ACU in the media 22-28 June

Published: Thursday 2nd July 2015

The effects of alcohol addiction on the children of alcoholics, debating citizenship legalities, and the success of ACU's Federal Parliamentary Interfaith Breakfast are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week.

HEADLINE

OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

Faith in our Parliament

Australian Jewish News

26.6.15

3,187

New clinic helps cut health risks

Colac Herald

26.6.15

4,520

A Prayer to protect our heritage

Herald Sun

26.6.15

363,384

Pope’s great work lauded

Catholic Leader

28.6.15

13,000

Poised like a panther: a batsman of rare style and bravery

Canberra Times

27.6.15

33,169

Smiles and satisfaction are reward enough

Gold Coast Sun

25.6.15

170,949

Bold plan to galvanise referendum

The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times, WA Today

25.6.15

n/a

We must offer disaffected youth an alternative

The Australian

24.6.15

108,445

Schools divided on SSAF benefits

The Australian

24.6.15

104,774

Elected to church’s governing body

Coastal Leader (SA)

24.6.15

1,016

Cautious backing for Abbott’s plan B

The Age, SMH, Canberra Times, Namoi Valley Independent, ABC

23.6.15

n/a

Naplans flaws and limitations

The Australian

23.6.15

104,774

Expert slams public school means testing

The Age

23.6.15

106,843

Alcohol the most toxic factor in neglect of over one million Australian kids

Essential Kids (Fairfax media online)

24.6.15

n/a

Jim Bright: A Matter of Perspective, Richard Glover program

SMH/The Age Careers; 702 ABC Drive

27.6.15

554,944


Read the stories here (PDF, 2.3MB).

AUDIO

Julie Doyle speaks to Professor Greg Craven on AM about the proposed citizenship bill.

Listen to visiting Professor Jose Casanova discussing Pope Francis's climate change encyclical on ABC Radio's Religion and Ethics.

Listen to Dr Kevin Donnelly speak to Chris Smith on 2GB about "why Anglo children are falling behind at school".


To contact MER about an upcoming media story of public interest, please contact Jen Rosenberg, ext 2513, 0407 845 634, jen.rosenberg@acu.edu.au.  

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