Catholic school statue

Catholic School ‘Erects’ Inappropriate Statue

The Australian Tribune office is closed until 2 January for the Christmas holidays. While our staff are away, we’re bringing you some of our classic news pieces for 2017.

Today’s article, originally published on 24 November, delves into the public relations debacle of a Catholic School. It looks at a statue of a saint that was erected in front of the school. However, not all is as it seems.

Follow the link here to read the article in full. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Peter Tseros

Peter Tseros

Peter Tseros is a writer here at The Australian Tribune, where he focuses on key issues in Australian politics. He has a Bachelor of Journalism, as well as his masters in Media and Communications both at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne.

In addition, Peter spent two years working as a journalist for publications in India and the US, before he moved to radio where he spent three years at some of Australia’s leading networks, which include 3AW and 1116 SEN.

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