Coverage of the working with children check and the Cummins Inquiry leads today’s media update. Domestic violence and foster care changes in NSW also feature.
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Working with Children Check
- Call to drop police checks on teenage workers, Herald Sun, 12 March 2012
- Offenders approved to work with kids, Herald Sun, 12 March 2012 (pay wall)
- Aboriginal children to get advocate, The Sunday Age, 11 March 2012
- ‘Stop stalling’ call on church sex abuse probe, The Age, 10 March 2012
- The silence of the cloth under siege, The Age, 10 March 2012
- Related: Abuse agency clear on loophole, The Age, 13 March 2012
- Vulnerable children in Victoria may have found their champion, The Age, 9 March 2012
On the weekend , The Sunday Age continued its excellent coverage of domestic and family violence.
- Men come face to face with family violence, The Sunday Age, 11 March 2012
- ‘At the time you get an adrenalin rush, but the regret is overwhelming’, The Sunday Age, 11 March 2012
- ‘I see now – emotional violence cuts to the bone’, The Sunday Age, 11 March 2012
- ‘When asked why they are here, not one guy admist it’s his fault’, The Sunday Age, 11 March 2012
Foster care changes in NSW
- Foster care regime in NSW to go private, The Age, 13 March 2012
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