May 25th 2013
Articles from this issue:
CANBERRA OBSERVED: The federal Budget: Swan's swan song
EDITORIAL: Family policy is more than paid parental leave
HOUSING: Home ownership still out of reach
TELECOMMUNICATIONS: Which broadband policy should Australia adopt?
SCHOOLS: The national curriculum's ideological agenda
ECONOMIC AFFAIRS: A debt-free way to lift output and employment
PROFILE: Left-wing veteran of Australia's 'history wars'
NATIONAL INTEREST: Australian appeasers, past and present
FOREIGN AFFAIRS: The Islamic origins of Syria's civil war
WORLD CONGRESS OF FAMILIES VII: Why natural marriage must be protected
LIFE ISSUES: The unheeded cry of post-abortion grief
CINEMA: Choosing darkness or choosing light
BOOK REVIEW How to win the marriage debate
BOOK REVIEW An unusual story of World War IIBooks promotion page
News Weekly and the National Civic Council
News Weekly has been published continuously by the National Civic Council since 1941, and was originally called Freedom.
The National Civic Council (NCC) is an organisation which seeks to shape public policy on cultural, family, social, political, economic and international issues of concern to Australia.
The NCC has regional groups in many major cities and in regional areas across Australia. These groups meet regularly.
The NCC has its National Office in Melbourne with state offices in Victoria, Queensland, NSW, South Australia and Western Australia.
The NCC's research and publishing role provides the vital intellectual backing to its supporters in the field.
- The Australian Family Association (www.family.org.au), with a particular focus on all forms of public policy affecting the family, and
- The Thomas More Centre, focusing on bio-ethical issues and formation of young people.
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