals, but voters aren't impressed with Abbott's Paid Parental Leave scheme -- especially Liberal voters.
There's danger in rushing in head-first on disability insurance. Already there are indications pilot programs won't be ready, writes policy analyst and social and economic academic Professor Richard Burkhauser.
The Australian Institute executive director Richard Denniss says Australia would have a lot more money for services if it did not keep giving tax breaks to the rich.