Goodnight baby girl. Yes, your mummy is obsessed with you. But wow - your brother is totally head over heels. I hear 'Mum, she's really cute' at least 15 times a day, and I don't think he could kiss you more if he tried. My favourite moment from today was when we picked you up from daycare and you said 'Oh! My best friend is here too!' when you saw her in her car seat next to you. My guilt, my worry, my anxiety - it's all gone in the wind now. You are perfect in every way baby girl and it's true what they say - I've already forgotten what life was like before you blessed our world 🌎 💋
We are very conscious of our #Muslim brothers and sisters at this time of deep anxiety for them. President Trump's #MuslimBan is an affront to all humanity and we stand in solidarity with the Muslim Community. Our kindest thoughts and prayers go out to you and may God's peace and blessing be upon you. With every kindness and deepest friendship. Fr Rod.
Good luck to Guns N' Roses ahead of their big show in Visit Brisbane tonight! Special thanks to Slash for dropping in to say g'day to little Tayta the koala, we hoped you enjoyed the cuddles as much as she did!
Welcome to The RED HEART Campaign's memorial to women and children who have lost their lives to violence in Australia. We have chosen to give no start or end date for this ongoing collection of photographs. This gallery exists to honour and remember those who deserved to live long and happy lives full of peace, love and laughter, but were never given the chance. We have chosen Banksy's Girl With A Balloon to commemorate those women and children for whom we do not have photographs or cannot picture for cultural reasons. If you have photos and/or the details of women or children lost to domestic violence, family violence, sexual violence or any other form of violence to add to this memorial, please PM The RED HEART Campaign Facebook page. While The RED HEART Campaign's founder Sherele Moody is responsible for the research that makes this project possible, we also acknowledge the efforts of Destroy the Joint's Counting Dead Women Australia project.
Malcolm Turnbull 'too busy' to scrap free travel for former politicians
Two-and-a-half years after the Coalition announced it would axe the controversial Life Gold Pass – which gives retired politicians free business-class travel on the taxpayer – the plan has been put on the backburner once again.
The Turnbull government says it's too busy to follow through on its pledge to put the perk back on the chopping block by the end of the year.
If the bill does come back in the first half of 2017 it will have been about three years from announcement to vote – even though it supposedly enjoys the support of pretty much everyone in Parliament.