13 May
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Oppose federal anti-discrimination bill

Though Nicola Roxon has resigned as Attorney-General presumably her Anti-Discrimination Bill 2012 will continue to be pursued by her successor Mark Dreyfus. The Coalition is opposed to the bill, some independents are also opposed and it has caused deep concern inside the ALP. In the media, opposition is coming from three main sectors; industry, the […]

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13 May
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World Congress of Families 7 Sydney, May 15 -18, 2013

The Australian Family Association is proud to be a Gold sponsor of the World Congress of Families 7 which is to be held in Sydney from May 13 to May 18, 2013. Being held at the state-of-the-art Australian Technology Park conference centre, the aim of the Congress is to promote the natural family as the […]

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13 May
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AFL gay-pride round

AFL footballers marched for the first time in the Melbourne annual gay-pride march on Sunday, 3 February. The press reported “thousands” joined the march in St Kilda in inner Melbourne. For video footage go to http://au.sports.yahoo.com/videos/watch/ Following on from the screening of what they call “No to homophobia” ads on the big screen during the […]

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13 May
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Life Report Around the World

(a) Germany: Debate in Germany on banning bestiality, which was removed from the criminal code in 1969, has brought interesting arguments for and against. The pressure to reinstate the ban came from animal rights activists concerned about animals being used “for personal sexual activities or made available to third parties for sexual activities … thereby […]

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12 Apr
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Life Report Around the World

  (a) US: Stand Up for Religious Freedom rallies drew tens of thousands to more than 150 events across the US to protest the HHS Mandate which seeks to force religious employers to provide contraception, sterilisation and abortion-inducing drugs. US Bureau chief for LifeSiteNews, Ben Johnson, citing the history of Eastern Europe, said; “Light and transient […]

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12 Apr
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Marriage Report

Federal: Although it had been thought debate was exhausted on the Jones (ALP) marriage bill further debate has taken place since the return of parliament in August after the winter break. It has been reported it will be voted on in the week beginning 17 September.  The Bandt/Wilkie bill, the other bill before the House of Representatives, […]

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02 Sep
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Homosexual Lobby Recruits AFL

Since this Update went to press, “No to homophobia” ads were screened at the AFL preliminary finals matches on the weekend of 22/23 September and AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou has announced the league is considering playing a gay pride round next season.

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02 Sep
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Marriage Report Update: Federal & Tasmanian Victories

Since this Update went to press there have been important and exciting developments on the marriage battlefront. Congratulations to you all for campaigning to defend natural marriage from the radical, secularist same-sex marriage lobby. Also inserted in this Update is a summary of how your MPs and senators voted on marriage. The House of Representatives […]

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02 Sep
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Life Report: Around the World

1. Switzerland: Australian euthanasia activist Dr Philip Nitschke claims the right-to-die movement has split into two warring camps with half of the world federation’s board critical of his do-it-yourself suicide technology, preferring to trudge along the slow path of legislative change. Dr Nitschke says the regulation of suicide is unreasonable and that rational adults over […]

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02 Sep
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Free2Believe Campaign

Free2Believe Campaign – Victoria’s Abortion Law Reform Act forces a doctor who opposes abortion to refer a woman inquiring about abortion to a doctor he/she knows has no conscientious objection to abortion; forces nurses to participate in abortions and pharmacists to provide abortion drugs even if they have a conscientious objection to abortion. The Victorian […]

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