The Secular Spotlight Blog
For the first time, the Royal Australian Navy’s Director-General of Chaplaincy, Collin Acton, is on the search for staff who do not have theological degrees.
Catch up on the latest secular news with the NSL’s Weekend Wrap for 20 September 2020.
In making the case for voluntary assisted dying (VAD) legislation in Tasmania’s Legislative Council on Tuesday, Independent MLC Mike Gaffney made an impassioned plea to his colleagues to support his bill.
ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr joins the NSL’s Peter Monk today for a Q&A on a range of secular issues ahead of the upcoming ACT election.
In a one-on-one interview to be published on our Secular Spotlight blog tomorrow, Andrew Barr says he is certain that the “ultra-conservative” Canberra Liberals will seek to unwind many of his progressive reforms if they win over voters.
Catch up on the latest secular news with the NSL’s Weekend Wrap for 13 September 2020.
Fiona Patten introduces legislation to end discriminatory practices in the hiring of religious chaplains in public schools.
Catch up on the latest secular news with the NSL’s Weekend Wrap for 6 September 2020.
The insistence of preachers on continuing to access public school classrooms despite the fears of COVID-19 shows how Special Religious Education (SRE) providers are putting their religious “mission” above the safety of others.
Noosa’s Satanists are calling on the Morrison government to protect their right to freedom of religion as thousands of Christians mount an online campaign to have their first annual Black Mass cancelled.