Current News & Affairs

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Looking for great interviews about news and current affairs that relate to family life?

You'll find it all in the Feed Play Love podcast.

Join host Shevonne Hunt as she explores breaking news, law changes, new research and politics, we deep dive into the things the country is talking about so you know what's happening and how it will affect your family.

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Catch up on the latest Current News & Affairs segments

Daniel Kowalski on the same sex marriage 'Yes' verdict

Australia was waiting with bated breath this morning to hear the result of the same sex marriage postal survey. After the ‘yes’ response was announced this morning at 10am, what…
3 mins

How the same sex marriage survey impacted this single mum

Holly Zwalf is a single mum and part of the queer community. As we wait for the final results of the survey, she explains its impact on her and her…
9 mins

Swimming and autism: increasing awareness around meltdowns

Last week a teenage boy with an intellectual diability died after an incident at a public pool in Newcastle A plethora of research has shown that swimming helps those with…
14 mins

What parents can do about the #metoo campaign

Posts about women who have experienced sexual harassment or assault have swamped social media, showing how big the problem really is. So how do we as parents protect our girls…
11 mins

Could you detect the signs of mental illness in your child?

Young kids can be pretty temperamental, but would you know whether their tears were a sign of normal development, or something that needs a little more help The eighth Royal Children’s…
11 mins

How AFLW teaches girls the strength of their own bodies and minds

In 2011, the United Nations declared October 11 International Day of the Girl Child. The resolution states that: “Empowerment of and investment in girls are key in breaking the
18 mins