We won so you have to do what…

It hasn’t taken long for the co-operative negotiation strategy to be discarded…

Day to Day Politics: Looking for a brawl.

Wednesday 24 August The 'adults' - as they are want to call themselves…

Social Market Solutions: The Future of the Queensland…

Denis Bright invites discussion about the future of the Queensland Nickel site…

Scott Morrison And His Kodak Moment!

Scottie Morrison was grumbling about superannuation funds not investing in coal. Apparently,…

Day to Day Politics: 'Laughably incompetent'

Tuesday 23 august 2016 1 Over the weekend the subject of Marriage…

Malcolm Turnbull To Introduce Legislation To Support People…

Ok, I don't mean in general. I'm talking about a specific case.…

Day to Day Politics: Christopher, 'The mouth that…

Monday 22 August 2016 To hear the Leader of Government business in the…

A once and future Senate

By Ken Wolff We now know that the Senate elected at the July…

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We won so you have to do what we say

Kaye Lee

It hasn’t taken long for the co-operative negotiation strategy to be discarded in favour of the “we won so you have to do what we say” media blitz. Morrison, Cormann, O’Dwyer and others faithfully repeat their lines for the day (one wonders if they realise how ridiculous it sounds when all…

Day to Day Politics: I thought we had moved on…

John Lord

Friday 19 August 2016 Climate Science has always been somewhat of a layperson's dilemma. Monday night's Q&A programme yet again demonstrated that there are still conspiracy nutter mentalities who gain prominence by being controversially stupid. When the debate turned to Climate Change even renowned physicist Brian Cox was dumbfounded by One Nation senator-elect…

Domestic violence is real: Centrelink where are you?

The AIM Network

By Tracie Aylmer I used to be somewhat quiet over the domestic violence that I suffered, although I did advise Centrelink time and time again what happened. Every phone call I made to Centrelink I talked about my domestic violence. Each and every time. The most frustrating thing is that none of…

Scott Morrison And His Kodak Moment!

Rossleigh

Scottie Morrison was grumbling about superannuation funds not investing in coal. Apparently, according to Mr Morrison, they're doing so for…

Book Review: Red Sorghum, by Mo Yan

Kay Rollison

This book is set primarily in the 1930s at the time of the Japanese invasion of China, with all the…

News and Politics

Day to Day Politics: Looking for a brawl.

John Lord

Wednesday 24 August The 'adults' - as they are want to call themselves - have been in government for a term,…

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Social Market Solutions: The Future of the Queensland Nickel Site

The AIM Network

Denis Bright invites discussion about the future of the Queensland Nickel site at Yabulu, just north of Townsville in North…

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Scott Morrison And His Kodak Moment!

Rossleigh

Scottie Morrison was grumbling about superannuation funds not investing in coal. Apparently, according to Mr Morrison, they're doing so for…

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Day to Day Politics: 'Laughably incompetent'

John Lord

Tuesday 23 august 2016 1 Over the weekend the subject of Marriage Equality once again reared its head. Surely enough…

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Day to Day Politics: Christopher, 'The mouth that roared'

John Lord

Monday 22 August 2016 To hear the Leader of Government business in the Lower House Christopher Pyne (also known as The…

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A once and future Senate

The AIM Network

By Ken Wolff We now know that the Senate elected at the July election comprises 30 Coalition members, 26 from the…

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Environment

Environmental concerns must be more heavily weighted in the decision…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton Recent media attention on the parlous state of the environment in the vicinity of the Rio de…

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Analysis of the world’s 500 largest companies puts a spotlight…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton A recent report on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions performance of the world’s largest 500 companies between…

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A pioneering partnership has Adelaide on track to be the…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton A number of my most recent articles have been predominantly focused on the economic issues associated with…

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Social Justice

An open letter to all the bigoted, hypocritical politicians of…

The AIM Network

I am a concerned Australian citizen writing to you today, the evening after the election, concerning marriage equality. Now whilst you…

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‘Chalk your Support’ campaign launches, welcomes refugees

The AIM Network

Below is a media alert announcing this Sunday’s launch of ‘Chalk your Support’, an initiative that aims to mobilise Australians…

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Is Australia breaching UN sanctions against the Democratic Republic of…

The AIM Network

By Tracie Aylmer Many of you may wonder why the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - a country far away in…

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AIM Extra

Have we misunderstood post-traumatic stress disorder?

The AIM Network

Joint media release: Cambridge Judge Business School, Cambridge, UK & UNSW Australia Business School, Sydney, Australia In understanding war-related post-traumatic stress…

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The democratisation of opinion

The AIM Network

By Ken Wolff With the rise of the internet and social media almost anyone can express their opinion to an audience…

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Make laugh – not war

The AIM Network

A couple of weeks ago, esteemed blogmaster at 'The Political Sword' Ad Astra published a piece asking ‘Why is there…

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Your Say

The pueriles of Pauline

Michael Taylor

Richard Ackland's brilliant article today ('The defence of free speech is limited for the anti-18C brigade' in The Guardian) reminds…

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Australia, Vietnam and white male supremacy

Jennifer Wilson

I don’t know who came up with the macabre notion of recreating the concert at which Little Pattie was performing…

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There’s never been a better time for white men and…

Jennifer Wilson

Oh, that David Leyonhjelm! What a scamp he is!  As you probably know, he’s making a complaint to the Human Rights Commission…

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