How to fix toxic masculinity for the next generation of boys

How to fix toxic masculinity for the next generation of boys

Updated May 11, 2018 06:13:40 Photo: Toxic masculinity has been identified as a particular problem in Australian culture in recent years. (Supplied: Calli B/Instagram: @kiprat) Related Story: Stacys, Brads and ‘reverse rape’: inside the terrifying world of ‘incels’ Related Story: Male privilege has lasting effects on boys. I see it …

UTAS unveils $50m plan to fix ‘unsatisfactory’ living arrangements for Hobart students

UTAS unveils $50m plan to fix ‘unsatisfactory’ living arrangements for Hobart students

Updated March 28, 2018 14:53:52 The University of Tasmania (UTAS) has responded to the state’s housing crisis by announcing plans for a 450-bed complex in Hobart to help students in “living in arrangements we are aren’t happy with”. UTAS has also announced it will re-house 200 students living in overcrowded …

Australia’s cricket team can learn from Tasmania on how to fix broken culture

Australia’s cricket team can learn from Tasmania on how to fix broken culture

Posted March 28, 2018 12:43:20 Photo: Tasmania were Sheffield Shield champions in 2006-07, 2010-11 and 2012-13. (Facebook: Cricket Tasmania) Twelve months ago, Tasmanian cricket appeared lifeless. The Tasmanian Tigers had just claimed their second consecutive Sheffield Shield wooden spoon following a horror 2016-17 campaign that saw them take just 137 …

Want to fix wage stagnation? Follow South Australia’s lead on payroll tax

Want to fix wage stagnation? Follow South Australia’s lead on payroll tax

By David van Gogh Posted March 28, 2018 07:44:24 Photo: Low wages growth will continue to be a drag on the economy. (ABC News) With the election of the Liberals to Government in South Australia, the payroll tax threshold in that state will be raised from $600,000 to $1.5 million …

What if Moora college didn’t cost $8.7M to fix? Nationals say figure not based on absolute need

What if Moora college didn’t cost $8.7M to fix? Nationals say figure not based on absolute need

Posted March 26, 2018 17:07:15 Photo: Mandy Grieger’s 13-year-old son Jack Van Voorst is one of the college’s 26 students. (ABC News: Eliza Borrello) Related Story: Rural WA is ‘awake and galvanised’, and the McGowan Government should be worried Related Story: Savage cuts to Schools of the Air, gifted education …