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By CCH Political Alert Posted December 2nd 2009, 9:59 AM
The biggest shake-up in Queensland's judicial system for 50 years takes effect today, with the new Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) starting operations.
By SMH Posted April 17th 2010, 5:38 PM
He was three years old when his parents first went to court, unable to agree about what was in his best interests. The case has been to hearing 19 times since 2003, with another 19 occasions on which orders were made. Now in 2010 final orders were recently delivered in Canberra, with the judge making 22 directions about the child's upbringing. The dispute has been so prolonged that, seven years on, the Deputy Chief Justice of the Family Court, John Faulks, has made comments about the case.
By Melanie Phillips Posted March 21st 2008, 12:23 PM
In that sense, it is indeed wrong to heap all the blame on women like her or, for that matter, the fathers of these poor children. The people who are really culpable are all those who, intoning the mantra of 'alternative lifestyle choice', have defeated every attempt to shore up marriage and the traditional family. In its place, they have deliberately and wickedly created over the years a legal and welfare engine of mass fatherlessness and child abandonment, resulting in a degraded and dependent underclass and a lengthening toll of human wreckage. … Years of social engineering have brought the British family to its knees. Today, thousands of children, like the murdered Scarlett Keeling and the rescued Shannon Matthews, are paying the price.
By STEPHANIE PEATLING Sydney Morning Herald Posted May 16th 2010, 7:26 AM
Fathers should be given special access to parental leave and the scheme extended to six months, Sex Discrimination Commissioner Elizabeth Broderick believes. ''We need dads involved in the lives of their newborn babies really early on in the baby's life,'' she said. The government rejected a recommendation by the Productivity Commission to pay fathers to stay home for two weeks. Ms Broderick is pushing for a review of the scheme two years after it begins.
By Brisbane Times.com.au Posted October 21st 2012, 10:53 PM
Bernard Carroll has spent more than 30 years travelling around rural Australia talking to groups of men about their health - conversations that often end up focusing on relationships. He reports of men bewildered to find themselves in marriages where they never get it right, or get any thanks for what they do. A typical lament to Carroll: ''Why in the f— am I doing all this when I don't get given the time of day?'' Their ''problem which has no name'' - marital discontent - remains unexplored. But one day that too will change.
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