Fox and Friends praise Australia's mistreatment of immigrants

Tony Abbott didn't win many friends in America with his less than…

When the PM normalises lying

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The downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17 (as observed…

The entire Australian political establishment seized on the tragic deaths of 298…

This Christmas Don't Start Political Arguments, Finish Them…

Ok, as for the promise in the title, I'm saving that till…

Yes…We are better than this!

If you were watching ‘The Project’ on Channel 10, Tuesday night you…

The Schism and the ABC

The ABC and SBS provide tangible social benefits to Australia and contribute…

We already crowdfund the ABC

I know the person on Twitter who suggested that we could all…

Book Review: V is for Vengeance and W…

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Fox and Friends praise Australia's mistreatment of immigrants

The AIM Network

Tony Abbott didn't win many friends in America with his less than impressive performance at the recent G20. But he does have one friend in America - Rupert Murdoch - and as in Australia, his media empire grabs any opportunity it can to promote Abbott above his capabilities. Now they…

Draining the Lifeblood - Fracking the Great Artesian Basin

Kate O'Callaghan

The NSW Baird government is pushing ahead with plans to expand the state’s coal seam gas industry, after getting the green light from NSW chief scientist Mary O’Kane last week. O’Kane delivered her final report to the Baird government about the state of the CSG industry in NSW, following 19…

Labor should stop the boats...

Kay Rollison

It is to be hoped that the Shadow Minister for Immigration Richard Marles’s recent thought bubble suggesting that an ALP government would continue to tow back the boats has been well and truly pricked. But his foolish comment shows how much of a policy limbo Labor is in on asylum…

This Christmas Don't Start Political Arguments, Finish Them With This…

Rossleigh

Ok, as for the promise in the title, I'm saving that till the end. (All right, I know you can…

Book Review: V is for Vengeance and W is for…

Kay Rollison

Some time ago I wrote about Sue Grafton’s alphabet crime stories featuring Kinsey Millhone – A is for Alibi, B…

Politics

When the PM normalises lying

Jennifer Wilson

"It is an absolute principle of democracy that governments should not and must not say one thing before an election…

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This Christmas Don't Start Political Arguments, Finish Them With This…

Rossleigh

Ok, as for the promise in the title, I'm saving that till the end. (All right, I know you can…

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The Schism and the ABC

The AIM Network

The ABC and SBS provide tangible social benefits to Australia and contribute hugely to our cultural and intellectual life, writes…

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Yes…We are better than this!

John Kelly

If you were watching ‘The Project’ on Channel 10, Tuesday night you may have seen veteran Australian actor, Bryan Brown…

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We already crowdfund the ABC

Victoria Rollison

I know the person on Twitter who suggested that we could all crowdfund the ABC to save the 400 jobs…

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Did Noel Pearson just use the ‘n’ word?

Sean Stinson

Back in January of this year I submitted a question to ABC’s Q&A specifically directed to panellist Malcolm Turnbull. The…

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Environment

Property developer turns over a new "green" leaf

The AIM Network

The construction industry is paying much closer attention to sustainability and energy efficiency, reports Dr Anthony Horton. One of Australia’s largest…

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RET 2.0 - Or Is It?

Michael Taylor

Dr Anthony Horton reports that although the renewal energy industry is becoming increasingly competitive, international investors are turning their backs…

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Australia awarded last place in the Global Green Economy Index

Michael Taylor

In a mere two years Australia has fallen from a ranking of 4th to 37th in supporting clean energy to…

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Social Justice

Why remaining silent on the fight for other people's wages…

Trish Corry

Originally published on Polyfeministix Many Australians will shy away from talking about, discussing and signing petitions that fight for the rights…

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University musings

Kay Rollison

I read with interest Don Watson’s crie de coeur from 2012 from the archives of The Monthly, which posted it…

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We are sending asylum seekers back to Indonesia so they…

The AIM Network

In Haneef Hussain's recent article on The AIMN he told us why he and other family members fled their native…

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The downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17 (as observed from Australia)…

The AIM Network

The entire Australian political establishment seized on the tragic deaths of 298 people in the crash of MH17 in Ukraine…

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Change is a process . . . not an event

John Lord

"The secret of change is to focus all your energy on not fighting the old, but on building the future." Socrates. I…

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Good versus evil

The AIM Network

Good, Evil: IS and the Coalition. "Good" and "Evil": do these words actually mean anything? I think they do. I remember Dubya…

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