By Jennifer Ann Davies, NCWQ Arts and Letters Adviser Poverty, prostitution, poisoning, pain, paedophilia, people-poaching, panic, physical and psychological paralysis and perversions persist; potently pronounced in places, by the pandemic!
By Jennifer Ann Davies, NCWQ Arts and Letters Adviser Wonderful wise women, working well and willingly, continuing to support our overarching humanitarian and educational goals. The goals, warmth and willingness
By Pat Pepper, NCWQ Environment Adviser Update on impact of lack of reliable water on regional communities and industries and the environment. The Problem: In my NCWQ Environment Adviser’s Report, November 2019,
By Dr Kathryn Mainstone, NCWQ Health Adviser Unease During Coronavirus Over Personal Protective Equipment Edith Cowan University in WA has recently released a study, based on their questions asked of 350