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Some NDIS participants worry if they don’t spend their annual funds, they won’t be offered the same support in their next plan – and it’s harder for some to use what they’ve been allocated.

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Reports of large-scale NDIS fraud show it’s time to work with participants and involve them in oversight.

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We don’t have to passively sit back and watch Australia’s species and ecosystems die. Here are five concrete steps the next government should take.

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The prime minister road-tested an avalanche of slogans on Wednesday, some of them clearly false.

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In a new survey, almost two-thirds of parents reported having trouble securing a vaccination for their child or children with disability.

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The proposed NDIS independent assessments have been controversial. Data doesn't really tell us whether they'd deliver for Australians with disability.

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During the height of the pandemic, people with disability felt they had been forgotten and were not a priority. In the vaccine rollout, the government is repeating its past mistakes.

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Alarm bells are ringing as the ACT government continues to buy key rural properties, writes Jenny Stewart.

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For too long, the debate about Australian higher-education has been fixated on who pays for what, when and how. We need to pay as much attention to intellectual outcomes as we do to financial ones, writes Jenny Stewart. 

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The real scandal from the Australian Crime Commission's report into drugs in sport is that the opportunity for change has been lost in a blizzard of political grandstanding and media spin, writes Jason Maznov. 

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