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					                            Current Social Issues Index Vol 110 (2010) Nos 1 - 20

Aboriginal Law
Tribal law hopes for peace as exiles still afraid to go home / Tory Shepherd / Advertiser / 2/10/2010 p. 18 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(16)p. 1
Tribal punishment 'only way' to solve dispute / Natasha Robinson and Rosemary Neill / Australian / 29/09/2010 p. 1 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(16)p. 2


Aboriginal Peoples
Indigenous MP opposes referendum / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 17/11/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(19)p. 6
Indigenous recognition useless if it fails to help save young lives: Brough / Patricia Karvelas and Joe Kelly / Australian / 11/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 3
Referendum must not be used to settle old scores / Gary Johns / Australian / 11/11/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(19)p. 4
Recognition will have no real meaning / Bede Harris / Canberra Times / 10/11/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 6
PM seeks legal recognition of indigenous Australians / Michael Gordon / The Age / 9/11/2010 p. 4 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(19)p. 3
Genuine attempt to write First Peoples into nation's contract / Patrick Dodson / The Age / 15/11/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(19)p. 5


Aboriginal Peoples - Education
Punish parents to save kids / Natasha Robinson / Australian / 29/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(7)p. 2
Indigenous students are six years behind in literacy and numeracy, report says / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/04/2010 p. 3 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(7)p. 1
Hard road for indigenous boarders / Lex Hall / Australian / 29/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(7)p. 1


Aboriginal Peoples - Employment
Indigenous job plan a ladder out of grief / Drew Warne-Smith / Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(18)p. 2


Aboriginal Peoples - Health
Call for action as indigenous suicide reaches crisis levels / Lanai Vasek / Weekend Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item         CIS v. 110(18)p. 30
Calma to run indigenous push / / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 20
A man who begged for help dies / Tony Koch / Weekend Australian / 17/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 21
No health without healthy beginnings / Ernest Hunter / Weekend Australian / 17/03/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 22


Aboriginal Peoples - Race Relations
NRL has some work to do on reconciliation. / Tom Calma and Art Raiche / Australian / 17/06/2010 p. 13 / Letters                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 19
Tahu calls for action to fix code's culture of racism. / Brad Walter / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/06/2010 p. 23 / News Item          CIS v. 110(10)p. 19
Have we escaped our past? / Robert Manne / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 7 Insight / Opinion                                               CIS v. 110(10)p. 20


Aboriginal Peoples - Social Policy
Punish parents to save kids / Natasha Robinson / Australian / 29/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 2
Communities back call for alcohol bans / Debbie Guest / Australian / 12/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 4


Abortion
No shame in abortion / Susie O'Brien / Herald Sun / 19/10/2010 p. 26 / Opinion                                                       CIS v. 110(17)p. 1
Failures recorded as demand soars for abortion pill / Jamie Walker / Weekend Australian / 2/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(17)p. 2


Abortion - Law and Legislation
Law unto itself: abortion crime still lurks in legal shadows / Rick Feneley / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/10/2010 p. 15 / Opinion CIS v. 110(17)p. 4
Abortion law stuck in the 19th Century / George Williams / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/10/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(17)p. 3


Adolescents - Care and Health
More teens having unsafe sex / Callie Watson / Advertiser / 6/10/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(16)p. 23
Kids' coming of age carries obesity risk / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 15/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
Spike in text-related disorders a concern. / Stephen Fenech and Sophie Elsworth / Courier Mail / 30/06/2010 p. 9 / News Item         CIS v. 110(11)p. 29
Net trap for teens: Hurt on anti-social website. / Edith Bevin / Daily Telegraph / 8/06/2010 p. 13 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(10)p. 13


Adolescents - Civil rights

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                           Current Social Issues Index Vol 110 (2010) Nos 1 - 20
Kids not only ones going to extremes. / Lisa White / The Age / 16/06/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(10)p. 2
Teen sailor safe: Where to now for plucky Abby. / Miles Godfrey / Canberra Times / 13/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(10)p. 1
Young lives put at risk. / / Herald Sun / 12/06/2010 p. 84 / Editorial                                                             CIS v. 110(10)p. 1


Adolescents - Employment
It's a cold night's work to get a job in the west / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item           CIS v. 110(18)p. 2
Indigenous job plan a ladder out of grief / Drew Warne-Smith / Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(18)p. 2
Wrong sort of record to set on young jobless / Paul Bird / The Age / 14/10/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                                    CIS v. 110(18)p. 1
Downturn lingers for teen job seekers / Ben Schneiders / The Age / 14/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 27
Youth jobless still high / Emma Connors / Financial Review / 9/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 28
Grocers push for two-hour minimum youth shifts / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/02/2010 p. 5 / News Item              CIS v. 110(4)p. 2
Awards silly on after-school work / / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 8 / Editorial                                                 CIS v. 110(4)p. 1
Gillard calls time on young Matthew's job / Nicolas Perpitch / Australian / 5/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(4)p. 1


Adolescents - Mental Health
It's time to confront the deadliest demon of them all / Dan Haesler / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion        CIS v. 110(18)p. 29
Social media and mobiles require new response to teen cries for help / Kate Benson / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 30
Teens fear stigma of mental illnesses / Breanna Tucker / Canberra Times / 13/10/2010 p. 10 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 16
Kids lost to a virtual world. / Bruce McDougal / Daily Telegraph / 7/06/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 27
Beyondblue 'incredibly neglectful' of gay youth / Jill Stark / Sunday Age / 18/04/2010 p. 5 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 11
Teen just one who can't get treatment / Richard Noone / Daily Telegraph / 16/02/2010 p. 4 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 22


Adoption
State bill passed allowing gay couples to adopt. / / Australian / 3/09/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(15)p. 2
Opposing same-sex adoption is not bigoted. / Peter Kell / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(15)p. 2
Same-sex couples face injustice on adoption. / Verity Firth / syd / 1/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                                      CIS v. 110(15)p. 1
Churches get opt-out point on same-sex adoption bill. / Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 31/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item        CIS v. 110(15)p. 1
Aid workers say child smuggling rife in Haiti for years / Scott Hiaasen / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/02/2010 p. 7 / News Item       CIS v. 110(4)p. 3
Haitian parents giving up kids to save them / / Australian / 5/02/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 3


Advertising
Inside the cookie monster - trading your online data for profits / Nicky Phillips / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/10/2010 p. 1 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                   CIS v. 110(16)p. 19


Advertising - Alcohol
Alcopops makeover arouses passions / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/11/2010 p. 14 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Ban booze ads near kids, urge health groups / Jill Stark / Sunday Age / 7/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Realistic about obesity? Fat chance / / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Labor fails to tackle alcohol and junk-food giants / Mark Metherell / The Age / 13/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 19
Plonk pride just a jingle / Des Ryan / Sunday Mail (SA) / 31/01/2010 p. 23 /                                                       CIS v. 110(2)p. 1
Addiction campaigners condemn Big Day Out alcohol sponsorship / Julie Medew / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/01/2010 p. 3 /            CIS v. 110(2)p. 1
Youth sold a message in a bottle / Geoff Munro / The Age / 22/01/2010 p. 17 /                                                      CIS v. 110(2)p. 2


Advertising - Convenience Foods
Should junk food advertising to children be banned? / Kate Carnell, Clare Collins, / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(19)p. 1


Advertising - Food
Realistic about obesity? Fat chance / / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Labor fails to tackle alcohol and junk-food giants / Mark Metherell / The Age / 13/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 19
Good food trend spreads / Peter Roberts / Financial Review / 28/04/2010 p. 61 / Feature article                                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 11


Advertising - Standards
"If misogynists can only have their crass videos screened after 9pm it's no civil liberties body blow" / David Penberthy / Advertiser / 29/01/2010 p.
24 / Opinion                                                                                                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 26


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                           Current Social Issues Index Vol 110 (2010) Nos 1 - 20

Aged - Care and Health
Back into the closet: gays find few friends in aged care / Jessica Mahar / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 9 / News Item       CIS v. 110(6)p. 11


Aged - Employment
Hard act landing a job when you're 64 / Pia Akerman / Australian / 2/02/2010 p. 6 /                                                  CIS v. 110(2)p. 4
Keep on toiling, oldies told / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 2/02/2010 p. 6 /                                                          CIS v. 110(2)p. 4
Tax breaks for older workers / David Uren / Australian / 22/01/2010 p. 1 /                                                           CIS v. 110(2)p. 3


Ageing
Millions more to live alone as population ages. / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item                CIS v. 110(10)p. 16


Aggressiveness (Psychology)
Music brings on aggro / Cheryl Critchley / Herald Sun / 8/03/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
Teen girls as bad as boys / Janelle Miles / Courier Mail / 12/01/2010 p. 2 /                                                         CIS v. 110(1)p. 30


Agriculture
Farmers warn of shortages. / Sophie Morris / Australian Financial Review / 4/08/2010 p. 17 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(13)p. 12


Airports - Security measures
Plea for passengers to accept body scans / Ray Henry / Daily Telegraph / 24/11/2010 p. 32 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(20)p. 2
What is the price of naked indignity? / Kathleen Parker / Australian / 23/11/2010 p. 10 / Opinion                                    CIS v. 110(20)p. 1
No backdown on pat-downs / Brian Bennett / Courier Mail / 19/11/2010 p. 37 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(20)p. 1


Alcohol
Booze and thugs go hand in hand. / Evonne Barry / Herald Sun / 24/08/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(14)p. 1
'Booze causes babies'. / Sophie Borland / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 22/08/2010 p. 55 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(14)p. 2
Footy's liquor accord. / Amelia Harris / Herald Sun / 20/08/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(14)p. 2
Your shout: heavy drinkers cost business $453m. / Sam McKeith and Michaela Whitbourn / Australian Financial Review / 12/08/2010 p. 3 / News
Item                                                                                                                          CIS v. 110(13)p. 2
Alcohol abuse bad, and expected to get worse. / Julie Robotham / The Age / 10/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 1
Australia worst for alcohol abuse. / / Advertiser / 10/08/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(13)p. 1
Drinkers make job harder for mates. / / Canberra Times / 2/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(13)p. 2
The cutting edge of fear / Tom Dusevic / Weekend Australian / 24/04/2010 p. 1 / Feature article                               CIS v. 110(7)p. 7
Communities back call for alcohol bans / Debbie Guest / Australian / 12/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
:ate-night liquor plan at Woolies raises fears / Matthew Moore and Kelsey Munro / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/04/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(6)p. 1
Close bars early to stop alcohol-fuelled violence / Hugh Mackay / Sydney Morning Herald / 10/04/2010 p. 7 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(6)p. 3
Alcohol 'primary cause' of Aboriginal violence / Ari Sharp / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item               CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
Bottle shops fuel violence in suburbia, study says / Jeff Turnbill / Canberra Times / 20/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item             CIS v. 110(6)p. 1
Most pub assaults occur from midnight to 3am / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item         CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Plonk pride just a jingle / Des Ryan / Sunday Mail (SA) / 31/01/2010 p. 23 /                                                  CIS v. 110(2)p. 1


Alcohol - Economic Aspects
Your shout: heavy drinkers cost business $453m. / Sam McKeith and Michaela Whitbourn / Australian Financial Review / 12/08/2010 p. 3 / News
Item                                                                                                                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 2
Drinkers make job harder for mates. / / Canberra Times / 2/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(13)p. 2


Alcohol - Law and Legislation
Our bottled-up anger / Charles Waterhouse / Mercury (Hobart) / 29/09/2010 p. 24 / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(16)p. 4
Push to close bars at midnight / Vanda Carson / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 3
Fighting the grip of grog / Tim Dick / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 5
Less drinking ... less bloodshed / Tom Dusevic / Australian / 16/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(16)p. 3
Glass thrown out of bars. / Stephen McMahon / Herald Sun / 3/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 4
Push for national drink controls to curb violence. / Milandra Rout / Australian / 3/09/2010 p. 8 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(15)p. 3
Vic call to curb alcohol outlets. / Nick Lenaghan / Australian Financial Review / 3/09/2010 p. 11 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(15)p. 4
Territory gets serious about problem drinkers. / Mark Schliebs / Australian / 2/09/2010 p. 8 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(15)p. 3
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                            Current Social Issues Index Vol 110 (2010) Nos 1 - 20
Voxpop: Do you agree with calls to raise the legal drinking age from 18 to 21? / Jill Glasson, Debbie Farmer, Lei Selvwanez, / Herald Sun /
1/09/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                                                                                                        CIS v. 110(15)p. 5
Raise legal drinking age to 21 now. / John Masanauskas / Advertiser / 31/08/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 5
Bingeing spurs call to increase drinking age to 21. / John Masanauskas / Herald Sun / 31/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item               CIS v. 110(15)p. 6
Early closing 'leads to fights'. / Frances Stewart / Canberra Times / 8/08/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(13)p. 4
Spirited debate: Police at loggerheads with pubs, clubs on removing patrons. / Tom Zed / Advertiser / 7/08/2010 p. 32 / News Item
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(13)p. 3
'Time, please' on lax pub laws. / / Herald Sun / 23/07/2010 p. 49 / News Item                                                    CIS v. 110(12)p. 1
New alcohol-free zones draw criticism. / Matthew Moore / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/07/2010 p. 5 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(12)p. 2
Disunity on toughened booze laws. / Nigel Hunt / Sunday Mail (SA) / 18/07/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(12)p. 1


Alcohol - Physiological Effects
Alcohol and culprit / / Australian Financial Review / 4/11/2010 p. 67 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Pressure to raise age for drinking / Melanie Christiansen / Courier Mail / 10/02/2010 p. 15 /                                     CIS v. 110(3)p. 1


Alcohol - Policy
Alcopops makeover arouses passions / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/11/2010 p. 14 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Close the doors early on teenage binge drinking / Ross Fitzgerald / Weekend Australian / 20/11/2010 p. 7 / Opinion              CIS v. 110(20)p. 3
It is time to bottle the demon / Bruce Guthrie / Sunday Age / 14/11/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(20)p. 5
Ban booze ads near kids, urge health groups / Jill Stark / Sunday Age / 7/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Alcohol and culprit / / Australian Financial Review / 4/11/2010 p. 67 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Our bottled-up anger / Charles Waterhouse / Mercury (Hobart) / 29/09/2010 p. 24 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(16)p. 4
Push to close bars at midnight / Vanda Carson / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 3
Less drinking ... less bloodshed / Tom Dusevic / Australian / 16/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(16)p. 3
Early closing 'leads to fights'. / Frances Stewart / Canberra Times / 8/08/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(13)p. 4
Spirited debate: Police at loggerheads with pubs, clubs on removing patrons. / Tom Zed / Advertiser / 7/08/2010 p. 32 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(13)p. 3
Communities back call for alcohol bans / Debbie Guest / Australian / 12/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
Late-night liquor plan at Woolies raises fears / Matthew Moore and Kelsey Munro / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/04/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 1
Close bars early to stop alcohol-fuelled violence / Hugh Mackay / Sydney Morning Herald / 10/04/2010 p. 7 / Opinion             CIS v. 110(6)p. 3
Most pub assaults occur from midnight to 3am / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item           CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Demon drink / / Mercury (Hobart) / 11/02/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                                                 CIS v. 110(3)p. 1
Spirited debate / Amy Noonan / Advertiser / 10/02/2010 p. 23 /                                                                  CIS v. 110(3)p. 2
Pressure to raise age for drinking / Melanie Christiansen / Courier Mail / 10/02/2010 p. 15 /                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 1


Alcohol - Social aspects
Glass thrown out of bars. / Stephen McMahon / Herald Sun / 3/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(15)p. 4
Push for national drink controls to curb violence. / Milandra Rout / Australian / 3/09/2010 p. 8 / News Item                CIS v. 110(15)p. 3
Vic call to curb alcohol outlets. / Nick Lenaghan / Australian Financial Review / 3/09/2010 p. 11 / News Item               CIS v. 110(15)p. 4
Territory gets serious about problem drinkers. / Mark Schliebs / Australian / 2/09/2010 p. 8 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(15)p. 3
Booze and thugs go hand in hand. / Evonne Barry / Herald Sun / 24/08/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(14)p. 1
'Booze causes babies'. / Sophie Borland / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 22/08/2010 p. 55 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(14)p. 2
Footy's liquor accord. / Amelia Harris / Herald Sun / 20/08/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(14)p. 2
Your shout: heavy drinkers cost business $453m. / Sam McKeith and Michaela Whitbourn / Australian Financial Review / 12/08/2010 p. 3 / News
Item                                                                                                                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 2
Alcohol abuse bad, and expected to get worse. / Julie Robotham / The Age / 10/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(13)p. 1
Australia worst for alcohol abuse. / / Advertiser / 10/08/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(13)p. 1
Drinkers make job harder for mates. / / Canberra Times / 2/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(13)p. 2
'Time, please' on lax pub laws. / / Herald Sun / 23/07/2010 p. 49 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(12)p. 1
New alcohol-free zones draw criticism. / Matthew Moore / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/07/2010 p. 5 / News Item                CIS v. 110(12)p. 2


Alcohol and Aboriginal peoples
Territory gets serious about problem drinkers. / Mark Schliebs / Australian / 2/09/2010 p. 8 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(15)p. 3


Alcohol and Adolescents
Alcopops makeover arouses passions / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/11/2010 p. 14 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Alcohol control turns schoolies into goldmine / Tony Bartlett / Canberra Times / 27/11/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(20)p. 24
Parents who just won't say 'no' to blame for schoolies scourge / Rebecca Wilson / Herald Sun / 25/11/2010 p. 38 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(20)p. 23
Close the doors early on teenage binge drinking / Ross Fitzgerald / Weekend Australian / 20/11/2010 p. 7 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(20)p. 3
Ban booze ads near kids, urge health groups / Jill Stark / Sunday Age / 7/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Teenage girls more sexually active than a decade ago / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item        CIS v. 110(16)p. 24


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                            Current Social Issues Index Vol 110 (2010) Nos 1 - 20
Voxpop: Do you agree with calls to raise the legal drinking age from 18 to 21? / Jill Glasson, Debbie Farmer, Lei Selvwanez, / Herald Sun /
1/09/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                                                                                                        CIS v. 110(15)p. 5
Raise legal drinking age to 21 now. / John Masanauskas / Advertiser / 31/08/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 5
Bingeing spurs call to increase drinking age to 21. / John Masanauskas / Herald Sun / 31/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item               CIS v. 110(15)p. 6
Demon drink / Mercury (Hobart) / 11/02/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 1
Spirited debate / Amy Noonan / Advertiser / 10/02/2010 p. 23 /                                                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 2
Pressure to raise age for drinking / Melanie Christiansen / Courier Mail / 10/02/2010 p. 15 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 1
Addiction campaigners condemn Big Day Out alcohol sponsorship / Julie Medew / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/01/2010 p. 3 / CIS v. 110(2)p. 1
Youth sold a message in a bottle / Geoff Munro / The Age / 22/01/2010 p. 17 /                                                    CIS v. 110(2)p. 2


Alcohol and Driving
Experts urge .02 booze limit / Herald Sun / 16/03/2010 p. 20 / News Item                                                             CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Blood alcohol content not solo concern / / Courier Mail / 15/03/2010 p. 21 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Experts say 0.02 limit not needed / Natalie Gregg and James O'Loan / Courier Mail / 15/03/2010 p. 9 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 1
Drink-drive check / Darrell Giles / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 14/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 1


Alcohol and Sport
The price of a big night out / Chris Dutton / Canberra Times / 6/11/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                                              CIS v. 110(19)p. 26
Footy's liquor accord. / Amelia Harris / Herald Sun / 20/08/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                                   CIS v. 110(14)p. 2


Alcohol and Women
'Booze causes babies'. / Sophie Borland / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 22/08/2010 p. 55 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(14)p. 2


Alcohol and Young Adults
Alcopops makeover arouses passions / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/11/2010 p. 14 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(20)p. 4
Drunk and horny ignore safe sex / Frances Stewart / Canberra Times / 3/10/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(16)p. 24


Animals - Treatment
Small stall on 'greener' pork: Plan hailed, but still faces delays. / Brian Williams / Courier Mail / 22/07/2010 p. 23 / News Item   CIS v. 110(12)p. 4
Precious pup getting back on his feet. / Katherine Firkin / Herald Sun / 22/07/2010 p. 17 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(12)p. 3
Underbelly: cute pups' cruel origins. / Gary Tippet / Sunday Age / 18/07/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(12)p. 3
Views sought on halal killing / Megan Doherty / Canberra Times / 16/03/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
Fake blood highlights real seal issue / Sally Pryor / Canberra Times / 16/03/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 3
Swiss vote on lawyers for animals / Canberra Times / 8/03/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
Kraft rues boxing show exploiting kangaroos / / Sunday Canberra Times / 7/03/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 4


Australia - Economic Conditions
Why go the gouge? Because they can / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 4/11/2010 p. 8 / Feature article                              CIS v. 110(18)p. 4
Competition a cause worth investigating / Advertiser / 29/10/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 3
Wrong sort of record to set on young jobless / Paul Bird / The Age / 14/10/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                                      CIS v. 110(18)p. 1
Ballooning success of capitalism is doing us a fat lot of good / Ross Gittins / The Age / 6/10/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 21


Australia - History
Schools' hard labor: Conservatives blue over national curriculum. / Steve Lewis / Advertiser / 4/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item           CIS v. 110(10)p. 6
A day that calls for pride and tolerance / Harry Douglas and Alexander Corne / Australian / 26/01/2010 p. 13 / Letters               CIS v. 110(2)p. 5
It's the people's flag, so we should fly it with pride / Allan Pidgeon / Courier Mail / 25/01/2010 p. 27 /                           CIS v. 110(2)p. 11


Australia Day
A familiar refrain in the conversation / Geoff Kitney / Financial Review / 27/01/2010 p. 4 /                                         CIS v. 110(2)p. 6
A day that calls for pride and tolerance / Harry Douglas and Alexander Corne / Australian / 26/01/2010 p. 13 / Letters               CIS v. 110(2)p. 5
Don't taint national pride with prejudice / / The Age / 26/01/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                                 CIS v. 110(2)p. 5
Flag furore fires up / Evonne Barry and Matthew Johnston / Herald Sun / 26/01/2010 p. 7 /                                            CIS v. 110(2)p. 11
Thoroughly Jacked off / Alan Howe / Herald Sun / 25/01/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                                                          CIS v. 110(2)p. 12
It's the people's flag, so we should fly it with pride / Allan Pidgeon / Courier Mail / 25/01/2010 p. 27 /                           CIS v. 110(2)p. 11


Australia. Constitution
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Indigenous MP opposes referendum / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 17/11/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(19)p. 6
Genuine attempt to write First Peoples into nation's contract / Patrick Dodson / The Age / 15/11/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(19)p. 5
Indigenous recognition useless if it fails to help save young lives: Brough / Patricia Karvelas and Joe Kelly / Australian / 11/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 3
Referendum must not be used to settle old scores / Gary Johns / Australian / 11/11/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(19)p. 4
Recognition will have no real meaning / Bede Harris / Canberra Times / 10/11/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 6
PM seeks legal recognition of indigenous Australians / Michael Gordon / The Age / 9/11/2010 p. 4 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(19)p. 3
A bonny prince, but we deserve to be a republic / Chris Kenny / Australian / 21/01/2010 p. 12 /                                      CIS v. 110(1)p. 24
Past time to cut ties with the monarchy / George Williams / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/01/2010 p. 11 /                               CIS v. 110(1)p. 23
Visit fails to deter push for republic / James Madden / Australian / 20/01/2010 p. 6 /                                               CIS v. 110(1)p. 23


Australia. Parliament
Blueprint for greater transparency. / Julia Gillard / Australian / 8/09/2010 p. 14 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(15)p. 10
Gillard buys a second shot at power. / Phillip Coorey / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(15)p. 9
Confidence may be Labor's undoing. / Tony Abbott / Australian / 8/09/2010 p. 14 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 10
Independents secure overhaul of parliament. / Matthew Franklin / Australian / 7/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(15)p. 7
Hung parliament opportunity for change. / Dean Jaensch / Advertiser / 2/09/2010 p. 20 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(15)p. 8
Transparent policy is the best policy. / Ed Shann / Australian Financial Review / 26/08/2010 p. 63 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(14)p. 6
Two-party preferred count is a two-card trick. / G. Campbell Sharman / Australian / 26/08/2010 p. 14 / Opinion             CIS v. 110(14)p. 28
Independents push for reform. / Louise Dodson / Australian Financial Review / 25/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(14)p. 7
How a government is formed; Guide to a hung parliament. / George Williams / Sydney Morning Herald / 25/08/2010 p. 7 / News Item
                                                                                                                           CIS v. 110(14)p. 4
A chance to end the mindless allegiance of party discipline. / John Hirst / The Age / 25/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(14)p. 8
Populism versus the long-term good. / Chris Richardson / Australian Financial Review / 24/08/2010 p. 63 / Opinion          CIS v. 110(14)p. 5
Trio joins forces as Gillard claims the right to govern. / Michelle Grattan, / The Age / 23/08/2010 p. 1 / News Item       CIS v. 110(14)p. 3
Electoral system provides only an illusion of democracy. / Ted Mack / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/08/2010 p. 13 / Opinion   CIS v. 110(14)p. 27


Banks and Banking
Why go the gouge? Because they can / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 4/11/2010 p. 8 / Feature article                             CIS v. 110(18)p. 4
Banking inquiry adds up / Valerina Changarathil / Advertiser / 1/11/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(18)p. 3
Competition a cause worth investigating / / Advertiser / 29/10/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 3


Biodiversity
India to track its 'natural capital' / Juliette Jowit / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 21 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(18)p. 16


Bioethics
Humanity fights for ownership of its soul / Malcolm Turnbull / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 16
India to track its 'natural capital' / Juliette Jowit / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 21 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(18)p. 16
Biopirates plunder developing world's genetic diversity / Robin Powell / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 21 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 15
Scientists criticised for 'playing God' by creating synthetic cell. / / Canberra Times / 22/05/2010 p. 19 / News Item            CIS v. 110(9)p. 2
Making life is easy: now for debate on whether it is right. / Deborah Smith / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(9)p. 2


Biotechnology
Scientists criticised for 'playing God' by creating synthetic cell. / / Canberra Times / 22/05/2010 p. 19 / News Item            CIS v. 110(9)p. 2
Making life is easy: now for debate on whether it is right. / Deborah Smith / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(9)p. 2
Breakthrough as artificial life is created. / Deborah Smith / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                CIS v. 110(9)p. 1
Geneticist creates first artificial life. / Leigh Dayton / Australian / 21/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 1


Birth Control
Let's talk about sex / Lucy Baker / Canberra Times / 23/09/2010 p. 4 / Feature article                                              CIS v. 110(16)p. 25
Teens risk rapid repeat pregnancies: study / / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/09/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 26


Body Image
Code to empower shoppers. / Caroline Marcus / Sunday Herald Sun / 27/06/2010 p. 14 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(11)p. 1
Skinny supermodels losing their appeal / Grant McArthur / Herald Sun / 9/01/2010 p. 18 /                                     CIS v. 110(1)p. 1
We're proud to be real, healthy women - tough for teens to measure up to mags / Grant McArthur / Herald Sun / 9/01/2010 p. 18 /
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Bullying
Young hit hard by net negatives. / Angela Harper / Courier Mail / 17/06/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 28
Bullying unreported as young fear ban from net. / Adam Carey / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Net trap for teens: Hurt on anti-social website. / Edith Bevin / Daily Telegraph / 8/06/2010 p. 13 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 13
Wider safety net to curtail bullies / Tuck Thompson / Courier Mail / 10/05/2010 p. 25 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(8)p. 2
Teenagers to get powers to fight 'sexting', bullying / Josh Gordon / Sunday Age / 9/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 1
Facing up to school bullies / Paul Osborne and Edwina Scott / Sunday Canberra Times / 14/03/2010 p. 29 / Feature article        CIS v. 110(6)p. 5
Bullying by girl, 8, deadly serious / Selma Milovanovic / The Age / 10/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 6
Calls to ward off website vandals / Robyn Ironside and Tanya Chilcott / Courier Mail / 27/02/2010 p. 15 / News Item             CIS v. 110(4)p. 17
Net tsar to issue clean-up orders / Jamie Walker / Weekend Australian / 27/02/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(4)p. 17
What's on your mind? The ugly face of social networking sites / Stephen Lunn / Weekend Australian / 27/02/2010 p. 5 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 18
School violence rises / Tanya Chilcott and Rosemary Odgers / Courier Mail / 24/02/2010 p. 7 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(4)p. 30
School violence alarm / Anne Mather / Mercury (Hobart) / 23/02/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 29
'No evidence' of bastardisation / / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 5 /                                                          CIS v. 110(3)p. 6
Employers have failed to help victims of workplace bullying / Evelyn Field / The Age / 12/02/2010 p. 19 /                       CIS v. 110(3)p. 4
Culture of bullying 'will last for years' / Louise Hall / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/02/2010 p. 5 /                             CIS v. 110(3)p. 6
Cyber-safety plan tackles online bullying in schools / Scott Hannaford / Canberra Times / 11/02/2010 p. 5 /                     CIS v. 110(3)p. 5
Tragedy turns glare on work bullies / / The Age / 10/02/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(3)p. 3
Hefty fines on Brodie's tormenters warn bullies / Steve Butcher / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 1 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 3
Bullying confessions made by half of city's secondary students / Saffron Howden / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/02/2010 p. 6 /      CIS v. 110(3)p. 5


Cancer
Sudden cancer cures 'biology, not God' / Adam Cresswell / Weekend Australian / 16/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 21
MacKillop cancer prayers 'betray a false thinking' / / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/10/2010 p. 2 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 21


Capital Punishment
The killing fields / David Marr / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 5
Majority oppose execution of drugs pair / Mark Davis / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(18)p. 4


Censorship
Lessons 'beat cyber filter'. / Mitchell Toy / Sunday Herald Sun / 8/08/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(13)p. 5
Henson leaves moral issues of his art unexposed. / Michael Coulter / Sunday Age / 8/08/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(13)p. 8
Coalition rejects internet filter. / Dylan Welch / The Age / 6/08/2010 p. 7 Election / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(13)p. 6
Controversial photographer Henson speaks out. / Megan Levy / The Age / 3/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(13)p. 7
Nude child photos are still art to me. / Lucie van den Berg / Herald Sun / 3/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(13)p. 7
Filter debate pushed to the back burner. / Frances Stewart / Canberra Times / 18/07/2010 p. 31 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(12)p. 6
Porn moves illegitimate. / Paul Syvret / Courier Mail / 13/07/2010 p. 23 / Opinion                                                CIS v. 110(12)p. 5
South Park gag makes a mockery of freedom of expression / Janet Albrechtson / Australian / 5/05/2010 p. 16 / Opinion              CIS v. 110(7)p. 3
Mohammed censorship no joke / Alvaro Vargas Llosa / Australian / 29/04/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(7)p. 4
Censorship of South Park no laughing matter / Timothy Mavratzakis / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/04/2010 p. 8 / Letter              CIS v. 110(7)p. 4
South Park skit has 'bad intention' / / Canberra Times / 24/04/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(7)p. 3
Net nannies take on the freedom fighters / Ari Sharp / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 5
Declare 'game over' on video violence degrading our kids / Eamonn Duff / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 27
Celebrity mum who backs over-18 grade / Rachel Browne / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 15 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
Violent games just don't rate / / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                                       CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Video game violence stand-off / Ari Sharp / The Age / 11/03/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Censoring free speech in the secret state / / Advertiser / 2/02/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                            CIS v. 110(2)p. 14
Public gagged as Labor censors net / Michael McGuire / Advertiser / 2/02/2010 p. 13 /                                             CIS v. 110(2)p. 13
Pre-teens target of raunchy website / Emily Power / Advertiser / 29/01/2010 p. 31 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
"If misogynists can only have their crass videos screened after 9pm it's no civil liberties body blow" / David Penberthy / Advertiser / 29/01/2010 p.
24 / Opinion                                                                                                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 26
MP chokes on box of prime-time pop porn / Renee Viellaris / Courier Mail / 23/01/2010 p. 31 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
Censorship is alive in the free world / Rebecca Mackinnon / The Age / 16/01/2010 p. 7 /                                           CIS v. 110(1)p. 4
Attempt to censor net porn, violence / Mitchell Bingemann / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/12/2009 p. 5 /                             CIS v. 110(1)p. 3
Internet filter gives mother some peace of mind / Mahesh Sharma / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/12/2009 p. 5 /                       CIS v. 110(1)p. 3


Ceremonies
Abbott's welcome to an old country / / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/03/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 8
Dingo claims the first welcome / Amanda O'Brien and Lex Hall / Australian / 17/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 8
Acknowledgement a token of good manners / / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/03/2010 p. 7 / Letters                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 7

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Elders outraged over 'tokenism' comments / Crystal Ja / Canberra Times / 16/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 7


Child Abuse
'Tsunami of need' as 1000 at risk / Lindsay Murdoch / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(17)p. 5
Hundreds of children in care face serious harm / Carol Nader / The Age / 14/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 5
State fails to protect children. / Carol Nader and David Rood / The Age / 27/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 3
A litany of broken limbs, sexual assaults and careless fostering. / / Australian / 27/05/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(9)p. 4
Removals of children on the rise / Jenna Hand / Canberra Times / 21/01/2010 p. 3 /                                                 CIS v. 110(1)p. 8
More than 34,000 children taken out of abusive homes / Yuko Narushima / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/01/2010 p. 4 /                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 7


Child Care Centres
Scrapped childcare was under budgeted / Matthew Franklin / Australian / 28/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(7)p. 6
Child care is more than a 'market' / Canberra Times / 26/04/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 6
Hours of care on the climb / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 23/04/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(7)p. 5
Childcare pledge dropped off / Matthew Franklin / Australian / 23/04/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(7)p. 5


Child Protection
'Tsunami of need' as 1000 at risk / Lindsay Murdoch / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(17)p. 5
Hundreds of children in care face serious harm / Carol Nader / The Age / 14/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 5
Blame game on in girl-sex case / Sue Neales / Mercury (Hobart) / 9/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(17)p. 6
Parents caught by drug test. / Kate Sikora / Daily Telegraph / 3/08/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(13)p. 10
State fails to protect children. / Carol Nader and David Rood / The Age / 27/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 3
A litany of broken limbs, sexual assaults and careless fostering. / / Australian / 27/05/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(9)p. 4
Police must protect our kids online. / / Sunday Telegraph / 23/05/2010 p. 47 / Editorial                                           CIS v. 110(9)p. 18
Internet risk to children on rise. / Paul Millar / The Age / 21/05/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(9)p. 18
Removals of children on the rise / Jenna Hand / Canberra Times / 21/01/2010 p. 3 /                                                 CIS v. 110(1)p. 8
More than 34,000 children taken out of abusive homes / Yuko Narushima / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/01/2010 p. 4 /                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 7
Gippsland's children: from despair to repair / Carol Nader / The Age / 21/12/2009 p. 1 /                                           CIS v. 110(1)p. 5
The chance to be heard / Rebecca Boreham / The Age / 21/12/2009 p. 17 /                                                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 6


Child Welfare
'Tsunami of need' as 1000 at risk / Lindsay Murdoch / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(17)p. 5
Hundreds of children in care face serious harm / Carol Nader / The Age / 14/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 5
F for failure as our disadvantaged children struggle at school. / Sarah Wise / The Age / 16/07/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(12)p. 7
Innocence lost as recruitment of children continues / Steven Freeland / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(4)p. 4
Aid workers say child smuggling rife in Haiti for years / Scott Hiaasen / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/02/2010 p. 7 / News Item       CIS v. 110(4)p. 3
Haitian parents giving up kids to save them / / Australian / 5/02/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 3


Children
Face up to risks of social networks / Karen Brooks / Courier Mail / 13/10/2010 p. 30 / Opinion                                     CIS v. 110(18)p. 23
The revolt against raunch / / Australian / 15/03/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
Feminists in anti-raunch-culture revolt / Rosemary Neill / Weekend Australian / 13/03/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 23


Children - Care and Health
Digital deviants preying on young / Bruce McDougall / Daily Telegraph / 21/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 24
Guardianship plan for foster children. / Amy Noonan / Advertiser / 24/07/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(12)p. 8
Put obese children into care, say experts. / Sarah Boseley / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/07/2010 p. 17 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(12)p. 8
F for failure as our disadvantaged children struggle at school. / Sarah Wise / The Age / 16/07/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(12)p. 7
Kids not only ones going to extremes. / Lisa White / The Age / 16/06/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(10)p. 2
Teen sailor safe: Where to now for plucky Abby. / Miles Godfrey / Canberra Times / 13/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(10)p. 1
Young lives put at risk. / / Herald Sun / 12/06/2010 p. 84 / Editorial                                                             CIS v. 110(10)p. 1
State fails to protect children. / Carol Nader and David Rood / The Age / 27/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 3
A litany of broken limbs, sexual assaults and careless fostering. / / Australian / 27/05/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(9)p. 4
Empty pockets and wonky careers can provide a richer life / Damon Young / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 9
Scrapped childcare was under budgeted / Matthew Franklin / Australian / 28/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(7)p. 6
Child care is more than a 'market' / / Canberra Times / 26/04/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(7)p. 6
Hours of care on the climb / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 23/04/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(7)p. 5
Childcare pledge dropped off / Matthew Franklin / Australian / 23/04/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(7)p. 5
Let's not throw Abbott's baby leave out with the bathwater / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion       CIS v. 110(6)p. 14
It's political baby blues / Maria Moscaritolo / Advertiser / 10/03/2010 p. 21 / Feature article                                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 13
First lady effective health lobbyist / Lesley Russell / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 9 /                                         CIS v. 110(3)p. 19

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First lady joins fight to beat the bulge / / Canberra Times / 11/02/2010 p. 14 /                                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 19


Children - Human Rights
Innocence lost as recruitment of children continues / Steven Freeland / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(4)p. 4
Aid workers say child smuggling rife in Haiti for years / Scott Hiaasen / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/02/2010 p. 7 / News Item       CIS v. 110(4)p. 3


Children - Institutional Care
Hundreds of children in care face serious harm / Carol Nader / The Age / 14/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 5
Blame game on in girl-sex case / Sue Neales / Mercury (Hobart) / 9/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(17)p. 6


Children - Law and Legislation
Wider safety net to curtail bullies / Tuck Thompson / Courier Mail / 10/05/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(8)p. 2
Teenagers to get powers to fight 'sexting', bullying / Josh Gordon / Sunday Age / 9/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 1
Bullying by girl, 8, deadly serious / Selma Milovanovic / The Age / 10/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 6


Children - Nutrition
First lady effective health lobbyist / Lesley Russell / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 9 /                                         CIS v. 110(3)p. 19


Children in Art
Henson leaves moral issues of his art unexposed. / Michael Coulter / Sunday Age / 8/08/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 8
Controversial photographer Henson speaks out. / Megan Levy / The Age / 3/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(13)p. 7
Nude child photos are still art to me. / Lucie van den Berg / Herald Sun / 3/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(13)p. 7


Children, Aboriginal
'Tsunami of need' as 1000 at risk / Lindsay Murdoch / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(17)p. 5


Church and State
Churches get opt-out point on same-sex adoption bill. / Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 31/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item        CIS v. 110(15)p. 1


Civil Rights
What is the price of naked indignity? / Kathleen Parker / Australian / 23/11/2010 p. 10 / Opinion                                  CIS v. 110(20)p. 1
No backdown on pat-downs / Brian Bennett / Courier Mail / 19/11/2010 p. 37 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(20)p. 1
Court puts anti-bikie legislation in doubt / Nicola Berkovic and Michael Owen / Australian / 12/11/2010 p. 9 / News Item           CIS v. 110(19)p. 9
A fatal flaw in proposed order / Sean Fewster / Advertiser / 12/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(19)p. 10
A victory for basic rights / Julian Burnside / The Age / 12/11/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                                                CIS v. 110(19)p. 16
This public shaming is over the top. / Jill Singer / Herald Sun / 17/06/2010 p. 33 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(10)p. 12
ABC's actions appal lawyer. / Michael Stedman / Mercury (Hobart) / 14/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(10)p. 12
Ex-judge throws the book at terror laws. / Ben Houston / Canberra Times / 11/06/2010 p. 9 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(10)p. 3
Condemned by faceless accusers and secret evidence. / Ben Saul / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/06/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(10)p. 3
Muslim cleric faces deportation without justice. / James Eyers / Australian Financial Review / 4/06/2010 p. 24 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(10)p. 4


Clothing and Dress
French burka ban lifts veil of division / Emma-Kate Symons / Australian / 24/05/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(8)p. 29
What women wear is their business / Samah Hadid and Rayann Bekdache / The Age / 8/05/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                           CIS v. 110(8)p. 30
Rudd and Gillard disagree on burqa / Katharine Murphy / The Age / 8/05/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Burka ban a headache for a liberal society / Tim Soutphommasane / Australian / 1/05/2010 p. 6 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(8)p. 29


Community Life
New vibe in the neighbourhood / Rosemarie Lentini / Daily Telegraph / 30/10/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 10
Plenty of people in the neighbourhood but we're home alone / Andrew Leigh / Australian / 30/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 7
Lost inside our cultural ghettos / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/10/2010 p. 26 / Opinion                                CIS v. 110(18)p. 9


Computer Games
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Quick on the uptake / Australian Financial Review / 24/09/2010 p. 12 / Feature article                                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 7
The kids are all right: games get the OK / Donna St George / Canberra Times / 20/09/2010 p. 15 / Feature article                   CIS v. 110(16)p. 8
Declare 'game over' on video violence degrading our kids / Eamonn Duff / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 27
Violent games just don't rate / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                                          CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Video game violence stand-off / Ari Sharp / The Age / 11/03/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Games make kids care less / Greg Thom / Herald Sun / 3/03/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                                   CIS v. 110(4)p. 6
Playing the rating game / Carol Nader / The Age / 27/02/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 5


Consumer Protection
Banking inquiry adds up / Valerina Changarathil / Advertiser / 1/11/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 3
Follow US lead and count the cost of calories / Bob Carr / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(6)p. 10
Consumers must stop accepting second best / Nick Stace / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/03/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 9
Regulation only skin deep / Lee Rhiannon / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 17 / Feature article                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 10
Consumers jump at opportunity to have their say on packaging laws / Ross Peake / Canberra Times / 6/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 9
Do we really want to take the risk? / Helen Knight, / Australian / 26/02/2010 p. 15 / Letters                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 8
Meat import risks / / Canberra Times / 25/02/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                                         CIS v. 110(4)p. 7
Mad scramble over beef imports / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 25/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(4)p. 9
No easy answers to treating killer condition / / Australian / 25/02/2010 p. 11 /                                            CIS v. 110(4)p. 10
Risking mad pie disease / Alison Rehn / Daily Telegraph / 24/02/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(4)p. 8
Mad cow history to be silent on shelf / Natasha Bita / Australian / 24/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(4)p. 7


Consumers
Consumers must stop accepting second best / Nick Stace / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/03/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 9


Convenience Foods
Experts weigh in on junk food tax / Danny Rose / Canberra Times / 18/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
Pizza Hut agrees to a big slice in salt levels. / John Rolfe / Daily Telegraph / 19/08/2010 p. 2 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(14)p. 10
Sunk by a big fat sub: But the facts stay hidden. / John Rolfe and Nic Christensen / Daily Telegraph / 14/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item
                                                                                                                                  CIS v. 110(14)p. 9
Like statins with that? / Denis Campbell / The Age / 14/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(14)p. 10
Follow US lead and count the cost of calories / Bob Carr / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 10


Copyright
Content holders need to try to lighten up / Jacob Varghese / Weekend Australian Financial Review / 13/02/2010 p. 63 / Opinion      CIS v. 110(3)p. 8
At such prices it's no surprise people steal / Rebecca Giblin / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                                CIS v. 110(3)p. 7
Today's question: Should film companies sue individuals who download movies illegally? / / Courier Mail / 5/02/2010 p. 33 /        CIS v. 110(3)p. 8


Corruption
Fixed Sydney Test a '$3m windfall for Pakistan players'. / Jamie Pandaram / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(15)p. 14
Time for cricket to stop the rot. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 1/09/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                      CIS v. 110(15)p. 14
Sport's believers turning into athiests. / Simon Barnes / Australian / 31/08/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(15)p. 13
No one suspected any fixing in Sydney Game. / Ricky Ponting / Australian / 31/08/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                           CIS v. 110(15)p. 13
Can we fix it? / Lucy Carne / Courier Mail / 30/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                       CIS v. 110(15)p. 11
Much foreign aid does not reach its intended recipients. / Richard Bennett, Gordon Stranger, Dennis Murphy, Joe Meuris, Keith Steinborner, /
Advertiser / 26/05/2010 p. 20 / Letters                                                                                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 6
Foreign aid millions lost, review finds. / Steve Lewis and Nic Christensen / Mercury (Hobart) / 24/05/2010 p. 2 / News Item    CIS v. 110(9)p. 5


Cosmetics
Regulation only skin deep / Lee Rhiannon / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 17 / Feature article                                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 10


Cost and Standard of Living
Healthy food not so great for the wallet, study finds / Amy Corderoy / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/04/2010 p. 3 / News Item         CIS v. 110(6)p. 9


Costs
Job seekers in poverty as dole loses buying power / Josh Gordon / Sunday Age / 28/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(20)p. 8
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Get set for new power price hit / Karen Collier / Herald Sun / 26/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(20)p. 7
Next to nothing / Peta Fuller / Courier Mail / 4/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                                         CIS v. 110(20)p. 8
New strategies needed in battle to survive / Jo Flanagan / Mercury (Hobart) / 21/10/2010 p. 18 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(20)p. 7


Courts
Koori courts / Ian Gray / Australian / 29/10/2010 p. 15 / Letter                                                                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 12
Laying down the law for all / / Australian / 25/10/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                                         CIS v. 110(18)p. 12
Aboriginal courts fail to deter / Richard Guilliatt / Weekend Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(18)p. 11
Let justice prevail / Tory Shepherd / Advertiser / 28/04/2010 p. 25 / Feature article                                             CIS v. 110(7)p. 15


Cricket
Fixed Sydney Test a '$3m windfall for Pakistan players'. / Jamie Pandaram / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 14
Time for cricket to stop the rot. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 1/09/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                     CIS v. 110(15)p. 14
Sport's believers turning into athiests. / Simon Barnes / Australian / 31/08/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 13
No one suspected any fixing in Sydney Game. / Ricky Ponting / Australian / 31/08/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(15)p. 13
Can we fix it? / Lucy Carne / Courier Mail / 30/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                      CIS v. 110(15)p. 11


Crime
No green light for bikie gangs / / Advertiser / 12/11/2010 p. 22 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(19)p. 9
Court puts anti-bikie legislation in doubt / Nicola Berkovic and Michael Owen / Australian / 12/11/2010 p. 9 / News Item       CIS v. 110(19)p. 9
A fatal flaw in proposed order / Sean Fewster / Advertiser / 12/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(19)p. 10
Aboriginal courts fail to deter / Richard Guilliatt / Weekend Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(18)p. 11
Putting the truth into sentencing / Geesche Jacobsen, Deborah Snow, / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/10/2010 p. 9 / Opinion        CIS v. 110(18)p. 27
Social networking sites a boon for criminals intent on fraud / Nick McKenzie / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 24
Fighting the grip of grog / Tim Dick / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(16)p. 5
Let justice prevail / Tory Shepherd / Advertiser / 28/04/2010 p. 25 / Feature article                                          CIS v. 110(7)p. 15
Privacy fears growing as police tighten national grip / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/01/2010 p. 2 /           CIS v. 110(1)p. 19
Rap on the knuckles. Teen girls get off lightly / Robyn Ironside / Courier Mail / 13/01/2010 p. 7 /                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 29
Surge in violence blamed on fight sites / Robyn Ironside / Courier Mail / 12/01/2010 p. 1 /                                    CIS v. 110(1)p. 30
Indians tell of fear on the streets / Lauren Wilson / Weekend Australian / 9/01/2010 p. 2 /                                    CIS v. 110(1)p. 21


Crimes Against the Person
The cutting edge of fear / Tom Dusevic / Weekend Australian / 24/04/2010 p. 1 / Feature article                                   CIS v. 110(7)p. 7
Close bars early to stop alcohol-fuelled violence / Hugh Mackay / Sydney Morning Herald / 10/04/2010 p. 7 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(6)p. 3
Alcohol 'primary cause' of Aboriginal violence / Ari Sharp / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
Most pub assaults occur from midnight to 3am / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item             CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Police reject Barns view on violence / Helen Kempton / Mercury (Hobart) / 3/03/2010 p. 7 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(6)p. 17
Look in mirror, cop told / Helen Kempton / Mercury (Hobart) / 2/03/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(6)p. 17
'Knife culture' fears as four stabbed at weekend / Dewi Cooke and Ian Munro / The Age / 1/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                CIS v. 110(4)p. 29


Criminal Investigation
CCTV is looking at you. / Evonne Barry / Herald Sun / 17/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Big brother wants all your bits and bytes. / Dylan Welch / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Appeal denied on DNA case / Ari Sharp / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Issues of DNA and race taint justice / / The Age / 10/05/2010 p. 11 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 4
DNA bungle jailed man / / Advertiser / 7/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                                                CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Blind faith in rape evidence slammed / Milanda Rout / Australian / 7/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
DNA frees US man after 30 years / Thomas Sheeran / The Age / 7/05/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 4


Curriculum Planning
Lessons 'beat cyber filter'. / Mitchell Toy / Sunday Herald Sun / 8/08/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(13)p. 5
Curriculum to force cutback in subjects. / Tanya Chilcott / Courier Mail / 10/06/2010 p. 33 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(10)p. 6
Syllabus confused on place of phonics. / Justine Ferrari / Australian / 7/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(10)p. 5
Curriculum too soft, say primary principals. / Justine Ferrari / Australian / 4/06/2010 p. 9 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(10)p. 5
Schools' hard labor: Conservatives blue over national curriculum. / Steve Lewis / Advertiser / 4/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item        CIS v. 110(10)p. 6


Custody of Children
Young families most likely to break up / Caroline Overington / Australian / 1/02/2010 p. 5 /                                      CIS v. 110(2)p. 7
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110(2)p. 8
Fathers vow to unite and fight family law reversal / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/01/2010 p. 9 /                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 9
Every family to be shaped in its own way / Caroline Overington / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 13 /                       CIS v. 110(2)p. 10
Shared custody laws 'fail' children / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/01/2010 p. 1 /                                  CIS v. 110(2)p. 7


Deafness
Hear today, gone tomorrow. / Callie Watson / Advertiser / 24/08/2010 p. 15 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(14)p. 12
Hearing loss affects more teens in US. / / Canberra Times / 21/08/2010 p. 28 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(14)p. 11
Headphones blamed for rise in teen hearing loss. / Thomas Maugh / The Age / 19/08/2010 p. 18 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(14)p. 11


Demonstrations
Secret police files given to desal firms / Paul Austin / The Age / 5/12/2009 p. 1 /                                              CIS v. 110(1)p. 20


Depression (Psychology)
It's time to confront the deadliest demon of them all / Dan Haesler / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion        CIS v. 110(18)p. 29
Social media and mobiles require new response to teen cries for help / Kate Benson / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 30
Teens fear stigma of mental illnesses / Breanna Tucker / Canberra Times / 13/10/2010 p. 10 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 16
Beyondblue 'incredibly neglectful' of gay youth / Jill Stark / Sunday Age / 18/04/2010 p. 5 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 11


Disabled - Human Rights
The moral quandary of sterilising a child / George Williams / Sydney Morning / 16/03/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 11
A-G urged to act on sterilisation / Caroline Overington / Weekend Australian / 13/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(6)p. 12
Parents back right to sterilise / Caroline Overington / Australian / 10/03/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 11


Disaster Relief
Hope dies in city of despair. World rallies as 100,000 feared dead in horror Haiti earthquake / Clarens Renois and Chris Johnson / Canberra Times
/ 18/01/2010 p. 1 /                                                                                                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 9
Aid flows in for Haiti but more will be needed / David Stockman / Sunday Canberra Times / 17/01/2010 p. 2 /                    CIS v. 110(1)p. 10
Disease looms as next killer / / Weekend Australian / 16/01/2010 p. 17 /                                                       CIS v. 110(1)p. 11
Aid proves more vital than ever / Martin Thomas / The Age / 15/01/2010 p. 11 /                                                 CIS v. 110(1)p. 12


Disasters
Hope dies in city of despair. World rallies as 100,000 feared dead in horror Haiti earthquake / Clarens Renois and Chris Johnson / Canberra Times
/ 18/01/2010 p. 1 /                                                                                                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 9
Aid flows in for Haiti but more will be needed / David Stockman / Sunday Canberra Times / 17/01/2010 p. 2 /                    CIS v. 110(1)p. 10


Discrimination
Gay marriage must get the nod / Susie O'Brien / Herald Sun / 16/11/2010 p. 24 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(20)p. 21
School dances: No place for democracy / Charlotte Ingold / The Age / 11/11/2010 p. 18 / Letter                                 CIS v. 110(19)p. 8
Discrimination is today's faux pas / / The Age / 11/11/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(19)p. 8
School dances. Discrimination doesn't fit our time / Kay Boulden / The Age / 11/11/2010 p. 18 / Letter                         CIS v. 110(19)p. 8
All dressed up but not coming out - no room at the dance for grammar school girlfriends / Henrietta Cook / The Age / 10/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(19)p. 7
Coming out of the closet need not be an Olympic effort / Max Denton / The Age / 20/04/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 12
Back into the closet: gays find few friends in aged care / Jessica Mahar / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 9 / News Item CIS v. 110(6)p. 11


Discrimination in Employment
Don't be afraid to walk away, says executive / Carol Nader / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 9
Women still locked out of management roles at work / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion              CIS v. 110(16)p. 9
More women in parliament does little for gender equity / Peter Van Onselen / Australian / 30/09/2010 p. 5 / News Item            CIS v. 110(16)p. 10
Women's pay still lags but Govt claims progress in PS / / Canberra Times / 24/09/2010 p. 5 / Editorial                           CIS v. 110(16)p. 10
Unions to push pay equity for women / Ewin Hannan / Australian / 4/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(4)p. 11
Equal pay is the law but it is not yet a reality / / The Age / 3/03/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                       CIS v. 110(4)p. 12
Women's pay worse than in 1985 / Ben Schneiders / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/03/2010 p. 2 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(4)p. 11
Hard act landing a job when you're 64 / Pia Akerman / Australian / 2/02/2010 p. 6 /                                              CIS v. 110(2)p. 4
Keep on toiling, oldies told / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 2/02/2010 p. 6 /                                                      CIS v. 110(2)p. 4
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Disease Prevention
Like statins with that? / Denis Campbell / The Age / 14/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(14)p. 10


Divorce
Young families most likely to break up / Caroline Overington / Australian / 1/02/2010 p. 5 /                                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 7
Family law must be reformed to make the safety of children the top priority / Adele Horin / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 11 /
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(2)p. 8
Fathers vow to unite and fight family law reversal / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/01/2010 p. 9 /                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 9
Every family to be shaped in its own way / Caroline Overington / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 13 /                       CIS v. 110(2)p. 10
Shared custody laws 'fail' children / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/01/2010 p. 1 /                                  CIS v. 110(2)p. 7


DNA
Appeal denied on DNA case / Ari Sharp / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Issues of DNA and race taint justice / / The Age / 10/05/2010 p. 11 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(8)p. 4
DNA bungle jailed man / / Advertiser / 7/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                                               CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Blind faith in rape evidence slammed / Milanda Rout / Australian / 7/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
DNA frees US man after 30 years / Thomas Sheeran / The Age / 7/05/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(8)p. 4


Drug Abuse
Time to start thinking again on drug laws. / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 6/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 15
Long-term drug use harms brain: researchers. / Danny Rose / Canberra Times / 6/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(15)p. 16
Helplines run hot over Ben. / Elissa Doherty / Herald Sun / 31/08/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(15)p. 16
Tackling a tough topic. / Nathan Mawby / Herald Sun / 23/08/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(14)p. 26
Teenage drug use opened gate, says Cousins. / Mike Sheahan / Advertiser / 21/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(14)p. 26
Don't show drugs, Cousins urged. / Martin Blake / The Age / 12/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(13)p. 9
Cousins is face of widely denied ills. / / The Age / 12/08/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                                CIS v. 110(13)p. 9
Ben divides nation again. / Stefan Gruenert, / Herald Sun / 12/08/2010 p. 36 / Opinion                                           CIS v. 110(14)p. 25
Parents caught by drug test. / Kate Sikora / Daily Telegraph / 3/08/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(13)p. 10


Drug Abuse - Economic Aspects
The case for decriminalising drugs / James Eyers / Australian Financial Review / 20/11/2010 p. 30 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 9


Drug Abuse - Law and Legislation
Time to start thinking again on drug laws. / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 6/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 15


Drug Abuse - Policy
Under the influence of reportage / Frances Stewart / Sunday Canberra Times / 21/11/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(20)p. 11
The case for decriminalising drugs / James Eyers / Australian Financial Review / 20/11/2010 p. 30 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 9
Time to start thinking again on drug laws. / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 6/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 15
Injecting rooms: trial is not needed. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/06/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                   CIS v. 110(10)p. 7
Injecting room in pre-election focus. / Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 7
Doctor took the law into his own hands. / Kate Benson / Sydney Morning Herald / 14/06/2010 p. 12 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(10)p. 8
Greens hold line on drugs. / Farrah Tomazin / The Age / 11/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(10)p. 8


Drug Traffic
The killing fields / David Marr / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(18)p. 5
Majority oppose execution of drugs pair / Mark Davis / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(18)p. 4


Drugs
Like statins with that? / Denis Campbell / The Age / 14/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(14)p. 10


Drugs and Adolescents
Alcohol control turns schoolies into goldmine / Tony Bartlett / Canberra Times / 27/11/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 24

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Parents who just won't say 'no' to blame for schoolies scourge / Rebecca Wilson / Herald Sun / 25/11/2010 p. 38 / Opinion    CIS v. 110(20)p. 23
Under the influence of reportage / Frances Stewart / Sunday Canberra Times / 21/11/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 11
Schoolies stashes: Federal police claim $10m drugs haul on way to Byron / Geoff Chambers / Daily Telegraph / 20/11/2010 p. 15 / News Item
                                                                                                                             CIS v. 110(20)p. 12
Teenage girls more sexually active than a decade ago / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item   CIS v. 110(16)p. 24


Drugs and Crime
The case for decriminalising drugs / James Eyers / Australian Financial Review / 20/11/2010 p. 30 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(20)p. 9


Drugs and Driving
One in 61 tested drivers on drugs. / Maris Beck / The Age / 16/07/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(12)p. 9
Roadside drug testing risks making our roads less safe. / Bill Bush / Canberra Times / 7/07/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(12)p. 10
ACT needs drug tests, not disputes. / / Canberra Times / 30/06/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(12)p. 9


Drugs and Sport
AFL drugs code must protect the sick. / Patrick Smith / Weekend Australian / 4/09/2010 p. 48 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 18
Hawthorn stands by disgraced Tuck. / Courtney Walsh and Greg Denham / Australian / 1/09/2010 p. 30 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(15)p. 17


Earthquakes
Hope dies in city of despair. World rallies as 100,000 feared dead in horror Haiti earthquake / Clarens Renois and Chris Johnson / Canberra Times
/ 18/01/2010 p. 1 /                                                                                                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 9
Aid flows in for Haiti but more will be needed / David Stockman / Sunday Canberra Times / 17/01/2010 p. 2 /                    CIS v. 110(1)p. 10
Aid proves more vital than ever / Martin Thomas / The Age / 15/01/2010 p. 11 /                                                 CIS v. 110(1)p. 12


Economic Assistance
Global cash crisis shifted focus from poverty goals. / Danny Rose / Canberra Times / 1/09/2010 p. 12 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(15)p. 20
Some have progress a their fingertips, but for others pain and poverty linger. / Daniel Flitton / The Age / 28/08/2010 p. 15 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                   CIS v. 110(15)p. 19
Much foreign aid does not reach its intended recipients. / Richard Bennett, Gordon Stranger, Dennis Murphy, Joe Meuris, Keith Steinborner, /
Advertiser / 26/05/2010 p. 20 / Letters                                                                                            CIS v. 110(9)p. 6
Foreign aid millions lost, review finds. / Steve Lewis and Nic Christensen / Mercury (Hobart) / 24/05/2010 p. 2 / News Item        CIS v. 110(9)p. 5
Australia gives the world's poor little more than small change / Peter Singer / The Age / 18/02/2010 p. 19 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(4)p. 20
Abbott backs away from Joyce on aid / Phillip Coorey / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(4)p. 19
Aid proves more vital than ever / Martin Thomas / The Age / 15/01/2010 p. 11 /                                                     CIS v. 110(1)p. 12


Education
Smaller classes not the answer / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 15/11/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 27


Education - Curriculums
Schools forced to cut easier subjects / Lucy Hood / Advertiser / 30/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(16)p. 11
Curriculum must be excellent / / Australian / 21/09/2010 p. 13 / Editorial                                                          CIS v. 110(16)p. 12
Teachers fear course neglect / Justine Ferrari / Australian / 10/09/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 12


Education - Policy
Class sizes: what matters most is teaching them to think / / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/11/2010 p. 12 / Letters                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 28
ABCs of teaching / / Canberra Times / 16/11/2010 p. 8 / Editorial                                                                   CIS v. 110(19)p. 27
Teacher quality not class size is school key / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 28


Education, Primary
Curriculum to force cutback in subjects. / Tanya Chilcott / Courier Mail / 10/06/2010 p. 33 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(10)p. 6
Syllabus confused on place of phonics. / Justine Ferrari / Australian / 7/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 5


Education, Secondary
Curriculum to force cutback in subjects. / Tanya Chilcott / Courier Mail / 10/06/2010 p. 33 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(10)p. 6

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Schools' hard labor: Conservatives blue over national curriculum. / Steve Lewis / Advertiser / 4/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item           CIS v. 110(10)p. 6


Educational Evaluation
P&C group demands changes to MySchool. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 7/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 27
NAPLAN tests fury unleashed. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 22/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(14)p. 23
Parents' class action: Educational negligence legal threat to teachers. / Candice Keller / Advertiser / 16/08/2010 p. 13 / News Item
                                                                                                                                    CIS v. 110(14)p. 23
Principals spell out NAPLAN concerns. / Candice Keller / Advertiser / 11/06/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 9
Report reveals 'perverse effects' of testing regime. / Tanya Chilcott / Courier Mail / 11/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 10
Principals face the sack if test results don't improve. / Dan Harrison / The Age / 11/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 9
Schools website huge hit / Bruce McDougall / Daily Telegraph / 30/01/2010 p. 13 /                                                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 21
League tables: Don't judge our pupils on one academic test / Mandi Sanders, Lynne Poleson, Annie Carment, Julanne Sweeney, Dan Sprange /
Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 10 / Letters                                                                                     CIS v. 110(2)p. 22
Testing time for teachers / / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/01/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 26
Ban on testing 'no solution' / Milanda Rout / Australian / 20/01/2010 p. 4 /                                                        CIS v. 110(1)p. 26
Scrutiny on teachers / / Canberra Times / 20/01/2010 p. 10 / Editorial                                                              CIS v. 110(1)p. 25
Teachers plan test boycott over league table fears / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/01/2010 p. 5 /                         CIS v. 110(1)p. 25


Employment
Farmers warn of shortages. / Sophie Morris / Australian Financial Review / 4/08/2010 p. 17 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(13)p. 12
Not a simple matter to move where the jobs are / Andrew Fraser / Weekend Australian / 24/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(7)p. 28


Employment Conditions
The new Hungry Mile- Depression-era conditions return / Paul Bibby / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item              CIS v. 110(19)p. 29
Workforce wants flexibility / Cara Jenkin / Courier Mail / 2/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(17)p. 7
We're cutting our hours but taking work home / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 27/09/2010 p. 9 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 8
Women are no longer prepared to put up and shut up. / Trish Bolton / The Age / 22/06/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(11)p. 24
Rigid reaction to workplace flexibility. / Steven Scott / Australian Financial Review / 22/06/2010 p. 12 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(11)p. 4
Mark this as an affair we will remember. / Ruth Williams / Sunday Age / 20/06/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(11)p. 23
Sex scandals are not on, corporate Australia warned. / Mary-Anne Toy / The Age / 19/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(11)p. 24
Couples get baby leave. / Michael Harvey / Herald Sun / 18/06/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(11)p. 3
Finally, parental leave a reality. / Misha Schubert / The Age / 18/06/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(11)p. 3
Parental leave sustains life balance. / / Advertiser / 18/06/2010 p. 4 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 4
Working versus stay-at-home is not the mother of all battles. / Jessica Brown / The Age / 25/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(9)p. 8
The work-life lie: family-friendly jobs a myth. / Paul Bibby / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(9)p. 7
Home mums on warpath over pay. / Sue Dunlevy / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(9)p. 7
Paid parent leave ignites mums' war / Sue Dunlevy and Rosemarie Lentini / Daily Telegraph / 20/05/2010 p. 9 / News Item              CIS v. 110(8)p. 6
It's only fair - nappy leave for new dads / Stephen Johnson / Advertiser / 15/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(8)p. 6
Parental leave fails to deliver / Lisa Mayoh / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 9/05/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 5
Maternity leave before birth / Ben Packham / Herald Sun / 5/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(8)p. 5
Let's not throw Abbott's baby leave out with the bathwater / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(6)p. 14
It's political baby blues / Maria Moscaritolo / Advertiser / 10/03/2010 p. 21 / Feature article                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 13
Grocers push for two-hour minimum youth shifts / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/02/2010 p. 5 / News Item                CIS v. 110(4)p. 2
Awards silly on after-school work / / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 8 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(4)p. 1
Gillard calls time on young Matthew's job / Nicolas Perpitch / Australian / 5/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 1


Equal Pay for Equal Work
Unions' war cry on equal pay row / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(20)p. 14
Hard work to close pay gap / / Canberra Times / 20/11/2010 p. 26 / Editorial                                                         CIS v. 110(20)p. 13
Unions to push pay equity for women / Ewin Hannan / Australian / 4/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(4)p. 11
Equal pay is the law but it is not yet a reality / / The Age / 3/03/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 12
Women's pay worse than in 1985 / Ben Schneiders / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/03/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(4)p. 11


Ethics
Honesty is not always the best policy position / Mirko Bagaric / Australian / 19/05/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 8
No! Who would have thought! Seems telling fibs is universal / Nicky Phillips / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/05/2010 p. 5 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(8)p. 7
Trust me, porkies and false promises come with the territory / Chris Johnson / Canberra Times / 19/05/2010 p. 4 / Opinion       CIS v. 110(8)p. 7
Young buyers not very ethical: study / / Canberra Times / 15/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 8
Instant credit lets losers keep on betting / Ellie Harvey / Sydney Morning Herald / 25/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 12
Call to charge Nitschke 'aiding' suicide / Julia Medew / The Age / 19/02/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(4)p. 15



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Ethics - Study and Teaching
What lies beneath - a question of ethics / Ainslie MacGibbon / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/04/2010 p. 15 / Feature article        CIS v. 110(6)p. 7
Young buyers not very ethical: study / / Canberra Times / 15/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 8


Euthanasia
Fight for life to the last breath / Niki Savva / Australian / 5/10/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(16)p. 16
People have the right to choose / Nola Martin / Sunday Age / 3/10/2010 p. 14 / Letter                                         CIS v. 110(16)p. 13
Take into account human weakness / Philip O'Carroll / Sunday Age / 3/10/2010 p. 14 / Letter                                   CIS v. 110(16)p. 13
Changing dying laws difficult, says PM / Samantha Maiden / Australian / 27/09/2010 p. 5 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(16)p. 14
Don't encourage the grim reaper / Mirko Bagaric / Australian / 21/09/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                     CIS v. 110(16)p. 15
Time for open and honest debate, grieving partner says / Ewa Kretowicz / Canberra Times / 21/09/2010 p. 4 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(16)p. 13
Pioneer set for new euthanasia mission / Lauren Wilson / Australian / 21/09/2010 p. 4 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 14
Voxpop: If you were terminally ill would you want the option of euthanasia? / David Prior, Donna Doherty, Corey Whitbread, Kate Dermoudy,
Stuart Rahill, / Mercury (Hobart) / 24/06/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                                                CIS v. 110(11)p. 6
New life in death Bill / Helen Kempton / Mercury (Hobart) / 24/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(11)p. 6
Court grants elderly woman right to die. / / Advertiser / 18/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(11)p. 5
Dying debate. / Tory Shepherd / Advertiser / 18/06/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                                                        CIS v. 110(11)p. 5
A good death: changes to assisted suicide law are not necessary / Gordon Brown / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/02/2010 p. 7 / Opinion CIS v.
110(4)p. 16
Call to charge Nitschke 'aiding' suicide / Julia Medew / The Age / 19/02/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 15
Euthanasia - vast majority support change / Nell Fran / The Age / 19/02/2010 p. 10 / Letters                                  CIS v. 110(4)p. 15
The death trap / Julia Medew / The Age / 15/02/2010 p. 9 / Feature article                                                    CIS v. 110(4)p. 13


Family - Law and Legislation
Young families most likely to break up / Caroline Overington / Australian / 1/02/2010 p. 5 /                                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 7
Family law must be reformed to make the safety of children the top priority / Adele Horin / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 11 /
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(2)p. 8
Fathers vow to unite and fight family law reversal / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/01/2010 p. 9 /                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 9
Every family to be shaped in its own way / Caroline Overington / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 13 /                       CIS v. 110(2)p. 10
Shared custody laws 'fail' children / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/01/2010 p. 1 /                                  CIS v. 110(2)p. 7


Family life
New vibe in the neighbourhood / Rosemarie Lentini / Daily Telegraph / 30/10/2010 p. 11 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 10
Millions more to live alone as population ages. / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item            CIS v. 110(10)p. 16


Family Relations
Time with the kids more fun for mum than dad / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 20/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(8)p. 10
Empty pockets and wonky careers can provide a richer life / Damon Young / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 9
Family survives digital dark age / Megan Doherty / Sunday Canberra Times / 16/05/2010 p. 29 / Feature article                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 27


Family Violence
Koori courts / Ian Gray / Australian / 29/10/2010 p. 15 / Letter                                                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 12
Laying down the law for all / / Australian / 25/10/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                                      CIS v. 110(18)p. 12
Aboriginal courts fail to deter / Richard Guilliatt / Weekend Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(18)p. 11
When violence hits home / Lucy Baker / Canberra Times / 13/10/2010 p. 4 / Feature article                                      CIS v. 110(17)p. 9
Tribal punishment 'only way' to solve dispute / Natasha Robinson and Rosemary Neill / Australian / 29/09/2010 p. 1 / Opinion   CIS v. 110(16)p. 2
Fighting the grip of grog / Tim Dick / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(16)p. 5
Another name for murder. / Adrian Howe / The Age / 24/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                                  CIS v. 110(9)p. 10
New homicide laws have proved indefensible. / Sarah Capper and Mary Crooks / Sunday Age / 23/05/2010 p. 21 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(9)p. 9
Communities back call for alcohol bans / Debbie Guest / Australian / 12/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
Young families most likely to break up / Caroline Overington / Australian / 1/02/2010 p. 5 /                                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 7
Family law must be reformed to make the safety of children the top priority / Adele Horin / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 11 /
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(2)p. 8
Fathers vow to unite and fight family law reversal / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/01/2010 p. 9 /                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 9
Every family to be shaped in its own way / Caroline Overington / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 13 /                       CIS v. 110(2)p. 10


Fashion Models
Why a focus on larger models can be unhealthy. / Susie O'Brien / Advertiser / 21/08/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(14)p. 14
Store's big dummy run. / Emily Power / Herald Sun / 18/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(14)p. 13
Code to empower shoppers. / Caroline Marcus / Sunday Herald Sun / 27/06/2010 p. 14 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 1
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Fathers
Time with the kids more fun for mum than dad / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 20/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(8)p. 10
Empty pockets and wonky careers can provide a richer life / Damon Young / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(8)p. 9
It's only fair - nappy leave for new dads / Stephen Johnson / Advertiser / 15/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(8)p. 6


Firearms - Law and Legislation
Drop in gun suicides. / Gill Vowles / Mercury (Hobart) / 4/09/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(15)p. 22
Howard's gun legacy - 200 lives saved a year. / Peter Martin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(15)p. 21
Guns buyback saved lives. / Peter Martin / The Age / 30/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                                    CIS v. 110(15)p. 22


Flags - Australia
A familiar refrain in the conversation / Geoff Kitney / Financial Review / 27/01/2010 p. 4 /                                        CIS v. 110(2)p. 6
Flag furore fires up / Evonne Barry and Matthew Johnston / Herald Sun / 26/01/2010 p. 7 /                                           CIS v. 110(2)p. 11
Thoroughly Jacked off / Alan Howe / Herald Sun / 25/01/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                                                         CIS v. 110(2)p. 12
It's the people's flag, so we should fly it with pride / Allan Pidgeon / Courier Mail / 25/01/2010 p. 27 /                          CIS v. 110(2)p. 11


Food
For the sake of our kids, schools must get cooking / Tory Maguire / Courier Mail / 13/04/2010 p. 23 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(6)p. 9
Healthy food not so great for the wallet, study finds / Amy Corderoy / Sydne Morning Herald / 13/04/2010 p. 3 / News Item           CIS v. 110(6)p. 9
Follow US lead and count the cost of calories / Bob Carr / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 10
Do we really want to take the risk? / Helen Knight / Australian / 26/02/2010 p. 15 / Letters                                        CIS v. 110(4)p. 8
Meat import risks / / Canberra Times / 25/02/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                                                 CIS v. 110(4)p. 7


Food - Standards
Consumers must stop accepting second best / Nick Stace / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/03/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 9
Consumers jump at opportunity to have their say on packaging laws / Ross Peake / Canberra Times / 6/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 9
Mad scramble over beef imports / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 25/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(4)p. 9
No easy answers to treating killer condition / / Australian / 25/02/2010 p. 11 /                                            CIS v. 110(4)p. 10


Food Habits
Views sought on halal killing / Megan Doherty / Canberra Times / 16/03/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 4


Food Industry
Good food trend spreads / Peter Roberts / Financial Review / 28/04/2010 p. 61 / Feature article                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 11


Food Supply
Small stall on 'greener' pork: Plan hailed, but still faces delays. / Brian Williams / Courier Mail / 22/07/2010 p. 23 / News Item CIS v. 110(12)p. 4


Forensic Sciences
Appeal denied on DNA case / Ari Sharp / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
DNA bungle jailed man / / Advertiser / 7/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                                                  CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Blind faith in rape evidence slammed / Milanda Rout / Australian / 7/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
DNA frees US man after 30 years / Thomas Sheeran / The Age / 7/05/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(8)p. 4


Foster Home Care
Guardianship plan for foster children. / Amy Noonan / Advertiser / 24/07/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(12)p. 8


Free Speech
A columnist's right to express offensive opinions / / Sunday Age / 30/10/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                     CIS v. 110(18)p. 14
Geoff Clark among Aborigines suing Bolt / Karl Quinn / The Age / 22/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(18)p. 14

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Silenced in court / Chris Berg / Sunday Age / 3/10/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                                            CIS v. 110(18)p. 13
South Park gag makes a mockery of freedom of expression / Janet Albrechtson / Australian / 5/05/2010 p. 16 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(7)p. 3
Mohammed censorship no joke / Alvaro Vargas Llosa / Australian / 29/04/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(7)p. 4
Censorship of South Park no laughing matter / Timothy Mavratzakis / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/04/2010 p. 8 / Letter               CIS v. 110(7)p. 4
South Park skit has 'bad intention' / / Canberra Times / 24/04/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(7)p. 3
Censoring free speech in the secret state / / Advertiser / 2/02/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                             CIS v. 110(2)p. 14
Public gagged as Labor censors net / Michael McGuire / Advertiser / 2/02/2010 p. 13 /                                              CIS v. 110(2)p. 13
Censorship is alive in the free world / Rebecca Mackinnon / The Age / 16/01/2010 p. 7 /                                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 4


Freedom of Information
The secret lives of U.S. / Marshall Brain and Carly Crawford / Advertiser / 1/12/2010 p. 25 / Feature article                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 27
US leaks are in global interest / Josh Rosner / Canberra Times / 30/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(20)p. 29
Ignore the scaremongering, WikiLeaks are of global interest / Simon Jenkins / The Age / 30/11/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(20)p. 28
Leaking 'frank assessments' a risk to peace / Libby Purves / Australian / 30/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(20)p. 30


Gambling
Fixed Sydney Test a '$3m windfall for Pakistan players'. / Jamie Pandaram / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 14
Pokie deal a winner. / Nick Xenophon / Sunday Mail (SA) / 5/09/2010 p. 39 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(15)p. 24
Clubs claim pokie limits could cost state $400m. / Sean Nicholls and Jacob Saulwick / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/09/2010 p. 9 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 23
Wilkie wins pledge to reform pokies. / Kirsty Needham / The Age / 3/09/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(15)p. 23
Time for cricket to stop the rot. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 1/09/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                       CIS v. 110(15)p. 14
Sport's believers turning into atheists. / Simon Barnes / Australian / 31/08/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 13
No one suspected any fixing in Sydney Game. / Ricky Ponting / Australian / 31/08/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(15)p. 13
Can we fix it? / Lucy Carne / Courier Mail / 30/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                        CIS v. 110(15)p. 11
State 'gutless' on pokies. / David Killick / Sunday Tasmanian / 27/06/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 9
States addicted to gambling. / Nicola Berkovic / Australian / 24/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(11)p. 7
All bets off in bid to fight gambling. / Stefanie Balogh and Anna Caldwell / Courier Mail / 24/06/2010 p. 10 / News Item        CIS v. 110(11)p. 10
Macklin gambles on national action. / Marcus Priest / Australian Financial Review / 24/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(11)p. 9
$1 bet limits pokie losses. / Malcolm Farr / Daily Telegraph / 23/06/2010 p. 17 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(11)p. 7
Jackpot a 'remote' chance. / / Sunday Herald Sun / 20/06/2010 p. 40 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(11)p. 8
PM dodges chance to clamp down on pokies / Matthew Franklin / Australian / 3/05/2010 p. 10 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(7)p. 10
Playing can be a killer / Laurie Nowell / Herald Sun / 2/05/2010 p. 22 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(7)p. 12
New technology sucks in punters / Laurie Nowell and James Campbell / Herald Sun / 2/05/2010 p. 22 / Feature article             CIS v. 110(7)p. 11
Report urges change in gambling rules / Patricia Karvelas / Weekend Australian / 1/05/2010 p. 4 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(7)p. 10
Questionable benefits of pokies to the community / Malcolm Farr / Daily Telegraph / 26/04/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(7)p. 9
Pokie apps reckless: Xenophon / / Australian / 26/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                                      CIS v. 110(7)p. 9
Problem gamblers at breaking point / / The Age / 22/04/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(7)p. 9
Instant credit lets losers keep on betting / Ellie Harvey / Sydney Morning Herald / 25/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 12


Gangs
Police say they're blind to race, but that's not how Melbourne youth see it. / Michelle Grossman / The Age / 18/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(14)p. 16
Weapons linked with the desire to feel safe. / Farah Farouque / The Age / 16/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(14)p. 15


Gangs - Law and Legislation
No green light for bikie gangs / / Advertiser / 12/11/2010 p. 22 / Editorial                                                       CIS v. 110(19)p. 9
Court puts anti-bikie legislation in doubt / Nicola Berkovic and Michael Owen / Australian / 12/11/2010 p. 9 / News Item           CIS v. 110(19)p. 9
A fatal flaw in proposed order / Sean Fewster / Advertiser / 12/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(19)p. 10


Genetic Engineering
Scientists criticised for 'playing God' by creating synthetic cell. / / Canberra Times / 22/05/2010 p. 19 / News Item            CIS v. 110(9)p. 2
Making life is easy: now for debate on whether it is right. / Deborah Smith / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(9)p. 2
Breakthrough as artificial life is created. / Deborah Smith / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                CIS v. 110(9)p. 1
Geneticist creates first artificial life. / Leigh Dayton / Australian / 21/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 1


Genetics
Humanity fights for ownership of its soul / Malcolm Turnbull / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 16
India to track its 'natural capital' / Juliette Jowit / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 21 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(18)p. 16

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Genocide
Kyrgyzstan vows probe into deaths. / Tolkun Namatbayeva / The Age / 21/06/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(11)p. 12
UN says 400,000 Uzbecks have fled clashes. / Philip Pan / The Age / 19/06/2010 p. 20 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 11
400,000 flee bloody horror. / / Herald Sun / 19/06/2010 p. 40 / News Item                                                           CIS v. 110(11)p. 11


Gifted Children
Failing our kids. / Carly Hennessy / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 15/08/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(14)p. 24


Girls
The revolt against raunch / / Australian / 15/03/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
Feminists in anti-raunch-culture revolt / Rosemary Neill / Weekend Australian / 13/03/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 23
"If misogynists can only have their crass videos screened after 9pm it's no civil liberties body blow" / David Penberthy / Advertiser / 29/01/2010 p.
24 / Opinion                                                                                                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 26
Rap on the knuckles. Teen girls get off lightly / Robyn Ironside / Courier Mail / 13/01/2010 p. 7 /                               CIS v. 110(1)p. 29
Teen girls as bad as boys / Janelle Miles / Courier Mail / 12/01/2010 p. 2 /                                                      CIS v. 110(1)p. 30


Health
PM accused of neglecting mental health / Sean Parnell / Australian / 15/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 19


HIV/AIDS
Taking a chance on HIV / Frances Stewart / Sunday Canberra Times / 31/10/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(18)p. 18
Not time to ease up on vigilance about HIV / Levinia Crooks / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/10/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(18)p. 17
HIV diagnoses highest since 1994 / Julie Medew / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 17
Gel succeeds in blocking AIDS. / / Australian / 21/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                        CIS v. 110(12)p. 12
Global AIDS funding hit by economic crisis. / Ron Winslow / Australian / 20/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(12)p. 11
Cash gifts to young Africans reduce HIV transfer rates. / / Australian / 20/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(12)p. 11
Injecting rooms: trial is not needed. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/06/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 7


Homeless Persons
PM says homeless rate could go up / Danielle Cronin / Canberra Times / 18/02/2010 p. 6 /                                            CIS v. 110(3)p. 10
High cost of homeless in hospital / / Daily Telegraph / 17/02/2010 p. 15 /                                                          CIS v. 110(3)p. 21
We're caring and can fix this, says PM / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/02/2010 p. 8 /                                 CIS v. 110(3)p. 10
Life in a house of hope / / Daily Telegraph / 17/02/2010 p. 15 /                                                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 22
Abbott's tough love not their cup of tea / Carol Nader / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/02/2010 p. 4 /                                  CIS v. 110(3)p. 9
Bible bashing the homeless, Abbott style / Michael Perusco / The Age / 16/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 9
Homeless: rash vow or overdue goal / Helen Trinca / Weekend Australian / 9/01/2010 p. 1 /                                           CIS v. 110(1)p. 13


Homicide - Law and legislation
Death case ends in a community service term. / Robyn Ironside and Tristan Swanwick / Courier Mail / 5/06/2010 p. 10 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(10)p. 11
Another name for murder. / Adrian Howe / The Age / 24/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                                  CIS v. 110(9)p. 10
New homicide laws have proved indefensible. / Sarah Capper and Mary Crooks / Sunday Age / 23/05/2010 p. 21 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(9)p. 9


Homophobia
Intolerance out of bounds. / John Eales / Australian Financial Review / 24/05/2010 p. 50 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(9)p. 13
Let's get this straight on sexuality. / Michael Ruffles / Canberra Times / 23/05/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(9)p. 14
Gay players get respect. / / Herald Sun / 22/05/2010 p. 30 / Editorial                                                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 11
Gay players endure abuse on sports field. / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 21/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(9)p. 12
Vox Pop: Is Jason Akermanis right when he suggests any gay footballer would be better to stay "in the closet". / Sue Floyd, Steve Sarakinis, Liz
Wightman / Herald Sun / 21/05/2010 p. 34 / Opinion                                                                            CIS v. 110(9)p. 12
Stay in the closet. / Jason Akermanis / Herald Sun / 20/05/2010 p. 94 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(9)p. 11
Back into the closet: gays find few frinds in aged care / Jessica Mahar / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 9 / News Item CIS v. 110(6)p. 11


Homosexuality
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Gillard won't vow to back party on gay marriage / Sid Maher / Australian / 18/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(19)p. 18
Gay marriage must get the nod / Susie O'Brien / Herald Sun / 16/11/2010 p. 24 / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(20)p. 21
Vowed to fight for recognition / Carol Nader / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/11/2010 p. 13 / Feature article                          CIS v. 110(19)p. 17
School dances: No place for democracy / Charlotte Ingold / The Age / 11/11/2010 p. 18 / Letter                                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 8
Discrimination is today's faux pas / / The Age / 11/11/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                                      CIS v. 110(19)p. 8
School dances. Discrimination doesn't fit our time / Kay Boulden / The Age / 11/11/2010 p. 18 / Letter                             CIS v. 110(19)p. 8
All dressed up but not coming out - no room at the dance for grammar school girlfriends / Henrietta Cook / The Age / 10/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                                   CIS v. 110(19)p. 7
MP moves on gay marriage / / Advertiser / 27/10/2010 p. 18 / News Item                                                             CIS v. 110(19)p. 17
There's nothing generational about it, experts says, door to acceptance is still closed today. / Janet Fife-Yeomans / Daily Telegraph / 22/05/2010 p. 4
/ News Item                                                                                                                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 15
NSW MP apologises, Seven stands by story. / Adam Bennett and Matthew Moore / The Age / 22/05/2010 p. 12 / News Item                CIS v. 110(9)p. 21
Seven defends outing despite false claim. / Matthew Moore / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 11 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(9)p. 22
Outdated Seven fails on public interest. / David Marr / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(9)p. 22
Stay in your cave Aker, we're happier out of the closet. / Tim Duggan / The Age / 21/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(9)p. 16
Coming out of the closet need not be an Olympic effort / Max Denton / The Age / 20/04/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 12
Beyondblue 'incredibly neglectful' of gay youth / Jill Stark / Sunday Age / 18/04/2010 p. 5 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 11
Back into the closet: gays find few frinds in aged care / Jessica Mahar / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 9 / News Item      CIS v. 110(6)p. 11


Homosexuality - Law and Legislation
Same-sex opposition 'prehistoric' / Stephen Lunn / Weekend Australian / 20/11/2010 p. 7 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(20)p. 22
State bill passed allowing gay couples to adopt. / / Australian / 3/09/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(15)p. 2
Opposing same-sex adoption is not bigoted. / Peter Kell / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(15)p. 2
Same-sex couples face injustice on adoption. / Verity Firth / syd / 1/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(15)p. 1
Churches get opt-out point on same-sex adoption bill. / Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 31/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item         CIS v. 110(15)p. 1
Gay OK in US military: Obama deal to overturn ban. / / Courier Mail / 26/05/2010 p. 24 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(9)p. 15


Honesty
Honesty is not always the best policy position / Mirko Bagaric / Australian / 19/05/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 8
No! Who would have thought! Seems telling fibs is universal / Nicky Phillips / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/05/2010 p. 5 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(8)p. 7
Trust me, porkies and false promises come with the territory / Chris Johnson / Canberra Times / 19/05/2010 p. 4 / Opinion       CIS v. 110(8)p. 7


Hospitals
The patients no one cares about / Richard Noone / Daily Telegraph / 16/02/2010 p. 4 /                                               CIS v. 110(3)p. 21


Housing
New vibe in the neighbourhood / Rosemarie Lentini / Daily Telegraph / 30/10/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 10
Soaring rent fuel city's poverty crisis / Chris Vedelago / Sunday Age / 3/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(17)p. 12
Call for reform as 'rental society' looms / Ruth Williams / Sunday Age / 18/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 14
Minister pushes public housing mix / Matthew Franklin / Australian / 31/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 14
Housing shortfall likely to worsen / George Megalogenis / Australian / 29/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 13
Dazzled by housing's magic rise / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 16/03/2010 p. 11 / Feature article                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 15
Our crowded houses / Callie Watson / Advertiser / 12/03/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 16
We're caring and can fix this, says PM / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/02/2010 p. 8 /                                 CIS v. 110(3)p. 10


Housing - Finance
Why go the gouge? Because they can / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 4/11/2010 p. 8 / Feature article                             CIS v. 110(18)p. 4
Banking inquiry adds up / Valerina Changarathil / Advertiser / 1/11/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(18)p. 3


Human Rights
Labor is creating its own crisis in refugee policy / / Australian / 20/10/2010 p. 13 / Editorial                                    CIS v. 110(17)p. 19
Even illegal workers have rights / Danielle Celermajer / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(19)p. 30
Condemned by faceless accusers and secret evidence. / Ben Saul / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/06/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 3
Rush to IVF judgement / Katie Bice / Herald Sun / 5/05/2010 p. 18 / News Item                                                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 14
A charter of rights is divisive? The vast majority think not / Frank Brennan / The Age / 23/04/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 13
Three cheers that we won't have a charter of rights / Bob Carr / Australian / 22/04/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 14
Detainee visiting rights forged / Yuko Narushima / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(6)p. 21
Censorship is alive in the free world / Rebecca Mackinnon / The Age / 16/01/2010 p. 7 /                                             CIS v. 110(1)p. 4


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Immigration and Emigration
Time to take a breather on migration numbers. / Judith Sloan / Australian / 9/08/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(13)p. 12
With back door swinging shut, immigration drops. / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 5/08/2010 p. 7 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(13)p. 11
The politics of population. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/08/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                           CIS v. 110(13)p. 18
Farmers warn of shortages. / Sophie Morris / Australian Financial Review / 4/08/2010 p. 17 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 12
Students tip level of migration to new high. / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 30/07/2010 p. 3 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(13)p. 11
Politicians, business 'misread' mood against a big Australia. / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 26/07/2010 p. 6 / News Item       CIS v. 110(12)p. 16
Abbott's migrant cap criticised. / Jacob Saulwick / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/07/2010 p. 9 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(12)p. 16
No entry: Abbott to shut the gate on 130,000 migrants a year. / Simon Kearney / Sunday Mail (SA) / 25/07/2010 p. 1 /          CIS v. 110(12)p. 15
...and fewer migrants are on the way, anyway. / Geoff Winestock / Weekend Australian Financial Review / 24/07/2010 p. 29 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(12)p. 14
No need to cut immigration: Swan. / Michaela Whitbourn / Australian Financial Review / 23/07/2010 p. 10 / News Item           CIS v. 110(12)p. 13
Premiers welcome more migrants. / Mathew Dunckley, / Australian Financial Review / 23/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item               CIS v. 110(12)p. 14
Gillard ducks on migrant intake. / Phillip Coorey / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/07/2010 p. 1 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(12)p. 13
Economic slump hits population. / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 5/06/2010 p. 14 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(10)p. 15
Population growing at twice global average: ABS / Jacob Saulwick / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item        CIS v. 110(6)p. 18
Gangs threaten immigration stance: Abbott / Michelle Grattan / The Age / 23/01/2010 p. 1 /                                    CIS v. 110(2)p. 16
Growth is good when managed well / Scott Morrison / Australian / 22/01/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 15
Migrants enrich our way of life / Julie Szego / The Age / 11/12/2009 p. 17 /                                                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 16
Andrews call for debate on slashing immigration / Misha Schubert / The Age / 11/12/2009 p. 3 /                                CIS v. 110(1)p. 15


Immigration and Emigration - Policy
Immigration debate calls for skilful analysis / / Courier Mail / 30/10/2010 p. 70 / Editorial                                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 26
Refugees to 'harm' kids' education / Mark Schliebs / Australian / 20/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 20
Labor is creating its own crisis in refugee policy / / Australian / 20/10/2010 p. 13 / Editorial                                CIS v. 110(17)p. 19
Asylum overhaul to free children / Emma Chalmers / Courier Mail / 19/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 19
It's need that matters on population: Burke / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 11/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(18)p. 26
Desperate students may seek refugee visas / Julie Hare and Bernard Lane / Australian / 29/09/2010 p. 23 / News Item             CIS v. 110(16)p. 21
Concern at xenophobia / / Australian Financial Review / 24/09/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(16)p. 22
Villawood crisis caused by misguided policies / Brian Haill and Marilyn Shepherd / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 14 / Letters
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(16)p. 22
Final deadly act of a truly desperate man / Alison Rehn and Nathan Klein / Daily Telegraph / 21/09/2010 p. 2 / News Item        CIS v. 110(16)p. 21
Fleeing war to a hotbed of paranoia. / Patrick McGorry / The Age / 23/07/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(12)p. 24
Julia, feeble me-tooing on boatpeople won't work. / Philip Ruddock / Australian / 22/07/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(12)p. 23
Refugees face dangerous limbo as we slam the door on Afghans. / Jill Singer / Herald Sun / 22/07/2010 p. 34 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(12)p. 22
UN asks Labor why fewer Afghan claims accepted. / Michael Gordon / The Age / 19/07/2010 p. 3 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(12)p. 21
Growth at risk from PM's populist pledge. / Michael Stutchbury / Australian / 29/06/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(11)p. 16
Calls to resist harsh policies. / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 25/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(11)p. 22
Teams to tackle migrant debate. / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 17/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 15
Boat arrivals are a drop in the ocean. / Rachel Ball / The Age / 7/06/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
We need to use this crisis to do more for overseas students / Michael Spence / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/02/2010 p. 19 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(3)p. 18
International education needs fixing / Stephen Connolly / The Age / 10/02/2010 p. 21 /                                          CIS v. 110(3)p. 17
Sudden rule changes cause damage to real people / Nicholas Tebbey / Sydney Morning Herald / 10/02/2010 p. 12 / Letter           CIS v. 110(3)p. 11
Shutting migration's back door / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 13 /                                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 13
Sorting out the skills set. Don't lose sight of the big picture on migration / / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 12 / Editorial       CIS v. 110(3)p. 14
The best and brightest to be given priority / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 7 /                                       CIS v. 110(3)p. 11
Migrant list to reflect 22 key work areas / Joanna Mather / Financial Review / 9/02/2010 p. 8 /                                 CIS v. 110(3)p. 14
Breaking nexus of greed and need / Nick O'Malley / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/02/2010 p. 6 /                                     CIS v. 110(3)p. 12
Australia needs migrants with the right skills / / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                        CIS v. 110(3)p. 12
Law send students into panic over hazy future / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 2 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 17
Populate and we will perish / Barry Cohen / Australian / 2/02/2010 p. 12 /                                                      CIS v. 110(2)p. 20
Growth is good when managed well / Scott Morrison / Australian / 22/01/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                     CIS v. 110(2)p. 15


Immigration Detention Centres
Officials grapple with biggest boatloads yet / Lanai Vasek and Sallie Don / Australian / 18/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item              CIS v. 110(19)p. 14
High Court sinks PM's boat policy / Michael Gordon and Yuko Narushima / The Age / 12/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 15
Onshore detention centres now bursting at the seams / Lanai Vasek / Australian / 9/11/2010 p. 2 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(19)p. 13
Public protests over 81 new asylum seekers / Mark Dodd / Australian / 8/11/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(19)p. 13
Curtin 'hellhole' to be reopened / Amanda O'Brien and Jodi Minus / Australian / 19/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(6)p. 26
Crowding, monotony on Christmas Island / Paige Taylor / Australian / 19/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
Detainee visiting rights forged / Yuko Narushima / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 21
Next stop, the mainland / Ian McPhedran / Advertiser / 5/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 21
Detention crowding eases / Paige Taylor and Paul Maley / Australian / 4/02/2010 p. 5 /                                            CIS v. 110(2)p. 18
Call to abandon 'factories for mental illness' / Adam Cresswell and Mark Dodd / Australian / 26/01/2010 p. 5 /                    CIS v. 110(2)p. 18
Fine words but no action on Christmas Island / Linda Briskman, / Australian / 25/01/2010 p. 12 /                                  CIS v. 110(2)p. 17

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In Vitro Fertilisation
Strict curbs must for IVF / Susie O'Brien / Herald Sun / 11/05/2010 p. 26 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(8)p. 13
Rush to IVF judgement / Katie Bice / Herald Sun / 5/05/2010 p. 18 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(8)p. 14
Indian IVF bill may stop gay couple surrogacy / Matt Wade and Conrad Walters / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/04/2010 p. 3 / News Item
                                                                                                                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 25


Income
Welfare quarantining net to widen. / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 22/06/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(11)p. 25
Breaking the vicious cycle of welfare dependency. / Jenny Macklin / Australian / 21/06/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(11)p. 26


Industrial Health and Safety
We must be vigilant about miners' safety / / Courier Mail / 22/11/2010 p. 24 / Editorial                                          CIS v. 110(20)p. 16
What price a safe workplace? / John Sutton, / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                  CIS v. 110(20)p. 15
The new Hungry Mile- Depression-era conditions return / Paul Bibby / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item           CIS v. 110(19)p. 29
Minister could be prosecuted / Imre Salusinszky / Australian / 16/02/2010 p. 4 /                                                  CIS v. 110(3)p. 16
'No evidence' of bastardisation / / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 5 /                                                            CIS v. 110(3)p. 6
Employers have failed to help victims of workplace bullying / Evelyn Field / The Age / 12/02/2010 p. 19 /                         CIS v. 110(3)p. 4
Culture of bullying 'will last for years' / Louise Hall / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/02/2010 p. 5 /                               CIS v. 110(3)p. 6
Garrett admits warnings on failure in insulation scheme / Nicola Berkovic and Amanda O'Brien / Australian / 12/02/2010 p. 1 /     CIS v. 110(3)p. 15
Mitch's death haunts home owner / Sarah Elks and Natasha Bita / Australian / 12/02/2010 p. 1 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 16
Hefty fines on Brodie's tormenters warn bullies / Steve Butcher / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 1 /                                      CIS v. 110(3)p. 3


Industrial Relations
A hole in the safety net. / Mark Wooden / Australian Financial Review / 9/06/2010 p. 62 / Opinion                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
Freeze over, minimum wage up by $26 a week. / Ben Schneiders and Misha Schubert / The Age / 4/06/2010 p. 7 / News Item            CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Fairness back in focus. / Ben Schneiders / The Age / 4/06/2010 p. 7 / Opinion                                                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 29


Intellectual Property
Agency queries plain-pack legality / Mark Metherell / The Age / 23/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(19)p. 24
Legal experts back Canberra / Nicola Berkovic / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(7)p. 19


International Students
Desperate students may seek refugee visas / Julie Hare and Bernard Lane / Australian / 29/09/2010 p. 23 / News Item             CIS v. 110(16)p. 21
We need to use this crisis to do more for overseas students / Michael Spence / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/02/2010 p. 19 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(3)p. 18
International education needs fixing / Stephen Connolly / The Age / 10/02/2010 p. 21 /                                          CIS v. 110(3)p. 17
Shutting migration's back door / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 13 /                                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 13
Sorting out the skills set. Don't lose sight of the big picture on migration / / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 12 / Editorial       CIS v. 110(3)p. 14
The best and brightest to be given priority / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 7 /                                       CIS v. 110(3)p. 11
Breaking nexus of greed and need / Nick O'Malley / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/02/2010 p. 6 /                                     CIS v. 110(3)p. 12
Victoria 'failing' to protect Indians / Milanda Rout / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 2 /                                            CIS v. 110(3)p. 24
Australia needs migrants with the right skills / / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                        CIS v. 110(3)p. 12
Law send students into panic over hazy future / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 2 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 17
Indian relations: a golden opportunity / Robin Jeffrey / Financial Review / 8/02/2010 p. 55 /                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 26
In denial over a deep vein of hate / Nick O'Malley and Matt Wade / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/02/2010 p. 5 /                     CIS v. 110(3)p. 23


Internet
Net tsar to issue clean-up orders / Jamie Walker / Weekend Australian / 27/02/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(4)p. 17
What's on your mind? The ugly face of social networking sites / Stephen Lunn / Weekend Australian / 27/02/2010 p. 5 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 18
Censorship is alive in the free world / Rebecca Mackinnon / The Age / 16/01/2010 p. 7 /                                         CIS v. 110(1)p. 4
Attempt to censor net porn, violence / Mitchell Bingemann / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/12/2009 p. 5 /                           CIS v. 110(1)p. 3


Internet and Adolescents
Net nannies take on the freedom fighters / Ari Sharp / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 5
Cyber-safety plan tackles online bullying in schools / Scott Hannaford / Canberra Times / 11/02/2010 p. 5 /                       CIS v. 110(3)p. 5


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Islam
Witness must take off burqa. / Angie Raphael / The Age / 20/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(14)p. 29
Witness will yield to nikab decision. / Nicolas Perpitch / Australian / 20/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(14)p. 29
Burqa defenders' paradox of injustice. / Ruby Hamad / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/08/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(14)p. 30
Islam is not on trial in judge's burqa ruling. / Fleur Johns and Jacqueline Mowbray / The Age / 10/08/2010 p. 11 / Opinion        CIS v. 110(13)p. 28
Islamic court rule on burqa rejected. / Angie Raphael / The Age / 6/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(13)p. 27
Have we escaped our past? / Robert Manne / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 7 Insight / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(10)p. 20
South Park gag makes a mockery of freedom of expression / Janet Albrechtson / Australian / 5/05/2010 p. 16 / Opinion              CIS v. 110(7)p. 3
Mohammed censorship no joke / Alvaro Vargas Llosa / Australian / 29/04/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(7)p. 4
South Park skit has 'bad intention' / / Canberra Times / 24/04/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(7)p. 3


Islam and politics
Obama 'disconnected' on 9/11 site mosque. / / Australian / 17/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(14)p. 19
Freedom upheld in Islamic centre case. / Alvaro Vargas Llosa / Australian / 16/08/2010 p. 10 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(14)p. 20
Obama backs Ground Zero mosque. / Simon Mann / Sunday Age / 15/08/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(14)p. 19
Don't ban the burqa. / Alexander Downer / Advertiser / 26/07/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                                                 CIS v. 110(12)p. 30
French MPs vote to ban veils in public. / Dave Clark / Canberra Times / 15/07/2010 p. 16 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(12)p. 29
French burka ban lifts veil of division / Emma-Kate Symons / Australian / 24/05/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(8)p. 29
What women wear is their business / Samah Hadid and Rayann Bekdache / The Age / 8/05/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 30
Rudd and Gillard disagree on burqa / Katharine Murphy / The Age / 8/05/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Burka ban a headache for a liberal society / Tim Soutphommasane / Australian / 1/05/2010 p. 6 / Opinion                           CIS v. 110(8)p. 29


Journalism
US leaks are in global interest / Josh Rosner / Canberra Times / 30/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(20)p. 29
Leaking 'frank assessments' a risk to peace / Libby Purves / Australian / 30/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(20)p. 30
A columnist's right to express offensive opinions / / Sunday Age / 30/10/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 14
Geoff Clark among Aborigines suing Bolt / Karl Quinn / The Age / 22/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(18)p. 14
Silenced in court / Chris Berg / Sunday Age / 3/10/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                                           CIS v. 110(18)p. 13


Justice
This public shaming is over the top. / Jill Singer / Herald Sun / 17/06/2010 p. 33 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(10)p. 12
ABC's actions appal lawyer. / Michael Stedman / Mercury (Hobart) / 14/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(10)p. 12
Death case ends in a community service term. / Robyn Ironside and Tristan Swanwick / Courier Mail / 5/06/2010 p. 10 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(10)p. 11


Justice, Administration of
Justice found wanting for Dianne Brimble / / Advertiser / 30/04/2010 p. 22 / Editorial                                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 16
Let justice prevail / Tory Shepherd / Advertiser / 28/04/2010 p. 25 / Feature article                                             CIS v. 110(7)p. 15
It might be legal, but not just / Madonna King / Courier Mail / 24/04/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(7)p. 16


Juvenile Delinquency
Judge wants reform to save young offenders / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/10/2010 p. 2 / News Item          CIS v. 110(18)p. 19
Helping hand, not a heavy one, needed to address juvenile crime / Mark Marien / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/10/2010 p. 17 / Opinion
                                                                                                                             CIS v. 110(18)p. 20
Rap on the knuckles. Teen girls get off lightly / Robyn Ironside / Courier Mail / 13/01/2010 p. 7 /                          CIS v. 110(1)p. 29
Teen girls as bad as boys / Janelle Miles / Courier Mail / 12/01/2010 p. 2 /                                                 CIS v. 110(1)p. 30
Surge in violence blamed on fight sites / Robyn Ironside / Courier Mail / 12/01/2010 p. 1 /                                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 30


Law Enforcement
Tasers should be last-resort option / / Canberra Times / 7/10/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                              CIS v. 110(16)p. 18
Police work on national Taser guidelines / Natasha Bita / Australian / 7/10/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(16)p. 17
Shock and law raises fears of abuse / Dylan Welch and Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item       CIS v. 110(16)p. 18
Police used Taser 13 times on unarmed man / / The Age / 5/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(16)p. 17
Pursuing a duty of care / Andrew Hopkins / Canberra Times / 23/03/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(6)p. 16
Calls to suspend police chases are premature, Corbell says / David Stockman / Canberra Times / 23/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item        CIS v. 110(6)p. 15


Literacy
P&C group demands changes to MySchool. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 7/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(15)p. 27
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NAPLAN tests fury unleashed. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 22/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(14)p. 23
Principals spell out NAPLAN concerns. / Candice Keller / Advertiser / 11/06/2010 p. 33 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(10)p. 9
Principals face the sack if test results don't improve. / Dan Harrison / The Age / 11/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                CIS v. 110(10)p. 9
Syllabus confused on place of phonics. / Justine Ferrari / Australian / 7/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(10)p. 5
Emails dumbing us down / Simon Kearney / Sunday Mail (SA) / 16/05/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(8)p. 28
Indigenous students are six years behind in literacy and numeracy, report says / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/04/2010 p. 3 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(7)p. 1
Hard road for indigenous boarders / Lex Hall / Australian / 29/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(7)p. 1
Testing time for teachers / / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/01/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 26
Ban on testing 'no solution' / Milanda Rout / Australian / 20/01/2010 p. 4 /                                                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 26
Scrutiny on teachers / / Canberra Times / 20/01/2010 p. 10 / Editorial                                                        CIS v. 110(1)p. 25
Teachers plan test boycott over league table fears / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/01/2010 p. 5 /                   CIS v. 110(1)p. 25


Mass Media
The secret lives of U.S. / Marshall Brain and Carly Crawford / Advertiser / 1/12/2010 p. 25 / Feature article                     CIS v. 110(20)p. 27
US leaks are in global interest / Josh Rosner / Canberra Times / 30/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(20)p. 29
Ignore the scaremongering, WikiLeaks are of global interest / Simon Jenkins / The Age / 30/11/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(20)p. 28
Leaks give useful picture of policy / / Canberra Times / 30/11/2010 p. 10 / Editorial                                             CIS v. 110(20)p. 29
Leaking 'frank assessments' a risk to peace / Libby Purves / Australian / 30/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(20)p. 30
Under the influence of reportage / Frances Stewart / Sunday Canberra Times / 21/11/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                           CIS v. 110(20)p. 11
Wanted: leading ladies / Jenny Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2010 p. 4 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(20)p. 25
Time is right to broach suicide taboo. / / Advertiser / 24/07/2010 p. 70 / Editorial                                              CIS v. 110(12)p. 28
Coroner calls for publication of suicide toll in newspapers. / Pia Akerman / Australian / 22/07/2010 p. 3 / News Item             CIS v. 110(12)p. 28
Open debate on suicide, says Coroner. / Miles Kemp / Advertiser / 21/07/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(12)p. 27
Outdated Seven fails on public interest. / David Marr / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 22


Medical Care
MacKillop cancer prayers 'betray a false thinking' / / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/10/2010 p. 2 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(17)p. 21
Life and death incisions: kidney trade comes at a high price for both sides / Tom Reilly / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 24
10,000 people waiting for a kidney / / Advertiser / 24/02/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 23
Medico support for organ donor funds / / Herald Sun / 22/02/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 23
Organ cash doubts / Laurie Nowell and Brigid O'Connell / Herald Sun / 21/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 23


Medical Care - Policy
Please take a number / Karen Kissane / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/09/2010 p. 8 / Feature article                                  CIS v. 110(17)p. 13


Medical Ethics
Strict curbs must for IVF / Susie O'Brien / Herald Sun / 11/05/2010 p. 26 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(8)p. 13
Life and death incisions: kidney trade comes at a high price for both sides / Tom Reilly / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 24
Medico support for organ donor funds / / Herald Sun / 22/02/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 23
Organ cash doubts / Laurie Nowell and Brigid O'Connell / Herald Sun / 21/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 23


Mental Health
Students struck by high anxiety / Sarah-Jane Collins / The Age / 30/11/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(20)p. 17
Mentally ill need help after ALP's first term failure / David Cappo / Australian / 5/10/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 18
Safe havens for mentally ill would protect the whole community. / Rory Gibson / Courier Mail / 9/08/2010 p. 20 / News Item        CIS v. 110(13)p. 14
Still too many gaps. / Sebastian Rosenberg / Canberra Times / 30/07/2010 p. 23 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(13)p. 13
Demand for action on mental health. / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 22/06/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 14
Playing can be a killer / Laurie Nowell / Herald Sun / 2/05/2010 p. 22 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(7)p. 12
Mental health chief walks. / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 20/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(11)p. 13


Mental Health - Policy
Lives blighted by an unhealthy mindset / Patrick McGorry / Weekend Australian / 9/10/2010 p. 6 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(17)p. 15
Mentally ill need help after ALP's first term failure / David Cappo / Australian / 5/10/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 18
Safe havens for mentally ill would protect the whole community. / Rory Gibson / Courier Mail / 9/08/2010 p. 20 / News Item        CIS v. 110(13)p. 14
Still too many gaps. / Sebastian Rosenberg / Canberra Times / 30/07/2010 p. 23 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(13)p. 13
Demand for action on mental health. / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 22/06/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 14
Mental health chief walks. / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 20/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(11)p. 13
Not a fit state of mind / Lesley Russell / Canberra Times / 18/05/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(8)p. 16

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Budget has ignored a significant health need / Nick O'Connor and Victor Storm / Sydney Morning Herald / 14/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion CIS v.
110(8)p. 15
Let's invest in mental health now / Graham Burrows / Herald Sun / 13/05/2010 p. 31 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 15


Mines and Mineral Resources
Nothing fair about this tax. / Athol Fitzgibbons / Australian / 15/06/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 26
We stand by meekly as the rich greedily assert their power. / Clive Hamilton / The Age / 14/06/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(6)p. 25


Multiculturalism
We need a real debate on how big we want to be. / / Australian / 20/07/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                      CIS v. 110(12)p. 20
Refugees an investment in our future. / Grace Portolesi / Advertiser / 22/06/2010 p. 20 / Opinion                                  CIS v. 110(11)p. 22
In his blood.... / Michael Short / The Age / 21/06/2010 p. 9 / Feature article                                                     CIS v. 110(11)p. 21
Have we escaped our past? / Tanveer Ahmed / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 7 Insight / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(10)p. 20
No cultural compromise on women's rights / Sall Forest, / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 8 / Letters                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Sexist migrants create legal problem / Joel Gibson / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
When laws clash with culture / James Spigelman / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/04/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
In denial over a deep vein of hate / Nick O'Malley and Matt Wade / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/02/2010 p. 5 /                        CIS v. 110(3)p. 23
A day that calls for pride and tolerance / Harry Douglas and Alexander Corne / Australian / 26/01/2010 p. 13 / Letters             CIS v. 110(2)p. 5


Nanotechnology
Regulation only skin deep / Lee Rhiannon / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 17 / Feature article                                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 10


Nuclear Weapons
Nuclear threat cannot be ignored. / Gareth Evans / Australian / 11/08/2010 p. 10 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(13)p. 16
Without a global ban, nuclear conflict is only a matter of time. / Malcolm Fraser / The Age / 6/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion            CIS v. 110(13)p. 15
The bomb squad / Daniel Flitton / The Age / 16/12/2009 p. 17 /                                                                     CIS v. 110(1)p. 17


Numeracy
P&C group demands changes to MySchool. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 7/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(15)p. 27
NAPLAN tests fury unleashed. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 22/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(14)p. 23
Principals spell out NAPLAN concerns. / Candice Keller / Advertiser / 11/06/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(10)p. 9


Nutrition
Pizza Hut agrees to a big slice in salt levels. / John Rolfe / Daily Telegraph / 19/08/2010 p. 2 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(14)p. 10
Sunk by a big fat sub: But the facts stay hidden. / John Rolfe and Nic Christensen / Daily Telegraph / 14/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item
                                                                                                                                  CIS v. 110(14)p. 9
Good food trend spreads / Peter Roberts / Financial Review / 28/04/2010 p. 61 / Feature article                                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 11
For the sake of our kids, schools must get cooking / Tory Maguire / Courier Mail / 13/04/2010 p. 23 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 9
Healthy food not so great for the wallet, study finds / Amy Corderoy / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/04/2010 p. 3 / News Item        CIS v. 110(6)p. 9


Obesity
Should junk food advertising to children be banned? / Kate Carnell, Clare Collins, / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion         CIS
v. 110(19)p. 1
Heavyweight campaigns failing children / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
Experts weigh in on junk food tax / Danny Rose / Canberra Times / 18/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
Ballooning success of capitalism is doing us a fat lot of good / Ross Gittins / The Age / 6/10/2010 p. 19 / Opinion             CIS v. 110(18)p. 21
Kids' coming of age carries obesity risk / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 15/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
Why a focus on larger models can be unhealthy. / Susie O'Brien / Advertiser / 21/08/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(14)p. 14
Life balance still not working. / Rachel Browne / Sunday Age / 1/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(13)p. 30
Put obese children into care, say experts. / Sarah Boseley / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/07/2010 p. 17 / News Item               CIS v. 110(12)p. 8
Realistic about obesity? Fat chance / / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Labor fails to tackle alcohol and junk-food giants / Mark Metherell / The Age / 13/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 19
Good food trend spreads / Peter Roberts / Financial Review / 28/04/2010 p. 61 / Feature article                                 CIS v. 110(8)p. 11
Obesity is now more deadly than smoking / Amy Corderoy / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Follow US lead and count the cost of calories / Bob Carr / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 10
First lady effective health lobbyist / Lesley Russell / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 9 /                                      CIS v. 110(3)p. 19
First lady joins fight to beat the bulge / / Canberra Times / 11/02/2010 p. 14 /                                                CIS v. 110(3)p. 19
Study points to gastric banding solution / Miles Godfrey / Canberra Times / 10/02/2010 p. 1 /                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 20


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Online Social Networks
Our new friendly addiction / Lucie van den Berg / Herald Sun / 21/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(18)p. 24
Digital deviants preying on young / Bruce McDougall / Daily Telegraph / 21/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 24
Social networking sites a boon for criminals intent on fraud / Nick McKenzie / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(18)p. 24
Face up to risks of social networks / Karen Brooks / Courier Mail / 13/10/2010 p. 30 / Opinion                                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 23
Why the net demands vigilance. / Tim Kitchen / The Age / 19/07/2010 p. 16 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(12)p. 18
Survey's cyber warning. / Mitchell Toy / Sunday Herald Sun / 18/07/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(12)p. 17
Young hit hard by net negatives. / Angela Harper / Courier Mail / 17/06/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 28
Net trap for teens: Hurt on anti-social website. / Edith Bevin / Daily Telegraph / 8/06/2010 p. 13 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 13
Sorting Facebook friends from foes. / Nigel Hunt / Sunday Mail (SA) / 6/06/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(10)p. 13
Facebook urged to ban teen tributes. / Natasha Bita / Australian / 5/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(10)p. 14
Facebook privacy one click away. / Cecilia King / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/05/2010 p. 6 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(9)p. 20
Founder defiant as site is tweaked. / Caitlin Fitzsimmons / Australian / 28/05/2010 p. 4 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(9)p. 20
Facebook improves privacy measures. / Glenn Chapman / Canberra Times / 25/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 19
Facebook caves in on privacy. / Lanai Vasek / Australian / 24/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(9)p. 19
Police must protect our kids online. / / Sunday Telegraph / 23/05/2010 p. 47 / Editorial                                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 18
How Facebook privacy can be an open book. / Neil Keene / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 29 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 17
Internet risk to children on rise. / Paul Millar / The Age / 21/05/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 18
How Facebook privacy can be an open book / Neil Keene / Daily Telegraph / 20/05/2010 p. 18 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 17
The etiquette of cyberspace is simple - there are no rules / Helen Razer / The Age / 17/05/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(8)p. 18
Calls to ward off website vandals / Robyn Ironside and Tanya Chilcott / Courier Mail / 27/02/2010 p. 15 / News Item             CIS v. 110(4)p. 17
Net tsar to issue clean-up orders / Jamie Walker / Weekend Australian / 27/02/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(4)p. 17
What's on your mind? The ugly face of social networking sites / Stephen Lunn / Weekend Australian / 27/02/2010 p. 5 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 18


Parent and Child
Opposing same-sex adoption is not bigoted. / Peter Kell / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(15)p. 2
Same-sex couples face injustice on adoption. / Verity Firth / syd / 1/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                                    CIS v. 110(15)p. 1
Put obese children into care, say experts. / Sarah Boseley / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/07/2010 p. 17 / News Item                CIS v. 110(12)p. 8
Couples get baby leave. / Michael Harvey / Herald Sun / 18/06/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(11)p. 3
Finally, parental leave a reality. / Misha Schubert / The Age / 18/06/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(11)p. 3
Parental leave sustains life balance. / / Advertiser / 18/06/2010 p. 4 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(11)p. 4
Kids not only ones going to extremes. / Lisa White / The Age / 16/06/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(10)p. 2
Empty pockets and wonky careers can provide a richer life / Damon Young / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 9


Patent - Law and Legislation
Humanity fights for ownership of its soul / Malcolm Turnbull / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 16


Patents - Law and Legislation
Biopirates plunder developing world's genetic diversity / Robin Powell / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 21 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 15


Piracy (Intellectual Property)
Content holders need to try to lighten up / Jacob Varghese / Weekend Australian Financial Review / 13/02/2010 p. 63 / Opinion    CIS v. 110(3)p. 8
At such prices it's no surprise people steal / Rebecca Giblin / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(3)p. 7
Today's question: Should film companies sue individuals who download movies illegally? / / Courier Mail / 5/02/2010 p. 33 /      CIS v. 110(3)p. 8


Pocket Knives
Weapons linked with the desire to feel safe. / Farah Farouque / The Age / 16/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(14)p. 15


Police
Tasers should be last-resort option / / Canberra Times / 7/10/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                              CIS v. 110(16)p. 18
Police work on national Taser guidelines / Natasha Bita / Australian / 7/10/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(16)p. 17
Shock and law raises fears of abuse / Dylan Welch and Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item CIS v. 110(16)p. 18
Police used Taser 13 times on unarmed man / / The Age / 5/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(16)p. 17
Police say they're blind to race, but that's not how Melbourne youth see it. / Michelle Grossman / The Age / 18/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                  CIS v. 110(14)p. 16
Pursuing a duty of care / Andrew Hopkins / Canberra Times / 23/03/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(6)p. 16
Calls to suspend police chases are premature, Corbell says / David Stockman / Canberra Times / 23/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item        CIS v. 110(6)p. 15
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Vic police chief admits racists in ranks / Chip Le Grand and Stuart Rintoul / Australian / 17/03/2010 p. 1 / Feature article        CIS v. 110(6)p. 18
Police reject Barns view on violence / Helen Kempton / Mercury (Hobart) / 3/03/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 17
Look in mirror, cop told / Helen Kempton / Mercury (Hobart) / 2/03/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 17
Privacy fears growing as police tighten national grip / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/01/2010 p. 2 /                CIS v. 110(1)p. 19


Political Parties
A chance to end the mindless allegiance of party discipline. / John Hirst / The Age / 25/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(14)p. 8


Political Parties - Finance
States addicted to gambling. / Nicola Berkovic / Australian / 24/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(11)p. 7


Pollution
Where there's smoke, there's fines / Grant McArthur / Herald Sun / 11/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(19)p. 22


Population
Immigration debate calls for skilful analysis / / Courier Mail / 30/10/2010 p. 70 / Editorial                                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 26
Births, not migration, favoured / Natasha Rudra / Canberra Times / 27/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(18)p. 25
Children are gifts, and not burdens / / Canberra Times / 14/10/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                         CIS v. 110(18)p. 25
It's need that matters on population: Burke / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 11/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(18)p. 26
Company chiefs slam confused population debate. / Ben Butler / The Age / 6/08/2010 p. 5 Business / News Item                  CIS v. 110(13)p. 18
The politics of population. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/08/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                           CIS v. 110(13)p. 18
Big Australia vision goes down like a lead balloon. / Jennie Curtin / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item      CIS v. 110(13)p. 17
Politicians, business 'misread' mood against a big Australia. / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 26/07/2010 p. 6 / News Item       CIS v. 110(12)p. 16
Abbott's migrant cap critisis / Jacob Saulwick / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/07/2010 p. 9 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(12)p. 16
No entry: Abbott to shut the gate on 130,000 migrants a year. / Simon Kearney / Sunday Mail (SA) / 25/07/2010 p. 1 /          CIS v. 110(12)p. 15
...and fewer migrants are on the way, anyway. / Geoff Winestock / Weekend Australian Financial Review / 24/07/2010 p. 29 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(12)p. 14
No need to cut immigration: Swan. / Michaela Whitbourn / Australian Financial Review / 23/07/2010 p. 10 / News Item           CIS v. 110(12)p. 13
Premiers welcome more migrants. / Mathew Dunckley, / Australian Financial Review / 23/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item               CIS v. 110(12)p. 14
It's time to be open about our population. / / Courier Mail / 22/07/2010 p. 36 / Editorial                                    CIS v. 110(12)p. 20
Growing apart. / Miles Kemp / Advertiser / 22/07/2010 p. 23 / Feature article                                                 CIS v. 110(12)p. 19
Gillard ducks on migrant intake. / Phillip Coorey / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/07/2010 p. 1 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(12)p. 13
We need a real debate on how big we want to be. / / Australian / 20/07/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                 CIS v. 110(12)p. 20
Growth at risk from PM's populist pledge. / Michael Stutchbury / Australian / 29/06/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(11)p. 16
Gillard's big talk more a case of shift in emphasis. / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 28/06/2010 p. 3 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 15
New PM's shift on population. / Peter Martin and David Rood / The Age / 28/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(11)p. 15
Teams to tackle migrant debate. / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 17/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(10)p. 15
Millions more to live alone as population ages. / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item         CIS v. 110(10)p. 16
Economic slump hits population. / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 5/06/2010 p. 14 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(10)p. 15
Super-size population bad for our health / Marianne Betts / Herald Sun / 13/04/2010 p. 12 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 18
Housing shortfall likely to worsen / George Megalogenis / Australian / 29/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 13
Population growing at twice global average: ABS / Jacob Saulwick / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item        CIS v. 110(6)p. 18
So, is bigger really that much better? / Daniel Wills / Advertiser / 26/03/2010 p. 23 / Feature article                       CIS v. 110(6)p. 17
Our crowded houses / Callie Watson / Advertiser / 12/03/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 16
Populate and we will perish / Barry Cohen / Australian / 2/02/2010 p. 12 /                                                    CIS v. 110(2)p. 20
Expert urges new city to cope with population boom / Yuko Narushima / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/01/2010 p. 6 /               CIS v. 110(2)p. 19
No more than two kids per family / Elissa Doherty / Advertiser / 26/01/2010 p. 3 /                                            CIS v. 110(2)p. 19
Growth is good when managed well / Scott Morrison / Australian / 22/01/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 15
Migrants enrich our way of life / Julie Szego / The Age / 11/12/2009 p. 17 /                                                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 16
Andrews call for debate on slashing immigration / Misha Schubert / The Age / 11/12/2009 p. 3 /                                CIS v. 110(1)p. 15


Pornography
Men who hate porn / Kira Cochrane / The Age / 28/10/2010 p. 17 / Feature article                                                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 11
Net nannies take on the freedom fighters / Ari Sharp / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 5
The revolt against raunch / / Australian / 15/03/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                                             CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
Feminist anger at 'rape chic' / / Sunday Mail (SA) / 24/01/2010 p. 20 / News Item                                                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
MP chokes on box of prime-time pop porn / Renee Viellaris / Courier Mail / 23/01/2010 p. 31 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
Attempt to censor net porn, violence / Mitchell Bingemann / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/12/2009 p. 5 /                               CIS v. 110(1)p. 3
Internet filter gives mother some peace of mind / Mahesh Sharma / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/12/2009 p. 5 /                         CIS v. 110(1)p. 3


Poverty

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Job seekers in poverty as dole loses buying power / Josh Gordon / Sunday Age / 28/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(20)p. 8
New strategies needed in battle to survive / Jo Flanagan / Mercury (Hobart) / 21/10/2010 p. 18 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(20)p. 7
Hope amid hardship of life on poverty line / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 18/10/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(17)p. 11
Hidden but growing need changes face of poverty / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/10/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 11
Soaring rent fuel city's poverty crisis / Chris Vedelago / Sunday Age / 3/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(17)p. 12
Global cash crisis shifted focus from poverty goals. / Danny Rose / Canberra Times / 1/09/2010 p. 12 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(15)p. 20
A little enterprise goes a long way to ending third world poverty / Time Costello / Australian / 24/02/2010 p. 20 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(4)p. 19
Australia gives the world's poor little more than small change / Peter Singer / The Age / 18/02/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(4)p. 20
Aid workers say child smuggling rife in Haiti for years / Scott Hiaasen / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/02/2010 p. 7 / News Item        CIS v. 110(4)p. 3
Abbott backs away from Joyce on aid / Phillip Coorey / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 19
Haitian parents giving up kids to save them / / Australian / 5/02/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(4)p. 3


Prisons
Let justice prevail / Tory Shepherd / Advertiser / 28/04/2010 p. 25 / Feature article                                               CIS v. 110(7)p. 15
Don't condemn patients to park bench or prison / Vaughan J. Carr / Australian / 19/03/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(6)p. 20


Privacy, Right of
Plea for passengers to accept body scans / Ray Henry / Daily Telegraph / 24/11/2010 p. 32 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(20)p. 2
What is the price of naked indignity? / Kathleen Parker / Australian / 23/11/2010 p. 10 / Opinion                                  CIS v. 110(20)p. 1
Revealed: how the ALP keeps secret files on voters / Royce Millar and Nick McKenzie / The Age / 23/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item CIS v. 110(20)p. 19
No backdown on pat-downs / Brian Bennett / Courier Mail / 19/11/2010 p. 37 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(20)p. 1
Inside the cookie monster - trading your online data for profits / Nicky Phillips / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/10/2010 p. 1 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                   CIS v. 110(16)p. 19
Please take a number / Karen Kissane / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/09/2010 p. 8 / Feature article                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 13
Compulsory computer protection mooted. / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 23/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(11)p. 30
This public shaming is over the top. / Jill Singer / Herald Sun / 17/06/2010 p. 33 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(10)p. 12
CCTV is looking at you. / Evonne Barry / Herald Sun / 17/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
ABC's actions appal lawyer. / Michael Stedman / Mercury (Hobart) / 14/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(10)p. 12
Bullying unreported as young fear ban from net. / Adam Carey / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Big brother wants all your bits and bytes. / Dylan Welch / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Charges possible in Google Wi-Fi bungle. / Dylan Welch / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(10)p. 17
Google denies capturing banking details. / Fran Foo / Australian / 8/06/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 17
Police probe Google. / / The Age / 7/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 17
Sorting Facebook friends from foes. / Nigel Hunt / Sunday Mail (SA) / 6/06/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(10)p. 13
National HIV list. / / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 30/05/2010 p. 48 / Editorial                                                            CIS v. 110(9)p. 24
Facebook privacy one click away. / Cecilia King / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/05/2010 p. 6 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 20
Browsers beware - every search you make is on record. / Aditya Chakrabortty / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                   CIS v. 110(9)p. 23
E-health privacy concerns 'ignored'. / Paul Smith / Australian Financial Review / 25/05/2010 p. 2 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(9)p. 24
Facebook caves in on privacy. / Lanai Vasek / Australian / 24/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(9)p. 19
NSW MP apologises, Seven stands by story. / Adam Bennett and Matthew Moore / The Age / 22/05/2010 p. 12 / News Item                CIS v. 110(9)p. 21
Seven defends outing despite false claim. / Matthew Moore / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 11 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(9)p. 22
Outdated Seven fails on public interest. / David Marr / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(9)p. 22
How Facebook privacy can be an open book. / Neil Keene / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 29 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(9)p. 17
How Facebook privacy can be an open book / Neil Keene / Daily Telegraph / 20/05/2010 p. 18 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(8)p. 17
The etiquette of cyberspace is simple - there are no rules / Helen Razer / The Age / 17/05/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 18
Wider safety net to curtail bullies / Tuck Thompson / Courier Mail / 10/05/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(8)p. 2
Teenagers to get powers to fight 'sexting', bullying / Josh Gordon / Sunday Age / 9/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 1
Picture this: private space in the public sphere / Barbara McDonald / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion            CIS v. 110(6)p. 20
Sorry Lara, we have no right to privacy / Jessica Lake / The Age / 6/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 19
Privacy fears growing as police tighten national grip / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/01/2010 p. 2 /               CIS v. 110(1)p. 19
Secret police files given to desal firms / Paul Austin / The Age / 5/12/2009 p. 1 /                                                CIS v. 110(1)p. 20
Creepy. That's the secret files verdict / Royce Millar / The Age / 24/11/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(20)p. 20


Privacy, Right of - Law and Legislation
Picture this: private space in the public sphere / Barbara McDonald / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion             CIS v. 110(6)p. 20


Prostitution
Blame game on in girl-sex case / Sue Neales / Mercury (Hobart) / 9/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 6


Psychiatric Illness
Teens fear stigma of mental illnesses / Breanna Tucker / Canberra Times / 13/10/2010 p. 10 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(17)p. 16
Lives blighted by an unhealthy mindset / Patrick McGorry / Weekend Australian / 9/10/2010 p. 6 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(17)p. 15

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Psychiatric Illness - Care and Treatment
Mentally ill need help after ALP's first term failure / David Cappo / Australian / 5/10/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                   CIS v. 110(20)p. 18
Not a fit state of mind / Lesley Russell / Canberra Times / 18/05/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 16
Budget has ignored a significant health need / Nick O'Connor and Victor Storm / Sydney Morning Herald / 14/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(8)p. 15
Let's invest in mental health now / Graham Burrows / Herald Sun / 13/05/2010 p. 31 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 15
A man who begged for help dies / Tony Koch / Weekend Australian / 17/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 21
Mentally ill left waiting in wards / Gavin Lower / Weekend Australian / 17/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 19
PM accused of neglecting mental health / Sean Parnell / Australian / 15/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 19
Don't condemn patients to park bench or prison / Vaughan J. Carr / Australian / 19/03/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 20
No health without healthy beginnings / Ernest Hunter / Weekend Australian / 17/03/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 22
High cost of homeless in hospital / / Daily Telegraph / 17/02/2010 p. 15 /                                                     CIS v. 110(3)p. 21
Life in a house of hope / / Daily Telegraph / 17/02/2010 p. 15 /                                                               CIS v. 110(3)p. 22
Teen just one who can't get treatment / Richard Noone / Daily Telegraph / 16/02/2010 p. 4 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 22
When real answers only come in a crisis / Richard Noone / Daily Telegraph / 16/02/2010 p. 4 /                                  CIS v. 110(3)p. 22
The patients no one cares about / Richard Noone / Daily Telegraph / 16/02/2010 p. 4 /                                          CIS v. 110(3)p. 21


Public Health
Ballooning success of capitalism is doing us a fat lot of good / Ross Gittins / The Age / 6/10/2010 p. 19 / Opinion              CIS v. 110(18)p. 21
Kids' coming of age carries obesity risk / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 15/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
Global AIDS funding hit by economic crisis. / Ron Winslow / Australian / 20/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(12)p. 11
Cash gifts to young Africans reduce HIV transfer rates. / / Australian / 20/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(12)p. 11
Super-size population bad for our health / Marianne Betts / Herald Sun / 13/04/2010 p. 12 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 18
Disease looms as next killer / / Weekend Australian / 16/01/2010 p. 17 /                                                         CIS v. 110(1)p. 11


Public Health - Policy
No more covering it up: US smokes go graphic / / Australian / 12/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(19)p. 23
American smokers getting the picture / / Canberra Times / 12/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(19)p. 23
Smoke pall will clear mall / Sarah Vogler and Anna Caldwell / Courier Mail / 10/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(19)p. 21
Smoking ban row ignites / Nathan Mawby / Herald Sun / 9/11/2010 p. 15 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(19)p. 21
Taking a chance on HIV / Frances Stewart / Sunday Canberra Times / 31/10/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 18
Heavyweight campaigns failing children / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
Agency queries plain-pack legality / Mark Metherell / The Age / 23/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(19)p. 24
Experts weigh in on junk food tax / Danny Rose / Canberra Times / 18/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(18)p. 22
World set to follow Australian tobacco policy / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item             CIS v. 110(17)p. 26
Not time to ease up on vigilance about HIV / Levinia Crooks / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/10/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 17
Killing smokes / / Canberra Times / 12/10/2010 p. 8 / Editorial                                                                  CIS v. 110(17)p. 25
Radical proposal to cut our tobacco / Nino Bucci / Canberra Times / 11/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(17)p. 25
Plain truth deters teens from smoking / Amy Corderoy / The Age / 8/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(17)p. 26
HIV diagnoses highest since 1994 / Julie Medew / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(18)p. 17
Finally, a positive message for smokers sick of revulsion. / Ennis Cehic / The Age / 11/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(13)p. 25
Giving a positive smoke signal. / Marianne Betts / Herald Sun / 2/08/2010 p. 14 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(13)p. 25
National HIV list. / / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 30/05/2010 p. 48 / Editorial                                                          CIS v. 110(9)p. 24
E-health privacy concerns 'ignored'. / Paul Smith / Australian Financial Review / 25/05/2010 p. 2 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(9)p. 24
Realistic about obesity? Fat chance / / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Labor fails to tackle alcohol and junk-food giants / Mark Metherell / The Age / 13/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(8)p. 19
Tobacco looks at workaround / Carrie LaFrenz / Weekend Australian Financial Review / 1/05/2010 p. 25 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 19
Legal experts back Canberra / Nicola Berkovic / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(7)p. 19
Roxon ignored plea for nicotine patch subsidy / Lanai Vasek / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(7)p. 20
Tobacco 'tax grab' claims / Danielle Cronin and Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 30/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(7)p. 17
Tax increase is a breath of fresh air / / Canberra Times / 30/04/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                          CIS v. 110(7)p. 18
Rise and fall of cigarettes as society butts out / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 30/04/2010 p. 2 / Feature article               CIS v. 110(7)p. 18
A jab in the dark / Sushi Das and Bridie Smith / The Age / 29/04/2010 p. 15 / Feature article                                    CIS v. 110(7)p. 29
Parents opt out of childhood jabs / Clair Weaver / Sunday Tasmanian / 25/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(7)p. 30
Obesity is now more deadly than smoking / Amy Corderoy / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Tobacco industry to fight back on plain packaging. / Julie Robotham / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item        CIS v. 110(13)p. 26
Experience points excise-rise success / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(7)p. 20


Punishment
The killing fields / David Marr / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/10/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(18)p. 5
Putting the truth into sentencing / Geesche Jacobsen, Deborah Snow / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/10/2010 p. 9 / Opinion           CIS v. 110(18)p. 27
Majority oppose execution of drugs pair / Mark Davis / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(18)p. 4
Sentencing at last / Geoff Wilkinson / Herald Sun / 14/06/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                                                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 23
Sentencing ban is poor judgement / John Champion / The Age / 18/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 25
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Sentencing move sparks concerns / Reid Sexton / The Age / 15/05/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(8)p. 24
Brumby in backflip on sentencing / Reid Sexton / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(8)p. 21
Don't diminish courts' discretion in sentencing / / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 22
Real justice for criminals / / Herald Sun / 14/05/2010 p. 36 / Editorial                                                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 24


Racism
Admitting our racism problem is first step to a solution. / Emily Howie / The Age / 7/09/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(15)p. 26
French protest at Roma policies. / / The Age / 6/09/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                        CIS v. 110(15)p. 25
Gypsy backlash grows in Europe. / Nick Squires / The Age / 4/09/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(15)p. 25
Police say they're blind to race, but that's not how Melbourne youth see it. / Michelle Grossman / The Age / 18/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                 CIS v. 110(14)p. 16
Barefoot truth about bigotry. / Claire Harvey / Sunday Telegraph / 20/06/2010 p. 105 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 20
Dipper dodges AFL sack over racist gaffe. / Courtney Walsh / Weekend Australian / 19/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 18
Racist comments are out of bounds in any arena. / Martin Flanagan / The Age / 18/06/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(11)p. 20
Cannibal 'joke' just not funny. / Michael Warner and Aaron Langmaid / Herald Sun / 18/06/2010 p. 4 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 17
Brown hangs tough. / Wes Hosking / Herald Sun / 18/06/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                                      CIS v. 110(11)p. 17
Ignorance lies at the heart of 'innocent' racist gibes. / Sean Gorman / The Age / 18/06/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(11)p. 19
NRL has some work to do on reconciliation. / Tom Calma and Art Raiche / Australian / 17/06/2010 p. 13 / Letters                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 19
Tahu calls for action to fix code's culture of racism. / Brad Walter / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/06/2010 p. 23 / News Item      CIS v. 110(10)p. 19
Have we escaped our past? / Robert Manne / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 7 Insight / Opinion                                           CIS v. 110(10)p. 20
Have we escaped our past? / Tanveer Ahmed / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 7 Insight / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(10)p. 20
Issues of DNA and race taint justice / / The Age / 10/05/2010 p. 11 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(8)p. 4
DNA bungle jailed man / / Advertiser / 7/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                                               CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Vic police chief admits racists in ranks / Chip Le Grand and Stuart Rintoul / Australian / 17/03/2010 p. 1 / Feature article     CIS v. 110(6)p. 18
A few violent bigots do not make a racist state / John Brumby / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 12 /                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 25
Victoria 'failing' to protect Indians / Milanda Rout / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 2 /                                             CIS v. 110(3)p. 24
Indian relations: a golden opportunity / Robin Jeffrey / Financial Review / 8/02/2010 p. 55 /                                    CIS v. 110(3)p. 26
In denial over a deep vein of hate / Nick O'Malley and Matt Wade / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/02/2010 p. 5 /                      CIS v. 110(3)p. 23
Gangs threaten immigration stance: Abbott / Michelle Grattan / The Age / 23/01/2010 p. 1 /                                       CIS v. 110(2)p. 16
Overland admits Indians are targeted / Lauren Wilson / Australian / 21/01/2010 p. 2 /                                            CIS v. 110(1)p. 22
Cosgrove points to 'pockets of racism' / / Canberra Times / 20/01/2010 p. 3 /                                                    CIS v. 110(1)p. 22
Telco adviser turns anti-racist warrior / Andrew Trounson / Australian / 13/01/2010 p. 2 /                                       CIS v. 110(1)p. 22
Racism exists and Govt must lead the way / Vincent Zankin and Bruce Haigh / Canberra Times / 12/01/2010 p. 10 / Letters          CIS v. 110(1)p. 21
Indians tell of fear on the streets / Lauren Wilson / Weekend Australian / 9/01/2010 p. 2 /                                      CIS v. 110(1)p. 21


Rape
The real meaning of 'no' / Leslie Cannold / Sunday Age / 10/10/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 17
It's time footballers realised no really does mean no. / Beth Wilson / Sunday Age / 15/08/2010 p. 25 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(14)p. 18
Different set of standards for our sports stars. / Susie O'Brien / Advertiser / 14/08/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(14)p. 17
Appeal denied on DNA case / Ari Sharp / The Age / 19/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Issues of DNA and race taint justice / / The Age / 10/05/2010 p. 11 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(8)p. 4
DNA bungle jailed man / / Advertiser / 7/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                                                CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
Blind faith in rape evidence slammed / Milanda Rout / Australian / 7/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 3
DNA frees US man after 30 years / Thomas Sheeran / The Age / 7/05/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 4
Feminist anger at 'rape chic' / / Sunday Mail (SA) / 24/01/2010 p. 20 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 24


Rape - Law and Legislation
Rapists face more jail time. / Steve Butcher / The Age / 6/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(15)p. 29


Refugees
Officials grapple with biggest boatloads yet / Lanai Vasek and Sallie Don / Australian / 18/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item            CIS v. 110(19)p. 14
High Court sinks PM's boat policy / Michael Gordon and Yuko Narushima / The Age / 12/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(19)p. 15
A victory for basic rights / Julian Burnside / The Age / 12/11/2010 p. 19 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(19)p. 16
Onshore detention centres now bursting at the seams / Lanai Vasek / Australian / 9/11/2010 p. 2 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 13
Public protests over 81 new asylum seekers / Mark Dodd / Australian / 8/11/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(19)p. 13
Refugees to 'harm' kids' education / Mark Schliebs / Australian / 20/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 20
Labor is creating its own crisis in refugee policy / / Australian / 20/10/2010 p. 13 / Editorial                                CIS v. 110(17)p. 19
Asylum overhaul to free children / Emma Chalmers / Courier Mail / 19/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 19
Desperate students may seek refugee visas / Julie Hare and Bernard Lane / Australian / 29/09/2010 p. 23 / News Item             CIS v. 110(16)p. 21
Concern at xenophobia / / Australian Financial Review / 24/09/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(16)p. 22
Villawood crisis caused by misguided policies / Brian Haill and Marilyn Shepherd / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 14 / Letters
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(16)p. 22
Final deadly act of a truly desperate man / Alison Rehn and Nathan Klein / Daily Telegraph / 21/09/2010 p. 2 / News Item        CIS v. 110(16)p. 21
Company chiefs slam confused population debate. / Ben Butler / The Age / 6/08/2010 p. 5 Business / News Item                    CIS v. 110(13)p. 18
The politics of population. / / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/08/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                             CIS v. 110(13)p. 18
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Fleeing war to a hotbed of paranoia. / Patrick McGorry / The Age / 23/07/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(12)p. 24
Julia, feeble me-tooing on boatpeople won't work. / Philip Ruddock / Australian / 22/07/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(12)p. 23
Refugees face dangerous limbo as we slam the door on Afghans. / Jill Singer / Herald Sun / 22/07/2010 p. 34 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(12)p. 22
It's time to be open about our population. / / Courier Mail / 22/07/2010 p. 36 / Editorial                                          CIS v. 110(12)p. 20
Growing apart. / Miles Kemp / Advertiser / 22/07/2010 p. 23 / Feature article                                                       CIS v. 110(12)p. 19
UN asks Labor why fewer Afghan claims accepted. / Michael Gordon / The Age / 19/07/2010 p. 3 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(12)p. 21
Calls to resist harsh policies. / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 25/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(11)p. 22
Refugees an investment in our future. / Grace Portolesi / Advertiser / 22/06/2010 p. 20 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 22
In his blood.... / Michael Short / The Age / 21/06/2010 p. 9 / Feature article                                                      CIS v. 110(11)p. 21
Kyrgyzstan vows probe into deaths. / Tolkun Namatbayeva / The Age / 21/06/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(11)p. 12
UN says 400,000 Uzbecks have fled clashes. / Philip Pan / The Age / 19/06/2010 p. 20 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 11
400,000 flee bloody horror. / / Herald Sun / 19/06/2010 p. 40 / News Item                                                           CIS v. 110(11)p. 11
No support for those who jump the queue. / Bruce Baker, Graeme Smith, Marilyn Shepherd, / Daily Telegraph / 16/06/2010 p. 32 / Letters
                                                                                                                                    CIS v. 110(10)p. 22
Asylum freeze slows boats. / Tom Allard and Yuko Narushima / The Age / 16/06/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 23
Most prefer 'Pacific solution', poll finds. / Phillip Coorey and Yuko Narushima / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/06/2010 p. 4 / News Item
                                                                                                                                    CIS v. 110(10)p. 21
Boat arrivals are a drop in the ocean. / Rachel Ball / The Age / 7/06/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
Greens lash Rudd asylum policy. / Paul Maley / Australian / 3/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 28
Rudd changes tack on boats. / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 2/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(9)p. 28
Liberal anger at Abbott's refugee move. / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 28/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(9)p. 27
Mentally ill refugees 'can seek payments'. / Alicia Wood / The Age / 23/05/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(9)p. 26
Refugee boat milestone. / Ian McPhedran / Advertiser / 22/05/2010 p. 59 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(9)p. 25
Asylum-seeker clamp breaches treaties: lawyers / Michael Gordon / The Age / 22/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(9)p. 26
Boat numbers surge. / Paul Toohey / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 25
Curtin 'hellhole' to be reopened / Amanda O'Brien and Jodi Minus / Australian / 19/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 26
Crowding, monotony on Christmas Island / Paige Taylor / Australian / 19/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
Boat people unfazed by processing freeze / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 17/04/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
Refugee obligations violated / Michelle Foster / The Age / 13/04/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
'I will still go to Australia if I get the chance' / Tom Allard and Matt Wade / Sydney Morning Herald / 10/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item CIS v. 110(6)p. 23
Labor slams door on refugees / Phillip Coorey and Matt Wade / Sydney Morning Herald / 10/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 23
PM backtracks on boatpeople / Mark Dodd / Australian / 17/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 22
'We gambled our lives on trip' / Debbie Guest / Australian / 17/03/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 22
Detainee visiting rights forged / Yuko Narushima / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(6)p. 21
Next stop, the mainland / Ian McPhedran / Advertiser / 5/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 21
Detention crowding eases / Paige Taylor and Paul Maley / Australian / 4/02/2010 p. 5 /                                              CIS v. 110(2)p. 18
Call to abandon 'factories for mental illness' / Adam Cresswell and Mark Dodd / Australian / 26/01/2010 p. 5 /                      CIS v. 110(2)p. 18
Fine words but no action on Christmas Island / Linda Briskman, / Australian / 25/01/2010 p. 12 /                                    CIS v. 110(2)p. 17


Religion and Science
Sudden cancer cures 'biology, not God' / Adam Cresswell / Weekend Australian / 16/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(17)p. 21
Belief without proof is one thing but science is the only way to understand how the world works / Tory Shepherd / Advertiser / 12/10/2010 p. 18 /
Opinion                                                                                                                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 22
MacKillop cancer prayers 'betray a false thinking' / / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/10/2010 p. 2 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(17)p. 21


Religious Education
Chaplains in schools challenged. / Michael Bachelard / Sunday Age / 5/09/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(15)p. 28


Religious Freedom
Obama 'disconnected' on 9/11 site mosque. / / Australian / 17/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                              CIS v. 110(14)p. 19
Freedom upheld in Islamic centre case. / Alvaro Vargas Llosa / Australian / 16/08/2010 p. 10 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(14)p. 20
Obama backs Ground Zero mosque. / Simon Mann / Sunday Age / 15/08/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(14)p. 19


Republicanism
A bonny prince, but we deserve to be a republic / Chris Kenny / Australian / 21/01/2010 p. 12 /                                      CIS v. 110(1)p. 24
Past time to cut ties with the monarchy / George Williams / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/01/2010 p. 11 /                               CIS v. 110(1)p. 23
Visit fails to deter push for republic / James Madden / Australian / 20/01/2010 p. 6 /                                               CIS v. 110(1)p. 23


Road Safety
Roadside drug testing risks making our roads less safe. / Bill Bush / Canberra Times / 7/07/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(12)p. 10
Experts urge .02 booze limit / / Herald Sun / 16/03/2010 p. 20 / News Item                                                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Blood alcohol content not solo concern / / Courier Mail / 15/03/2010 p. 21 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Experts say 0.02 limit not needed / Natalie Gregg and James O'Loan / Courier Mail / 15/03/2010 p. 9 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 1

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Drink-drive check / Darrell Giles / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 14/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 1
We must wake up to ourselves / Rhys Haynes and Chelsea White / Daily Telegraph / 11/02/2010 p. 4 /                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 28
Face the real facts of P-plate fatalities / David Penberthy / Daily Telegraph / 10/02/2010 p. 28 /                                   CIS v. 110(3)p. 27
P-plater, 2 friends killed in smash / Britt Smith / Canberra Times / 8/02/2010 p. 3 /                                                CIS v. 110(3)p. 27


Rugby League
Sorry Raider hides with his tail between his legs / John-Paul Moloney / Canberra Times / 5/11/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 25
NRL has some work to do on reconciliation. / Tom Calma and Art Raiche / Australian / 17/06/2010 p. 13 / Letters                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 19
Tahu calls for action to fix code's culture of racism. / Brad Walter / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/06/2010 p. 23 / News Item          CIS v. 110(10)p. 19
A game of innocence lost / John Huxley / Sydney Morning Herald / 1/05/2010 p. 3 / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 23
Time for a royal commission to clean up rugby league / Tim Dick / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/04/2010 p. 7 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(7)p. 24
League's perfect storm / Andrew Stevenson and Ellie Harvey / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(7)p. 21
It's happened before - and it will happen again / Andrew Stevenson / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/04/2010 p. 1 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(7)p. 21


Same Sex Marriage
Marriage equality does not need a majority / Phil Radford and Margaret Morgan / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/11/2010 p. 14 / Letters
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(20)p. 22
Same-sex opposition 'prehistoric' / Stephen Lunn / Weekend Australian / 20/11/2010 p. 7 / Opinion                             CIS v. 110(20)p. 22
Gillard won't vow to back party on gay marriage / Sid Maher / Australian / 18/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(19)p. 18
Gay marriage must get the nod / Susie O'Brien / Herald Sun / 16/11/2010 p. 24 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(20)p. 21
Vowed to fight for recognition / Carol Nader / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/11/2010 p. 13 / Feature article                     CIS v. 110(19)p. 17
MP moves on gay marriage / / Advertiser / 27/10/2010 p. 18 / News Item                                                        CIS v. 110(19)p. 17
Gay weddings on hold in US. / / Canberra Times / 18/08/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(14)p. 22
After taking vows, gays debate the hetero trappings. / Julie Bindel / Sunday Age / 15/08/2010 p. 19 / News Item               CIS v. 110(14)p. 22
California to resume same-sex unions. / Rob Woollard / Canberra Times / 14/08/2010 p. 22 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(14)p. 21
Gay Marriage finds champion on the right. / Andrew Sullivan / Australian / 11/08/2010 p. 10 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(13)p. 20
Victory for gay marriage. / / Herald Sun / 6/08/2010 p. 53 / News Item                                                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 19
Californian judge overturns ban on gay marriage. / Robert Barnes and Sandhya Somashekhar / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(13)p. 19
Same-sex marriage a human rights issue. / Sarah Hanson-Young / Advertiser / 28/07/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(12)p. 25
Heterosexual marriage is the bedrock of society. / Bill Muehlenberg / Australian / 21/07/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(12)p. 26


Schoolies Week
Parents who just won't say 'no' to blame for schoolies scourge / Rebecca Wilson / Herald Sun / 25/11/2010 p. 38 / Opinion            CIS v. 110(20)p. 23
Alcohol control turns schoolies into goldmine / Tony Bartlett / Canberra Times / 27/11/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(20)p. 24


Schools
P&C group demands changes to MySchool. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 7/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(15)p. 27
Chaplains in schools challenged. / Michael Bachelard / Sunday Age / 5/09/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(15)p. 28
NAPLAN tests fury unleashed. / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 22/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(14)p. 23
Parents' class action: Educational negligence legal threat to teachers. / Candice Keller / Advertiser / 16/08/2010 p. 13 / News Item
                                                                                                                                    CIS v. 110(14)p. 23
Failing our kids. / Carly Hennessy / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 15/08/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(14)p. 24
Why the net demands vigilance. / Tim Kitchen / The Age / 19/07/2010 p. 16 / Opinion                                                 CIS v. 110(12)p. 18
Principals spell out NAPLAN concerns. / Candice Keller / Advertiser / 11/06/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 9
Report reveals 'perverse effects' of testing regime. / Tanya Chilcott / Courier Mail / 11/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 10
Principals face the sack if test results don't improve. / Dan Harrison / The Age / 11/06/2010 p. 3 / News Item                      CIS v. 110(10)p. 9
Curriculum too soft, say primary principals. / Justine Ferrari / Australian / 4/06/2010 p. 9 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(10)p. 5
Schools website huge hit / Bruce McDougall / Daily Telegraph / 30/01/2010 p. 13 /                                                   CIS v. 110(2)p. 21
There's more to learning than calculus / Ajeet Hansra / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 10 / Letter                              CIS v. 110(2)p. 22
League tables: Don't judge our pupils on one academic test / Mandi Sanders, Lynne Poleson, Annie Carment, / Weekend Australian / 30/01/2010 p. 10
/ Letters                                                                                                                           CIS v. 110(2)p. 22
Testing time for teachers / / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/01/2010 p. 12 / Editorial                                                  CIS v. 110(1)p. 26
Ban on testing 'no solution' / Milanda Rout / Australian / 20/01/2010 p. 4 /                                                        CIS v. 110(1)p. 26
Scrutiny on teachers / / Canberra Times / 20/01/2010 p. 10 / Editorial                                                              CIS v. 110(1)p. 25
Teachers plan test boycott over league table fears / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/01/2010 p. 5 /                         CIS v. 110(1)p. 25


Sentencing (Criminal Procedure)
Putting the truth into sentencing / Geesche Jacobsen, Deborah Snow / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/10/2010 p. 9 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(18)p. 27
Rapists face more jail time. / Steve Butcher / The Age / 6/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(15)p. 29
You be the judge: ideas sought on sentencing. / Maris Beck / Sunday Age / 29/08/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 30
Sentencing at last / Geoff Wilkinson / Herald Sun / 14/06/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                                                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 23


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Death case ends in a community service term. / Robyn Ironside and Tristan Swanwick / Courier Mail / 5/06/2010 p. 10 / News Item
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(10)p. 11
Sentencing ban is poor judgement / John Champion / The Age / 18/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 25
Sentencing move sparks concerns / Reid Sexton / The Age / 15/05/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(8)p. 24
Brumby in backflip on sentencing / Reid Sexton / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(8)p. 21
Don't diminish courts' discretion in sentencing / / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 22
Real justice for criminals / / Herald Sun / 14/05/2010 p. 36 / Editorial                                                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 24


Sex Crimes
The real meaning of 'no' / Leslie Cannold / Sunday Age / 10/10/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                                 CIS v. 110(17)p. 17
Fighting the grip of grog / Tim Dick / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(16)p. 5
Blind faith in rape evidence slammed / Milanda Rout / Australian / 7/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 3


Sex Education
Let's talk about sex / Lucy Baker / Canberra Times / 23/09/2010 p. 4 / Feature article                                              CIS v. 110(16)p. 25


Sex in Mass Media
The revolt against raunch / / Australian / 15/03/2010 p. 15 / Editorial                                                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
Feminists in anti-raunch-culture revolt / Rosemary Neill / Weekend Australian / 13/03/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 23
Music brings on aggro / Cheryl Critchley / Herald Sun / 8/03/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
Playing the rating game / Carol Nader / The Age / 27/02/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 5
Pre-teens target of raunchy website / Emily Power / Advertiser / 29/01/2010 p. 31 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
"If misogynists can only have their crass videos screened after 9pm it's no civil liberties body blow" / David Penberthy / Advertiser / 29/01/2010 p.
24 / Opinion                                                                                                                      CIS v. 110(6)p. 26
Feminist anger at 'rape chic' / / Sunday Mail (SA) / 24/01/2010 p. 20 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 24
MP chokes on box of prime-time pop porn / Renee Viellaris / Courier Mail / 23/01/2010 p. 31 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 25


Sexism
No cultural compromise on women's rights / Sall Forest, System.Linq.Enumerable+<SkipIterator>d__4d`1[System.String] / Sydney Morning Herald /
17/04/2010 p. 8 / Letters                                                                                                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Sexist migrants create legal problem / Joel Gibson / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
When laws clash with culture / James Spigelman / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/04/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 30


Sexism in Mass Media
Wanted: leading ladies / Jenny Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2010 p. 4 / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(20)p. 25


Sexual Behaviour
Concern as teens have sex with more partners / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 6/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
Teenage girls more sexually active than a decade ago / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item          CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
More teens having unsafe sex / Callie Watson / Advertiser / 6/10/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 23
Concern as teens have sex with more partners / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 6/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
Drunk and horny ignore safe sex / Frances Stewart / Canberra Times / 3/10/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
Let's talk about sex / Lucy Baker / Canberra Times / 23/09/2010 p. 4 / Feature article                                              CIS v. 110(16)p. 25
Teens risk rapid repeat pregnancies: study / / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/09/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 26
Virgin view is no help to women / Lauren Zwaans / Advertiser / 1/02/2010 p. 16 /                                                    CIS v. 110(2)p. 26
Guard your V-plates. Once lost, they're gone forever / Alexandra Adornetto / The Age / 31/01/2010 p. 17 /                           CIS v. 110(2)p. 25
Making a gift of yourself / Lauren Wilson / Australian / 28/01/2010 p. 12 /                                                         CIS v. 110(2)p. 24
Purely a personal call over virginity / Holly Byrnes / Daily Telegraph / 27/01/2010 p. 3 /                                          CIS v. 110(2)p. 26
'Hypocrite' Abbott panned for virginity stance / Michelle Grattan and Geoff Strong / The Age / 27/01/2010 p. 5 /                    CIS v. 110(2)p. 24
Liberal leader's virgin sex advice / / Mercury (Hobart) / 27/01/2010 p. 2 /                                                         CIS v. 110(2)p. 23


Sexual Harassment
Will sexual harassment at work ever be eliminated? / John Niland, Elizabeth Broderick, / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(19)p. 19
Sex claims spike after DJs shame / David Killick / Sunday Tasmanian / 24/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(19)p. 20
Time to desex the workplace / / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/10/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                           CIS v. 110(17)p. 23
Smart businesses will deal with the harassers / Anna McPhee and Julie Hayes / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/10/2010 p. 14 / Letters
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 24
Kristy's case 'will scare off victims' / Janet Fife-Yoemans / Advertiser / 19/10/2010 p. 13 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(17)p. 23

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Employers brace for wave of copycat sex claims / Paul Bibby and Eli Greenblat / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item CIS v.
110(17)p. 24
Finally, someone calls halt to the game. / Wendy Frew / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/08/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(13)p. 24
Why $37m is just wrong. / Rebecca Wilson / Herald Sun / 5/08/2010 p. 32 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(13)p. 23
DJs case will be a watershed. / Kate Lahey / The Age / 4/08/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(13)p. 22
Fraser-Kirk case a tipping point. / Catherine Fox / Australian Financial Review / 4/08/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(13)p. 24
Firm turned a blind eye, woman says. / Bellinda Kontominas / The Age / 3/08/2010 p. 1 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(13)p. 21
Women are no longer prepared to put up and shut up. / Trish Bolton / The Age / 22/06/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(11)p. 24
Mark this as an affair we will remember. / Ruth Williams / Sunday Age / 20/06/2010 p. 7 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(11)p. 23
Sex scandals are not on, corporate Australia warned. / Mary-Anne Toy / The Age / 19/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(11)p. 24
Wider safety net to curtail bullies / Tuck Thompson / Courier Mail / 10/05/2010 p. 25 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(8)p. 2
Teenagers to get powers to fight 'sexting', bullying / Josh Gordon / Sunday Age / 9/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(8)p. 1
Sorry Lara, we have no right to privacy / Jessica Lake / The Age / 6/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 19


Sexual Health
Let's talk about sex / Lucy Baker / Canberra Times / 23/09/2010 p. 4 / Feature article                                            CIS v. 110(16)p. 25


Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Taking a chance on HIV / Frances Stewart / Sunday Canberra Times / 31/10/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(18)p. 18
Not time to ease up on vigilance about HIV / Levinia Crooks / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/10/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 17
Concern as teens have sex with more partners / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 6/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
Teenage girls more sexually active than a decade ago / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item        CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
Concern as teens have sex with more partners / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 6/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
HIV diagnoses highest since 1994 / Julie Medew / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 17
Drunk and horny ignore safe sex / Frances Stewart / Canberra Times / 3/10/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 24
Gel succeeds in blocking AIDS. / / Australian / 21/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                                      CIS v. 110(12)p. 12
Cash gifts to young Africans reduce HIV transfer rates. / / Australian / 20/07/2010 p. 11 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(12)p. 11


Smoking
No more covering it up: US smokes go graphic / / Australian / 12/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(19)p. 23
American smokers getting the picture / / Canberra Times / 12/11/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(19)p. 23
Where there's smoke, there's fines / Grant McArthur / Herald Sun / 11/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 22
Smoke pall will clear mall / Sarah Vogler and Anna Caldwell / Courier Mail / 10/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(19)p. 21
Smoking ban makes little sense / Steve Price / Herald Sun / 9/11/2010 p. 23 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(19)p. 22
Smoking ban row ignites / Nathan Mawby / Herald Sun / 9/11/2010 p. 15 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(19)p. 21
Agency queries plain-pack legality / Mark Metherell / The Age / 23/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(19)p. 24
World set to follow Australian tobacco policy / Mark Metherell / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/10/2010 p. 9 / News Item              CIS v. 110(17)p. 26
Killing smokes / / Canberra Times / 12/10/2010 p. 8 / Editorial                                                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 25
Radical proposal to cut our tobacco / Nino Bucci / Canberra Times / 11/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 25
Plain truth deters teens from smoking / Amy Corderoy / The Age / 8/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(17)p. 26
Finally, a positive message for smokers sick of revulsion. / Ennis Cehic / The Age / 11/08/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                   CIS v. 110(13)p. 25
Tobacco industry to fight back on plain packaging. / Julie Robotham / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item         CIS v. 110(13)p. 26
Giving a positive smoke signal. / Marianne Betts / Herald Sun / 2/08/2010 p. 14 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(13)p. 25
Realistic about obesity? Fat chance / / The Age / 14/05/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                                    CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Labor fails to tackle alcohol and junk-food giants / Mark Metherell / The Age / 13/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 19
Tobacco looks at workaround / Carrie LaFrenz / Weekend Australian Financial Review / 1/05/2010 p. 25 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(7)p. 19
Calma to run indigenous push / / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                                         CIS v. 110(7)p. 20
Experience points excise-rise success / Adam Cresswell / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 20
Legal experts back Canberra / Nicola Berkovic / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(7)p. 19
Roxon ignored plea for nicotine patch subsidy / Lanai Vasek / Australian / 30/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 20
Tobacco 'tax grab' claims / Danielle Cronin and Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 30/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(7)p. 17
Tax increase is a breath of fresh air / / Canberra Times / 30/04/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                           CIS v. 110(7)p. 18
Rise and fall of cigarettes as society butts out / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 30/04/2010 p. 2 / Feature article                CIS v. 110(7)p. 18
Obesity is now more deadly than smoking / Amy Corderoy / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(8)p. 20


Social isolation
Plenty of people in the neighbourhood but we're home alone / Andrew Leigh / Australian / 30/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(18)p. 7
Lost inside our cultural ghettos / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/10/2010 p. 26 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(18)p. 9


Social Justice
We stand by meekly as the rich greedily assert their power. / Clive Hamilton / The Age / 14/06/2010 p. 15 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(6)p. 25



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Social Security
Job seekers in poverty as dole loses buying power / Josh Gordon / Sunday Age / 28/11/2010 p. 5 / News Item                     CIS v. 110(20)p. 8
New strategies needed in battle to survive / Jo Flanagan / Mercury (Hobart) / 21/10/2010 p. 18 / Opinion                       CIS v. 110(20)p. 7
Couples get baby leave. / Michael Harvey / Herald Sun / 18/06/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(11)p. 3
Finally, parental leave a reality. / Misha Schubert / The Age / 18/06/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 3
Parental leave sustains life balance. / / Advertiser / 18/06/2010 p. 4 / Editorial                                             CIS v. 110(11)p. 4
Under 30 and under the gun / Natasha Robinson and Paul Cleary / Australian / 26/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                       CIS v. 110(7)p. 28
Not a simple matter to move where the jobs are / Andrew Fraser / Weekend Australian / 24/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item              CIS v. 110(7)p. 28
Abbott's dole idea cops flak / / Mercury (Hobart) / 22/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(7)p. 27


Social Welfare
Welfare quarantining net to widen. / Yuko Narushima / The Age / 22/06/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 25
Breaking the vicious cycle of welfare dependency. / Jenny Macklin / Australian / 21/06/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 26
Tough time for welfare. / Samantha Healy / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 20/06/2010 p. 38 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(11)p. 25


Sports - Moral and Ethical Aspects
Intolerance out of bounds. / John Eales / Australian Financial Review / 24/05/2010 p. 50 / Opinion                             CIS v. 110(9)p. 13
A game of innocence lost / John Huxley / Sydney Morning Herald / 1/05/2010 p. 3 / Opinion                                      CIS v. 110(7)p. 23
Rules are rules and that's no joke / Malcolm Knox / Sydney Morning Herald / 1/05/2010 p. 7 / Opinion                           CIS v. 110(7)p. 22
Time for a royal commission to clean up rugby league / Tim Dick / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/04/2010 p. 7 / Opinion            CIS v. 110(7)p. 24
League's perfect storm / Andrew Stevenson and Ellie Harvey / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item               CIS v. 110(7)p. 21
It's happened before - and it will happen again / Andrew Stevenson / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/04/2010 p. 1 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(7)p. 21


Sports and State
Fighting by the rules. / Ben Buckley / The Age / 1/07/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                                   CIS v. 110(11)p. 28
Secret millions grease World Cup bid. / Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/06/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                             CIS v. 110(11)p. 27


Sportsmen and Sportswomen
Tackling a tough topic. / Nathan Mawby / Herald Sun / 23/08/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(14)p. 26
Teenage drug use opened gate, says Cousins. / Mike Sheahan / Advertiser / 21/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(14)p. 26
It's time footballers realised no really does mean no. / Beth Wilson / Sunday Age / 15/08/2010 p. 25 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(14)p. 18
Different set of standards for our sports stars. / Susie O'Brien / Advertiser / 14/08/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                     CIS v. 110(14)p. 17
Don't show drugs, Cousins urged. / Martin Blake / The Age / 12/08/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 9
Cousins is face of widely denied ills. / / The Age / 12/08/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                              CIS v. 110(13)p. 9
Ben divides nation again. / Stefan Gruenert / Herald Sun / 12/08/2010 p. 36 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(14)p. 25
Barefoot truth about bigotry. / Claire Harvey / Sunday Telegraph / 20/06/2010 p. 105 / Opinion                                 CIS v. 110(11)p. 20
Racist comments are out of bounds in any arena. / Martin Flanagan / The Age / 18/06/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(11)p. 20
NRL has some work to do on reconciliation. / Tom Calma and Art Raiche / Australian / 17/06/2010 p. 13 / Letters                CIS v. 110(10)p. 19
Tahu calls for action to fix code's culture of racism. / Brad Walter / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/06/2010 p. 23 / News Item    CIS v. 110(10)p. 19


Sportspeople
The price of a big night out / Chris Dutton / Canberra Times / 6/11/2010 p. 2 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(19)p. 26
Sorry Raider hides with his tail between his legs / John-Paul Moloney / Canberra Times / 5/11/2010 p. 2 / Opinion             CIS v. 110(19)p. 25
Intolerance out of bounds. / John Eales / Australian Financial Review / 24/05/2010 p. 50 / Opinion                            CIS v. 110(9)p. 13
Let's get this straight on sexuality. / Michael Ruffles / Canberra Times / 23/05/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(9)p. 14
Gay players get respect. / / Herald Sun / 22/05/2010 p. 30 / Editorial                                                        CIS v. 110(9)p. 11
Gay players endure abuse on sports field. / Peter Jean / Canberra Times / 21/05/2010 p. 7 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(9)p. 12
Vox Pop: Is Jason Akermanis right when he suggests any gay footballer would be better to stay "in the closet". / Sue Floyd, / Herald Sun /
21/05/2010 p. 34 / Opinion                                                                                                    CIS v. 110(9)p. 12
Stay in the closet. / Jason Akermanis / Herald Sun / 20/05/2010 p. 94 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(9)p. 11


Suicide
It's time to confront the deadliest demon of them all / Dan Haesler / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion         CIS v. 110(18)p. 29
Social media and mobiles require new response to teen cries for help / Kate Benson / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(18)p. 30
Call for action as indigenous suicide reaches crisis levels / Lanai Vasek / Weekend Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item    CIS v. 110(18)p. 30
Drop in gun suicides. / Gill Vowles / Mercury (Hobart) / 4/09/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(15)p. 22
Howard's gun legacy - 200 lives saved a year. / Peter Martin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item              CIS v. 110(15)p. 21
Guns buyback saved lives. / Peter Martin / The Age / 30/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(15)p. 22
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Time is right to broach suicide taboo. / / Advertiser / 24/07/2010 p. 70 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(12)p. 28
Coroner calls for publication of suicide toll in newspapers. / Pia Akerman / Australian / 22/07/2010 p. 3 / News Item              CIS v. 110(12)p. 28
Open debate on suicide, says Coroner. / Miles Kemp / Advertiser / 21/07/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(12)p. 27
Playing can be a killer / Laurie Nowell / Herald Sun / 2/05/2010 p. 22 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 12
Problem gamblers at breaking point / / The Age / 22/04/2010 p. 20 / Editorial                                                      CIS v. 110(7)p. 9


Suicide - Law and Legislation
Court grants elderly woman right to die. / / Advertiser / 18/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(11)p. 5
A good death: changes to assisted suicide law are not necessary / Gordon Brown / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/02/2010 p. 7 / Opinion
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(4)p. 16
Call to charge Nitschke 'aiding' suicide / Julia Medew / The Age / 19/02/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 15
Euthanasia - vast majority support change / Nell Francis / The Age / 19/02/2010 p. 10 / Letters                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 15
The death trap / Julia Medew / The Age / 15/02/2010 p. 9 / Feature article                                                    CIS v. 110(4)p. 13


Surrogate Mothers
Babies left in limbo as India struggles with demand for surrogacy / Matt Wade / Sydney Morning Herald / 1/05/2010 p. 16 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(7)p. 26
Indian IVF bill may stop gay couple surrogacy / Matt Wade and Conrad Walters / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/04/2010 p. 3 / News Item
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(7)p. 25


Taxation
States addicted to gambling. / Nicola Berkovic / Australian / 24/06/2010 p. 6 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(11)p. 7
Nothing fair about this tax. / Athol Fitzgibbons / Australian / 15/06/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(6)p. 26
We stand by meekly as the rich greedily assert their power. / Clive Hamilton / The Age / 14/06/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(6)p. 25
Tax breaks for older workers / David Uren / Australian / 22/01/2010 p. 1 /                                                         CIS v. 110(2)p. 3


Teachers
Parents' class action: Educational negligence legal threat to teachers. / Candice Keller / Advertiser / 16/08/2010 p. 13 / News Item
                                                                                                                                    CIS v. 110(14)p. 23
Quality teachers deserve reward. / / Australian / 25/05/2010 p. 13 / Editorial                                                      CIS v. 110(9)p. 29
What teachers want. / Ben Jensen / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/05/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                               CIS v. 110(9)p. 30
Teachers get no incentive to improve. / Justine Ferrari / Australian / 24/05/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(9)p. 29


Teachers - Training
Teacher quality not class size is school key / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 28


Teaching
Class sizes: what matters most is teaching them to think / / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/11/2010 p. 12 / Letters                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 28
ABCs of teaching / / Canberra Times / 16/11/2010 p. 8 / Editorial                                                                  CIS v. 110(19)p. 27
Smaller classes not the answer / Phillip Thomson / Canberra Times / 15/11/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 27
Teacher quality not class size is school key / Anna Patty / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2010 p. 3 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(19)p. 28


Technology - Social Aspects
Plenty of people in the neighbourhood but we're home alone / Andrew Leigh / Australian / 30/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                 CIS v. 110(18)p. 7
Lost inside our cultural ghettos / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/10/2010 p. 26 / Opinion                                CIS v. 110(18)p. 9
Social media and mobiles require new response to teen cries for help / Kate Benson / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                                   CIS v. 110(18)p. 30
Our new friendly addiction / Lucie van den Berg / Herald Sun / 21/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item                                         CIS v. 110(18)p. 24
Face up to risks of social networks / Karen Brooks / Courier Mail / 13/10/2010 p. 30 / Opinion                                     CIS v. 110(18)p. 23
Inside the cookie monster - trading your online data for profits / Nicky Phillips / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/10/2010 p. 1 / Feature article
                                                                                                                                   CIS v. 110(16)p. 19
NBN rollout should bypass cities: Forbes / Mitchell Bingemann and Glenda Korporaal / Australian / 29/09/2010 p. 6 / News Item CIS v. 110(16)p. 28
Quick on the uptake / / Australian Financial Review / 24/09/2010 p. 12 / Feature article                                           CIS v. 110(16)p. 7
The kids are all right: games get the OK / Donna St George / Canberra Times / 20/09/2010 p. 15 / Feature article                   CIS v. 110(16)p. 8
Broadband plan is smoke and mirrors / Peter J. Cox / Weekend Australian / 11/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(16)p. 27
Hear today, gone tomorrow. / Callie Watson / Advertiser / 24/08/2010 p. 15 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(14)p. 12
Hearing loss affects more teens in US. / / Canberra Times / 21/08/2010 p. 28 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(14)p. 11
Headphones blamed for rise in teen hearing loss. / Thomas Maugh / The Age / 19/08/2010 p. 18 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(14)p. 11
Lessons 'beat cyber filter'. / Mitchell Toy / Sunday Herald Sun / 8/08/2010 p. 33 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(13)p. 5
Coalition rejects internet filter. / Dylan Welch / The Age / 6/08/2010 p. 7 Election / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(13)p. 6
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Why the net demands vigilance. / Tim Kitchen / The Age / 19/07/2010 p. 16 / Opinion                                           CIS v. 110(12)p. 18
Filter debate pushed to the back burner. / Frances Stewart / Canberra Times / 18/07/2010 p. 31 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(12)p. 6
Survey's cyber warning. / Mitchell Toy / Sunday Herald Sun / 18/07/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(12)p. 17
Porn moves illegitimate. / Paul Syvret / Courier Mail / 13/07/2010 p. 23 / Opinion                                            CIS v. 110(12)p. 5
Spike in text-related disorders a concern. / Stephen Fenech and Sophie Elsworth / Courier Mail / 30/06/2010 p. 9 / News Item  CIS v. 110(11)p. 29
Voxpop: How many text messages do you send a day? / Fiona Pountney, Karin Landmayer, Merel Smith, / Advertiser / 30/06/2010 p. 21 / Opinion
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(11)p. 30
Compulsory computer protection mooted. / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 23/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(11)p. 30
CCTV is looking at you. / Evonne Barry / Herald Sun / 17/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Young hit hard by net negatives. / Angela Harper / Courier Mail / 17/06/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 28
Bullying unreported as young fear ban from net. / Adam Carey / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Big brother wants all your bits and bytes. / Dylan Welch / The Age / 12/06/2010 p. 11 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(10)p. 18
Charges possible in Google Wi-Fi bungle. / Dylan Welch / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                  CIS v. 110(10)p. 17
Google denies capturing banking details. / Fran Foo / Australian / 8/06/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(10)p. 17
Police probe Google. / / The Age / 7/06/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                                                 CIS v. 110(10)p. 17
Kids lost to a virtual world. / Bruce McDougal / Daily Telegraph / 7/06/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 27
Browsers beware - every search you make is on record. / Aditya Chakrabortty / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/05/2010 p. 15 / Opinion
                                                                                                                              CIS v. 110(9)p. 23
E-health privacy concerns 'ignored'. / Paul Smith / Australian Financial Review / 25/05/2010 p. 2 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(9)p. 24
Now's the time for web stand / Callie Watson / Advertiser / 19/05/2010 p. 17 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(8)p. 28
Emails dumbing us down / Simon Kearney / Sunday Mail (SA) / 16/05/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                      CIS v. 110(8)p. 28
Family survives digital dark age / Megan Doherty / Sunday Canberra Times / 16/05/2010 p. 29 / Feature article                 CIS v. 110(8)p. 27
Wider safety net to curtail bullies / Tuck Thompson / Courier Mail / 10/05/2010 p. 25 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(8)p. 2
New technology sucks in punters / Laurie Nowell and James Campbell / Herald Sun / 2/05/2010 p. 22 / Feature article           CIS v. 110(7)p. 11
Pokie apps reckless: Xenophon / / Australian / 26/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                                    CIS v. 110(7)p. 9
Sorry Lara, we have no right to privacy / Jessica Lake / The Age / 6/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 19


Telecommunications - Policy
NBN rollout should bypass cities: Forbes / Mitchell Bingemann and Glenda Korporaal / Australian / 29/09/2010 p. 6 / News Item CIS v. 110(16)p. 28
Broadband plan is smoke and mirrors / Peter J. Cox / Weekend Australian / 11/09/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(16)p. 27


Television and Children
Wanted: leading ladies / Jenny Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2010 p. 4 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(20)p. 25
Should junk food advertising to children be banned? / Kate Carnell, Clare Collins, / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(19)p. 1


Television Programs - Social Aspects
Tackling a tough topic. / Nathan Mawby / Herald Sun / 23/08/2010 p. 25 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(14)p. 26
Ben divides nation again. / Stefan Gruenert, Herald Sun / 12/08/2010 p. 36 / Opinion                                              CIS v. 110(14)p. 25


Terrorism
'We must stay to help defeat terror' / Julia Gillard / Australian / 20/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(17)p. 29
'Winning hearts and mind a priority' / Tony Abbott / Australian / 20/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(17)p. 30
Resilience the key to fighting terrorism / Sam Roggeveen / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(4)p. 22
A calmer strategy against terrorism / / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/02/2010 p. 10 / Editorial                                 CIS v. 110(4)p. 22
Terrorist risks on the rise at home / Danielle Cronin / Canberra Times / 23/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(4)p. 21
What makes martyrs tick / Andrew Leigh / Financial Review / 19/01/2010 p. 46 /                                               CIS v. 110(1)p. 28
Terror threat levels raised after attack / Brad Norington / Australian / 28/12/2009 p. 1 /                                   CIS v. 110(1)p. 27
A sharp reminder of the ongoing terror threat. Lessons must be learned from a narrow escape / / Australian / 28/12/2009 p. 13 / Editorial
                                                                                                                             CIS v. 110(1)p. 27


Terrorism - Law and Legislation
Ex-judge throws the book at terror laws. / Ben Houston / Canberra Times / 11/06/2010 p. 9 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(10)p. 3
Muslim cleric faces deportation without justice. / James Eyers / Australian Financial Review / 4/06/2010 p. 24 / Opinion          CIS v. 110(10)p. 4


Town Planning
Gillard's big talk more a case of shift in emphasis. / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 28/06/2010 p. 3 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(11)p. 15


Traffic Accidents
Pursuing a duty of care / Andrew Hopkins / Canberra Times / 23/03/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                                             CIS v. 110(6)p. 16
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Calls to suspend police chases are premature, Corbell says / David Stockman / Canberra Times / 23/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item        CIS v. 110(6)p. 15


Transplantation of Organs, Tissues, Etc.
Life and death incisions: kidney trade comes at a high price for both sides / Tom Reilly / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 24
10,000 people waiting for a kidney / / Advertiser / 24/02/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 23
Medico support for organ donor funds / / Herald Sun / 22/02/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 23
Organ cash doubts / Laurie Nowell and Brigid O'Connell / Herald Sun / 21/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 23


Unemployment
Under 30 and under the gun / Natasha Robinson and Paul Cleary / Australian / 26/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(7)p. 28
Not a simple matter to move where the jobs are / Andrew Fraser / Weekend Australian / 24/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 28
Abbott's dole idea cops flak / / Mercury (Hobart) / 22/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                                   CIS v. 110(7)p. 27
Downturn lingers for teen job seekers / Ben Schneiders / The Age / 14/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(6)p. 27
Jobless rises hit most vulnerable / Ben Schneiders / The Age / 14/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(6)p. 27
Youth jobless still high / Emma Connors / Financial Review / 9/04/2010 p. 8 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(6)p. 28


Vaccination
A jab in the dark / Sushi Das and Bridie Smith / The Age / 29/04/2010 p. 15 / Feature article                                     CIS v. 110(7)p. 29
Parents opt out of childhood jabs / Clair Weaver / Sunday Tasmanian / 25/04/2010 p. 2 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 30


Victims of Crimes
Justice found wanting for Dianne Brimble / / Advertiser / 30/04/2010 p. 22 / Editorial                                            CIS v. 110(7)p. 16
It might be legal, but not just / Madonna King / Courier Mail / 24/04/2010 p. 28 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(7)p. 16
Bullying by girl, 8, deadly serious / Selma Milovanovic / The Age / 10/03/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(6)p. 6


Violence and Non-Violence
It is time to bottle the demon / Bruce Guthrie / Sunday Age / 14/11/2010 p. 5 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(20)p. 5
Push to close bars at midnight / Vanda Carson / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/09/2010 p. 1 / News Item                             CIS v. 110(16)p. 3
Fighting the grip of grog / Tim Dick / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                        CIS v. 110(16)p. 5
Less drinking ... less bloodshed / Tom Dusevic / Australian / 16/09/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                       CIS v. 110(16)p. 3
Push for national drink controls to curb violence. / Milandra Rout / Australian / 3/09/2010 p. 8 / News Item                    CIS v. 110(15)p. 3
'Time, please' on lax pub laws. / / Herald Sun / 23/07/2010 p. 49 / News Item                                                   CIS v. 110(12)p. 1
Disunity on toughened booze laws. / Nigel Hunt / Sunday Mail (SA) / 18/07/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                CIS v. 110(12)p. 1
The cutting edge of fear / Tom Dusevic / Weekend Australian / 24/04/2010 p. 1 / Feature article                                 CIS v. 110(7)p. 7
Late-night liquor plan at Woolies raises fears / Matthew Moore and Kelsey Munro / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/04/2010 p. 5 / News Item
                                                                                                                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 1
Close bars early to stop alcohol-fuelled violence / Hugh Mackay / Sydney Morning Herald / 10/04/2010 p. 7 / Opinion             CIS v. 110(6)p. 3
Alcohol 'primary cause' of Aboriginal violence / Ari Sharp / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/04/2010 p. 7 / News Item                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 4
Bottle shops fuel violence in suburbia, study says / Jeff Turnbill / Canberra Times / 20/03/2010 p. 4 / News Item               CIS v. 110(6)p. 1
Most pub assaults occur from midnight to 3am / Geesche Jacobsen / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item           CIS v. 110(6)p. 2
Police reject Barns view on violence / Helen Kempton / Mercury (Hobart) / 3/03/2010 p. 7 / News Item                            CIS v. 110(6)p. 17
'Knife culture' fears as four stabbed at weekend / Dewi Cooke and Ian Munro / The Age / 1/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item              CIS v. 110(4)p. 29
Education is the best weaponry available / Bob Falconer / Sunday Age / 28/02/2010 p. 6 / Opinion                                CIS v. 110(4)p. 30
School violence rises / Tanya Chilcott and Rosemary Odgers / Courier Mail / 24/02/2010 p. 7 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(4)p. 30
School violence alarm / Anne Mather / Mercury (Hobart) / 23/02/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 29
Boys at sharp end of violence / Elisabeth Tarica / The Age / 22/02/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(4)p. 28
Biff culture needs a king-hit if we're going to stop bullying / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/02/2010 p. 9 / Opinion CIS v. 110(4)p. 27
Danger in the schoolyard / Chris Johnston / The Age / 20/02/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                                         CIS v. 110(4)p. 25
Knife bans don't work / Tony Evans / Daily Telegraph / 17/02/2010 p. 31 / Letter                                                CIS v. 110(3)p. 29
Stabbing raises lessons in risk / / Canberra Times / 17/02/2010 p. 10 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(3)p. 30
Rising student violence sparks alarm / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/02/2010 p. 3 /                                  CIS v. 110(3)p. 29
Gangs threaten immigration stance: Abbott / Michelle Grattan / The Age / 23/01/2010 p. 1 /                                      CIS v. 110(2)p. 16
Rap on the knuckles. Teen girls get off lightly / Robyn Ironside / Courier Mail / 13/01/2010 p. 7 /                             CIS v. 110(1)p. 29
Teen girls as bad as boys / Janelle Miles / Courier Mail / 12/01/2010 p. 2 /                                                    CIS v. 110(1)p. 30
Racism exists and Govt must lead the way / Vincent Zankin and Bruce Haigh / Canberra Times / 12/01/2010 p. 10 / Letters         CIS v. 110(1)p. 21
Surge in violence blamed on fight sites / Robyn Ironside / Courier Mail / 12/01/2010 p. 1 /                                     CIS v. 110(1)p. 30
Indians tell of fear on the streets / Lauren Wilson / Weekend Australian / 9/01/2010 p. 2 /                                     CIS v. 110(1)p. 21


Violence in Mass Media
Declare 'game over' on video violence degrading our kids / Eamonn Duff / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                  CIS v. 110(6)p. 27

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Celebrity mum who backs over-18 grade / Rachel Browne / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 15 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
Violent games just don't rate / / Sun-Herald / 14/03/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                                       CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Video game violence stand-off / Ari Sharp / The Age / 11/03/2010 p. 12 / News Item                                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Music brings on aggro / Cheryl Critchley / Herald Sun / 8/03/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
Games make kids care less / Greg Thom / Herald Sun / 3/03/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                                  CIS v. 110(4)p. 6
Playing the rating game / Carol Nader / The Age / 27/02/2010 p. 3 / Feature article                                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 5


Voting
Two-party preferred count is a two-card trick. / G. Campbell Sharman / Australian / 26/08/2010 p. 14 / Opinion                    CIS v. 110(14)p. 28
Electoral system provides only an illusion of democracy. / Ted Mack / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/08/2010 p. 13 / Opinion          CIS v. 110(14)p. 27


Wages
Unions' war cry on equal pay row / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(20)p. 14
Hard work to close pay gap / / Canberra Times / 20/11/2010 p. 26 / Editorial                                                      CIS v. 110(20)p. 13
New strategies needed in battle to survive / Jo Flanagan / Mercury (Hobart) / 21/10/2010 p. 18 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(20)p. 7
Workforce wants flexibility / Cara Jenkin / Courier Mail / 2/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(17)p. 7
Women's pay still lags but Govt claims progress in PS / / Canberra Times / 24/09/2010 p. 5 / Editorial                            CIS v. 110(16)p. 10
A hole in the safety net. / Mark Wooden / Australian Financial Review / 9/06/2010 p. 62 / Opinion                                 CIS v. 110(6)p. 30
Freeze over, minimum wage up by $26 a week. / Ben Schneiders and Misha Schubert / The Age / 4/06/2010 p. 7 / News Item            CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Fairness back in focus. / Ben Schneiders / The Age / 4/06/2010 p. 7 / Opinion                                                     CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Working versus stay-at-home is not the mother of all battles. / Jessica Brown / The Age / 25/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion              CIS v. 110(9)p. 8
Home mums on warpath over pay. / Sue Dunlevy / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(9)p. 7


War
Revealing truth essential in war / / Canberra Times / 29/09/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                                CIS v. 110(16)p. 30
Firefight Diggers on death charges / Steve Lewis / Daily Telegraph / 28/09/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 29
Rules to avoid civilian casualties / Alison Rehn / Daily Telegraph / 28/09/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 30


War - Moral and Ethical Aspects
Innocence lost as recruitment of children continues / Steven Freeland / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion        CIS v. 110(4)p. 4


War Crimes
Revealing truth essential in war / / Canberra Times / 29/09/2010 p. 18 / Editorial                                                CIS v. 110(16)p. 30
Firefight Diggers on death charges / Steve Lewis / Daily Telegraph / 28/09/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 29
Rules to avoid civilian casualties / Alison Rehn / Daily Telegraph / 28/09/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                  CIS v. 110(16)p. 30
Innocence lost as recruitment of children continues / Steven Freeland / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/02/2010 p. 11 / Opinion        CIS v. 110(4)p. 4


War on Terrorism, 2001-
'We must stay to help defeat terror' / Julia Gillard / Australian / 20/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                   CIS v. 110(17)p. 29
Chill wind of war leaves debate cold / Tony Wright / The Age / 20/10/2010 p. 6 / Opinion                                          CIS v. 110(17)p. 29
A Clayton's debate / Alan Stretton / The Age / 19/10/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                                                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 28
Afghan campaign is not worth the price / Hugh White / The Age / 16/10/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                                         CIS v. 110(17)p. 27
'Winning hearts and mind a priority' / Tony Abbott / Australian / 20/04/2010 p. 4 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(17)p. 30


Whistleblowing
The secret lives of U.S. / Marshall Brain and Carly Crawford / Advertiser / 1/12/2010 p. 25 / Feature article                     CIS v. 110(20)p. 27
US leaks are in global interest / Josh Rosner / Canberra Times / 30/11/2010 p. 11 / Opinion                                       CIS v. 110(20)p. 29
Ignore the scaremongering, WikiLeaks are of global interest / Simon Jenkins / The Age / 30/11/2010 p. 13 / Opinion                CIS v. 110(20)p. 28
Leaks give useful picture of policy / / Canberra Times / 30/11/2010 p. 10 / Editorial                                             CIS v. 110(20)p. 29
Leaking 'frank assessments' a risk to peace / Libby Purves / Australian / 30/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(20)p. 30


Women - Employment
Balance a dream. / Katherine Firkin / Herald Sun / 4/08/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                                    CIS v. 110(13)p. 29
Working our way to stress: Full-time women suffer most. / John McCarthy / Courier Mail / 4/08/2010 p. 16 / News Item              CIS v. 110(13)p. 29
Working versus stay-at-home is not the mother of all battles. / Jessica Brown / The Age / 25/05/2010 p. 11 / Opinion              CIS v. 110(9)p. 8
Home mums on warpath over pay. / Sue Dunlevy / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                                          CIS v. 110(9)p. 7


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Women - Civil Rights
Witness must take off burqa. / Angie Raphael / The Age / 20/08/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                             CIS v. 110(14)p. 29
Witness will yield to nikab decision. / Nicolas Perpitch / Australian / 20/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                               CIS v. 110(14)p. 29
Burqa defenders' paradox of injustice. / Ruby Hamad / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/08/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(14)p. 30
Islam is not on trial in judge's burqa ruling. / Fleur Johns and Jacqueline Mowbray / The Age / 10/08/2010 p. 11 / Opinion        CIS v. 110(13)p. 28
Islamic court rule on burqa rejected. / Angie Raphael / The Age / 6/08/2010 p. 10 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(13)p. 27
Finally, someone calls halt to the game. / Wendy Frew / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/08/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                         CIS v. 110(13)p. 24
Why $37m is just wrong. / Rebecca Wilson / Herald Sun / 5/08/2010 p. 32 / Opinion                                                 CIS v. 110(13)p. 23
DJs case will be a watershed. / Kate Lahey / The Age / 4/08/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                                 CIS v. 110(13)p. 22
Fraser-Kirk case a tipping point. / Catherine Fox / Australian Financial Review / 4/08/2010 p. 8 / Opinion                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 24
Firm turned a blind eye, woman says. / Bellinda Kontominas / The Age / 3/08/2010 p. 1 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(13)p. 21
Don't ban the burqa. / Alexander Downer / Advertiser / 26/07/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                                                 CIS v. 110(12)p. 30
French MPs vote to ban veils in public. / Dave Clark / Canberra Times / 15/07/2010 p. 16 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(12)p. 29
French burka ban lifts veil of division / Emma-Kate Symons / Australian / 24/05/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                              CIS v. 110(8)p. 29
What women wear is their business / Samah Hadid and Rayann Bekdache / The Age / 8/05/2010 p. 9 / Opinion                          CIS v. 110(8)p. 30
Rudd and Gillard disagree on burqa / Katharine Murphy / The Age / 8/05/2010 p. 13 / News Item                                     CIS v. 110(8)p. 20
Burka ban a headache for a liberal society / Tim Soutphommasane / Australian / 1/05/2010 p. 6 / Opinion                           CIS v. 110(8)p. 29
No cultural compromise on women's rights / Sall Forest, / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/04/2010 p. 8 / Letters                       CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
Sexist migrants create legal problem / Joel Gibson / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/04/2010 p. 1 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(6)p. 29
When laws clash with culture / James Spigelman / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/04/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                               CIS v. 110(6)p. 30


Women - Employment
Unions' war cry on equal pay row / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(20)p. 14
Hard work to close pay gap / / Canberra Times / 20/11/2010 p. 26 / Editorial                                                   CIS v. 110(20)p. 13
Will sexual harassment at work ever be eliminated? / John Niland, Elizabeth Broderick, / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/11/2010 p. 12 / Opinion
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(19)p. 19
Sex claims spike after DJs shame / David Killick / Sunday Tasmanian / 24/10/2010 p. 6 / News Item                              CIS v. 110(19)p. 20
Time to desex the workplace / / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/10/2010 p. 14 / Editorial                                           CIS v. 110(17)p. 23
Smart businesses will deal with the harassers / Anna McPhee and Julie Hayes / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/10/2010 p. 14 / Letters
                                                                                                                               CIS v. 110(17)p. 24
Kristy's case 'will scare off victims' / Janet Fife-Yoemans / Advertiser / 19/10/2010 p. 13 / News Item                        CIS v. 110(17)p. 23
Don't be afraid to walk away, says executive / Carol Nader / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / News Item                CIS v. 110(16)p. 9
Women still locked out of management roles at work / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion            CIS v. 110(16)p. 9
Women's pay still lags but Govt claims progress in PS / / Canberra Times / 24/09/2010 p. 5 / Editorial                         CIS v. 110(16)p. 10
Paid parent leave ignites mums' war / Sue Dunlevy and Rosemarie Lentini / Daily Telegraph / 20/05/2010 p. 9 / News Item        CIS v. 110(8)p. 6
It's only fair - nappy leave for new dads / Stephen Johnson / Advertiser / 15/05/2010 p. 8 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(8)p. 6
Parental leave fails to deliver / Lisa Mayoh / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 9/05/2010 p. 11 / News Item                                 CIS v. 110(8)p. 5
Maternity leave before birth / Ben Packham / Herald Sun / 5/05/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                           CIS v. 110(8)p. 5
Let's not throw Abbott's baby leave out with the bathwater / Adele Horin / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/03/2010 p. 9 / Opinion CIS v. 110(6)p. 14
It's political baby blues / Maria Moscaritolo / Advertiser / 10/03/2010 p. 21 / Feature article                                CIS v. 110(6)p. 13
Unions to push pay equity for women / Ewin Hannan / Australian / 4/03/2010 p. 5 / News Item                                    CIS v. 110(4)p. 11
Equal pay is the law but it is not yet a reality / / The Age / 3/03/2010 p. 16 / Editorial                                     CIS v. 110(4)p. 12
Women's pay worse than in 1985 / Ben Schneiders / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/03/2010 p. 2 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 11


Women - Employment
Employers brace for wave of copycat sex claims / Paul Bibby and Eli Greenblat / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/10/2010 p. 1 / News Item CIS v.
110(17)p. 24


Women - Social Conditions
Wanted: leading ladies / Jenny Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2010 p. 4 / Opinion                                   CIS v. 110(20)p. 25
Feminism means women are seen and heard / Christina Foo, Margaret Gibson, Nigel Hanley, / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/02/2010 p. 8 / Letters
                                                                                                                           CIS v. 110(2)p. 28
Hidden danger in tampering with the veil / Sally Neighbour / Australian / 1/02/2010 p. 9 /                                 CIS v. 110(2)p. 29
Feminism silent about the veil / Fayez Lababedi / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/01/2010 p. 10 / Letter                        CIS v. 110(2)p. 27
Muslim feminists deserve to be heard / Randa Abdel-Fattah and Susan Carland / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/01/2010 p. 11 /   CIS v. 110(2)p. 30
Veils face ban on French public transport / Lizzy Davies / Sydney Morning Herald / 27/01/2010 p. 9 /                       CIS v. 110(2)p. 27
Stop faith being used to oppress women / Nicholas Kristof / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/01/2010 p. 11 /                     CIS v. 110(2)p. 29


Women- Social Conditions
Burquas are veiled threat to a woman's identity / Claire Wallace and Kathryn Newburg / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/02/2010 p. 14 / Letters
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Work Force
The new Hungry Mile- Depression-era conditions return / Paul Bibby / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/11/2010 p. 1 / News Item          CIS v. 110(19)p. 29
Workforce wants flexibility / Cara Jenkin / Courier Mail / 2/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(17)p. 7
Even illegal workers have rights / Danielle Celermajer / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/09/2010 p. 15 / Opinion                      CIS v. 110(19)p. 30
Shutting migration's back door / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 9/02/2010 p. 13 /                                                     CIS v. 110(3)p. 13
Sorting out the skills set. Don't lose sight of the big picture on migration / / Australian / 9/02/2010 p. 12 / Editorial        CIS v. 110(3)p. 14
Migrant list to reflect 22 key work areas / Joanna Mather / Financial Review / 9/02/2010 p. 8 /                                  CIS v. 110(3)p. 14


Working Hours
Plenty of people in the neighbourhood but we're home alone / Andrew Leigh / Australian / 30/10/2010 p. 5 / Opinion               CIS v. 110(18)p. 7
Workforce wants flexibility / Cara Jenkin / Courier Mail / 2/10/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                            CIS v. 110(17)p. 7
We're cutting our hours but taking work home / Stephen Lunn / Australian / 27/09/2010 p. 9 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(17)p. 8
Balance a dream. / Katherine Firkin / Herald Sun / 4/08/2010 p. 19 / News Item                                                   CIS v. 110(13)p. 29
Working our way to stress: Full-time women suffer most. / John McCarthy / Courier Mail / 4/08/2010 p. 16 / News Item             CIS v. 110(13)p. 29
Life balance still not working. / Rachel Browne / Sunday Age / 1/08/2010 p. 3 / News Item                                        CIS v. 110(13)p. 30
The work-life lie: family-friendly jobs a myth. / Paul Bibby / Advertiser / 21/05/2010 p. 27 / News Item                         CIS v. 110(9)p. 7
Grocers push for two-hour minimum youth shifts / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/02/2010 p. 5 / News Item            CIS v. 110(4)p. 2
Awards silly on after-school work / / Canberra Times / 15/02/2010 p. 8 / Editorial                                               CIS v. 110(4)p. 1
Gillard calls time on young Matthew's job / Nicolas Perpitch / Australian / 5/02/2010 p. 1 / News Item                           CIS v. 110(4)p. 1


Young Adults - Employment
It's a cold night's work to get a job in the west / Kirsty Needham / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/10/2010 p. 7 / News Item         CIS v. 110(18)p. 2
Indigenous job plan a ladder out of grief / Drew Warne-Smith / Australian / 23/10/2010 p. 4 / News Item                          CIS v. 110(18)p. 2
Wrong sort of record to set on young jobless / Paul Bird / The Age / 14/10/2010 p. 21 / Opinion                                  CIS v. 110(18)p. 1




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