Day to Day Politics: 2013 Election Retrospective.

Wednesday 1 June 2016 Still five weeks to go in this arduous over…

Hasn't Malcolm done well for himself - he…

The Coalition seems firmly convinced that lowering taxes for businesses will create…

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Charles Dickens wrote a book called Oliver Twist. It is undoubtedly a…

Day to Day Politics: So who did win…

Tuesday 31 May 2016 1 The question of who won the ABC…

The Gap still needs closing

By Callen Sorensen – Karklis For Indigenous Australians, election time is always a…

What If The Military Was Run Like A…

Ok, I've worked in a variety of schools and the one I'm…

Day to Day Politics: Bolt and Nova Peris.

Monday 30 May 2016 1 I'm old fashioned enough to believe that if you…

The Turnbull/Shorten Debate Experience

Televised debates between party leaders has been with us for some time…

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Day to Day Politics: 2013 Election Retrospective.

John Lord

Wednesday 1 June 2016 Still five weeks to go in this arduous over lengthy election campaign. It’s hard enough for political diehards to maintain an interest let alone the general public. I thought to fill in some of those periods when nothing much is happening I would post some selections from…

Let's talk about climate change

The AIM Network

Media Release from Jessie Singh As we approach the double dissolution election scheduled for 2 July 2016, I am delighted to announce that Dr Anthony Horton, chairman of The Climate Change Guy Group and an internationally recognised authority on environmental management and policy, is available to assist with any of your…

The Gap still needs closing

The AIM Network

By Callen Sorensen – Karklis For Indigenous Australians, election time is always a tough call. It’s a time when we find out how important my fellow Aboriginal peoples are to the average Australian. It is well known and appreciated by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people that progress has been made in…

What If The Military Was Run Like A School Or…

Rossleigh

Ok, I've worked in a variety of schools and the one I'm in at the moment has given me a…

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

Hasn't Malcolm done well for himself - he should know…

Kaye Lee

The Coalition seems firmly convinced that lowering taxes for businesses will create jobs and attract investment. But we have been down…

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Charles Dickens wrote a book called Oliver Twist. It is undoubtedly a classic. The book has been the subject of…

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Day to Day Politics: So who did win the debate?

John Lord

Tuesday 31 May 2016 1 The question of who won the ABC debate can only be answered by the individual…

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What If The Military Was Run Like A School Or…

Rossleigh

Ok, I've worked in a variety of schools and the one I'm in at the moment has given me a…

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Day to Day Politics: Bolt and Nova Peris.

John Lord

Monday 30 May 2016 1 I'm old fashioned enough to believe that if you don’t like the job you are in, or…

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The Turnbull/Shorten Debate Experience

John Kelly

Televised debates between party leaders has been with us for some time now. The fact that they mean little in…

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Environment

Koalas, Coal and Cash

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A more publically accountable and transparent planning and assessment process is urgently required in order to prevent further unnecessary damage…

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Dystopian Reality - a Climate Change Future

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A Climate Change Future Predicting the future is a no-win scenario. There are so many variables that virtually anything is possible.…

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Transatlantic aviation is the latest sector that needs to confront…

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By Dr Anthony Horton According to a ground-breaking study published on 10 February 2015, transatlantic aviation is the latest in a…

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Social Justice

How the Federal Family Court is failing

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By Tracie Aylmer I have no need for the family court. I have never used it, myself, nor will I see…

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The reality of Manus Island

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By Behrouz Boochani This is my answer to Peter Michael whose article (now behind a paywall) in The Herald Sun quoted…

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The Festering Seed at the Heart of Victim Blaming

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By Jennifer Ellem I’ve given a great deal of thought to this piece over the past weeks and have come to…

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Mining in Western Australia: The Implications of the Land Administration…

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By Logan Kean January 2016 saw the introduction of the Land Administration Amendment Bill, and it is intended to create some…

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Mr Turnbull, how do you plead?

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By Bruce Keogh Mr Turnbull, you are charged with crimes against humanity, how do you plead? We cannot let the empathy we…

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Behind the NBN raids: hypothetically speaking

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By Ken Wolff On Thursday 19 May the AFP raided the parliamentary offices of Stephen Conroy in Melbourne and the home…

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Your Say

"I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take…

The AIM Network

This statement by 'anonymous' is too good not to share! I have had an absolute gutful of this "government". Never ever…

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A Healthy Society

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By Nick Chapman, Independent NSW candidate for the Australian Senate Our lives revolve around our relationships with partners, family, friends and…

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Labor's Legacy Shines Through

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By Callen Sorensen-Karklis The 21st century Labor Party has a lot to offer Australians, despite being written off in recent times…

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