"No emerging crisis so big the government can't…

A massive pall of smoke cloaks NSW and shrouds Canberra as the…

How Good Is Ignoring Just About Everything? OR…

Writing about education reminds me of when Trump was elected. When I…

What fate awaits PM Morrison?

By Grumpy Geezer  There can be little doubt that Brother ScoMo believes that…

A Troubled Family: NATO turns 70

Summit anniversaries are not usually this abysmally interesting. While those paying visits…

The spying on Timor-Leste case ... et cetera…

By Dr George Venturini  On 10 August two eminent former U.N. officials, Ramesh…

Ensuring there will be no integrity

I can’t even sit on my own verandah anymore.  Surrounded by smoke,…

Smart Bullets: No more boots on the ground?

We are continually told that AI and autonomous robotic entities will put…

George Christensen and other secrets. What do you…

We are all aware of the rorting of expenses by our politicians.…

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"No emerging crisis so big the government can't find a…

David Tyler

A massive pall of smoke cloaks NSW and shrouds Canberra as the state burns in a catastrophic mega-fire already the size of greater Sydney. Too big to put out, it could last for weeks. Or until rain falls. Meanwhile, Sydney itself joins the world's top ten most polluted cities as air…

Antarctic ice sheets could be at greater risk of melting…

The AIM Network

University of South Australia (UniSA) Media ReleaseAntarctica is the largest reservoir of ice on Earth – but new research by the University of South Australia suggests it could be at greater risk of melting than previously thought.Heat from the landmass beneath the Antarctic ice sheet is a major contributor to…

Failure to resettle remaining offshore detainees to cost Australia $1.2…

The AIM Network

Media Release New figures released today reveal that the Australian Government’s failure to finalise resettlement for 535 offshore detainees currently in PNG and Nauru could cost taxpayers $1.2 billion over the next 3 years.The independent economic modelling, commissioned by Save the Children Australia, the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre (ASRC) and GetUp,…

How Good Is Ignoring Just About Everything? OR Back To…

Rossleigh

Writing about education reminds me of when Trump was elected. When I wrote something critical of The Donald, a number…

A Troubled Family: NATO turns 70

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Summit anniversaries are not usually this abysmally interesting. While those paying visits to Watford, England on the occasion of the…

News and Politics

How Good Is Ignoring Just About Everything? OR Back To…

Rossleigh

Writing about education reminds me of when Trump was elected. When I wrote something critical of The Donald, a number…

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What fate awaits PM Morrison?

The AIM Network

By Grumpy Geezer  There can be little doubt that Brother ScoMo believes that he will one day recoup his happy clapper tithes by…

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Ensuring there will be no integrity

Kaye Lee

I can’t even sit on my own verandah anymore.  Surrounded by smoke, covered in ash, checking the RFS website regularly,…

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George Christensen and other secrets. What do you think?

John Lord

We are all aware of the rorting of expenses by our politicians. Who can forget Bronwyn Bishop’s famous helicopter rides,…

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High-Fives in Parliament, or were they salutes?

Terence Mills

Seeing Liberal Party goons in our parliament congratulating themselves and sharing high-fives following the repeal of the Medevac Laws was…

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Special Religious Education: Propaganda?

Dr Tim Jones

The NSW Education Department (the Department) guidelines say that between thirty minutes and an hour per week must be set…

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Environment

Wake up, Australia

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36  Some years back, there was a philosophy in mathematics education circles that students should be encouraged to create knowledge…

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Millions of coral babies ‘turbo-charged’ in floating nurseries to restore…

The AIM Network

Media release from the Southern Cross UniversityCoral researchers are working night and day on the Great Barrier Reef to complete…

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Climate Change: Is it now Benign or Catastrophic?

The AIM Network

By Keith AntonysenThe science of climate change began through Jean Fourier believing that the Earth could not hold warmth without…

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Social Justice

We older 'burdens' on society

Keith Davis

Here we go. Here we go. Yet again. Doesn’t pay to be over 60, does it?Here’s an excerpt from an…

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Money and power completely out of balance

The AIM Network

Reading today of Bill Gates being once more top of the tree of billionaires left me feeling a bit sick.I…

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The backlash of change

The AIM Network

By RosemaryJ36  When I was a child, “In the olden days” as my children when younger used to say, Robinson’s jams…

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AIM Extra

A Troubled Family: NATO turns 70

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Summit anniversaries are not usually this abysmally interesting. While those paying visits to Watford, England on the occasion of the…

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The spying on Timor-Leste case ... et cetera (part 9)

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini  On 10 August two eminent former U.N. officials, Ramesh Thakur, a former United Nations assistant secretary general,…

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Smart Bullets: No more boots on the ground?

Keith Davis

We are continually told that AI and autonomous robotic entities will put people out of work. Modern factory floors full…

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Going to the ICJ: Myanmar, Genocide and Aung San Suu…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Leaders currently in office rarely make an appearance before either the International Court of Justice or the International Criminal Court.…

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The spying on Timor-Leste case ... et cetera (part 8)

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini  ... et ceteraOn 28 June 2018 Mr. Andrew Wilkie M.P. told the Australian Parliament that Australian prosecutors…

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Julian Assange in Videoconference: The Spanish Case Takes a Turn

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Judge José de la Mata of Spain’s High Court, the Audiencia Nacional, had been facing a good deal of stonewalling…

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Your Say

Broad Church? Narrow Minds

The AIM Network

By Grumpy Geezer  "The Liberal Party is a broad church. You sometimes have to get the builders in to put in…

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Fact vs Faith – does religion deserve protection?

The AIM Network

By Rosemary J36I have a greater knowledge of the Christian faith, in its many sects, than I do of any…

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Toward constitutional recognition for our First Nations

The AIM Network

By Tjimpuna Ruby Anangu Mayatja Every First Nations/Tribes person is asking themselves what the next step in the Constitutional Recognition process…

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