That's One for Bill

Whatever the outcome of Bill Shorten's surprise move this week, he has…

Fossil Fuel Subsidies and Free Market Hypocrisy

In an almost unbelievable report released on the 18th of May, the…

Free your mind and join the evolution.

Few things in life give me greater cause for optimism than those…

Perpetrators and enablers: Abbott’s deafening silence

By Jennifer Wilson Watching convicted pedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale give evidence at the…

Let The Market Decide, Unless We Want To…

Ok, this could be a very long post, but I suspect that…

Arthur's last hurrah: Calwell, Whitlam & the Ky…

By Phillip Deery In the torrent of tributes for Gough Whitlam after his…

What's the diff?

With Tony Abbott keen to make superannuation an election issue and a…

"IT’S TIME" - Marriage Equality and Why I…

Marriage equality forms part of a broader discussion about equality generally. Equality…

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That's One for Bill

John Kelly

Whatever the outcome of Bill Shorten's surprise move this week, he has caught Tony Abbott on the hop and executed one very successful wedge. Nice one, Bill. The Irish vote for marriage equality has turned the issue on its head in Australia and one can be confident there is no going…

Please explain

The AIM Network

Please explain - coal can take 5.5 years off your life in China and cost $500 billion per year in the US in health costs but it is good for Australia? By Dr Anthony Horton Recent pronouncements by the Abbott Government that coal is good for Australia are increasingly coming under scrutiny,…

"IT’S TIME" - Marriage Equality and Why I Support It…

John Lord

Marriage equality forms part of a broader discussion about equality generally. Equality of opportunity in the work place. Equality in access to education. Equality for women all form part of it. When Ireland voted so overwhelmingly in support of marriage equality it triggered in this country an avalanche of public opinion…

Let The Market Decide, Unless We Want To Make The…

Rossleigh

Ok, this could be a very long post, but I suspect that I'm just going to make it short because…

Vale Ruth Rendell

Kay Rollison

It was with much sadness that I heard last week of the death of Ruth Rendell. I guess it wasn’t…

News and Politics

Fossil Fuel Subsidies and Free Market Hypocrisy

Rob Marsh

In an almost unbelievable report released on the 18th of May, the International Monetary Fund has shown that subsidies for…

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Free your mind and join the evolution.

Sean Stinson

Few things in life give me greater cause for optimism than those light bulb moments when you finally get your…

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Perpetrators and enablers: Abbott’s deafening silence

The AIM Network

By Jennifer Wilson Watching convicted pedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale give evidence at the Royal Commission into child sexual abuse yesterday was…

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Let The Market Decide, Unless We Want To Make The…

Rossleigh

Ok, this could be a very long post, but I suspect that I'm just going to make it short because…

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What's the diff?

Kaye Lee

With Tony Abbott keen to make superannuation an election issue and a point of differentiation between the parties, it is…

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Peace In Our Time

The AIM Network

By Ross Sharp If Federal Opposition leader Bill Shorten has a fire in his belly, it’s stuck on reheat and he’s warming…

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Environment

Spotlight on health and climate change long overdue

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton According to Damian Ryan, Head of International Policy at The Climate Group there is no better time…

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Australia 'falls off' the map

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton World Bank Lead Economist Gayatri Acharya has highlighted Australia’s “glorious distinction” of being the first country to…

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Renewable energy powering the Internet

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton Few people would deny that the internet plays an increasingly significant part in our daily lives in…

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Social Justice

Marriage equality: As simple as changing five words

The AIM Network

By Eva Cripps. Catholics are not known for social progression. Abortion is evil. Divorce is a sin. Being gay is unnatural…

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On entitlement and celibacy

The AIM Network

By Jennifer Wilson. A sense of entitlement is listed as one of the symptoms of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, which seems so…

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The Welfare Declaration

The AIM Network

Keith Davis reports that the March Australia NATIONAL WELFARE MARCH in July intends to do nothing less than change the…

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AIM Extra

Arthur's last hurrah: Calwell, Whitlam & the Ky visit to…

The AIM Network

By Phillip Deery In the torrent of tributes for Gough Whitlam after his death in October 2014, it is easy to…

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Francis James – the long stumble to freedom

Sally Baxter

On 16 January 1973 Australian Francis James emerged from three years’ imprisonment in Canton (now Guangzhou) with just a brief…

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Great Scott!...Is he really Bat-Man?

Edward Eastwood

"Is Scott Ludlam really Bat-Man?" The question was posed on a Facebook page in response to a post publicising Ludlam's appearance…

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Your Say

The Black Hole and Big Bang Theory

The AIM Network

A illustrated short story about life and death and beyond by, AIMN reader Bob Rafto. It was like a eureka moment…

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Nudge to humans from planet Earth: How many warnings do…

The AIM Network

By Keith Davis. “Hi Humans. Lately you may have noticed that I have accelerated the melt rate of my Antarctic Glaciers.…

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Musings on Crimea

The AIM Network

By Eugene Stein I remember visiting Crimea when I was 10 years old. My memory is that of a paradise. It…

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