Daniel De Carteret

Australians trapped by bushfires told ‘too late to leave’

Authorities told residents in fire-stricken regions to seek shelter, warning they had no time to escape before their communities were engulfed

Australia election triggers refugee suicide attempts

An unexpected victory by Scott Morrison's centre-right coalition has dashed hopes and set off a wave of self-harm including several hospitalisations

Pope aide Pell to stand trial on multiple sex abuse charges

The Vatican finance chief has become the highest-ranked Catholic ever to be sent to trial over historic sex offences

Protests over ‘stolen wealth’

Aboriginal activists use Commonwealth Games to draw attention to plight of Oz’s first people

Stolenwealth Games – First nations protests show divisions endure

The Games are taking place during a period of heightened awareness for indigenous rights following large-scale protests on Australia Day in January

Facebook urges users to send nude pics to combat revenge porn

"It removes control and power from the perpetrator who is ostensibly trying to amplify the humiliation of the victim amongst friends and family."

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