Abbott’s disaster relief payment cuts are a disaster

  The town I live in and surrounding areas have just endured a…

Bespoke Assassins (Part 7)

Paul Dellit has written some excellent political articles for The AIMN, so…

Is Bill the ALP's Squishy Version of Tony?

Is Bill the ALP's squishy version of Tony, and if so, what…

Rock n Roll trolling, California-style

In a scene straight out of childhood, I was sitting at the…

Tracking Abbott's Wreckage: February Update

Tony Abbott has been in power since 7 September 2013. From that…

A Month in Politics: February

Author's note. Every day on Facebook I post general interest political comments…

The real stitch-up

Tony Abbott has been sneeringly yelling at anyone who will listen, if…

What If Abbott Had Become A Bishop?

Ok, it's been on the tip of my tongue. Or the back…

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Abbott’s disaster relief payment cuts are a disaster

Trish Corry

  The town I live in and surrounding areas have just endured a cyclone. The damage is heartbreaking. The stories from people and the hardship they are enduring are even more heartbreaking.   Through this experience, I no longer believe we live in a lucky country. The state of the economy and the…

Fire: what have we learned from the devastation?

The AIM Network

Some of the lessons learned from decades of studying major fires have been learned, and then forgotten, in a drive to simplify the message to the public, writes Graham Parton. Every major Australian bushfire is inevitably followed by an enquiry into what went wrong and an attempt to find out how…

ICC hits out at Tony Abbott over treatment of Gillian…

Michael Taylor

The appalling treatment of Human Rights Commission (HRC) president Gillian Triggs at the hands of Prime Minster Tony Abbott and Attorney General George Brandis has been well-documented over the last 24 hours. Her HRC report, titled The Forgotten Children, found immigration detention was a "dangerous place for children" and this obviously…

What If Abbott Had Become A Bishop?

Rossleigh

Ok, it's been on the tip of my tongue. Or the back of my mind. And anyway is there a…

Bespoke Assassins (Part 7)

The AIM Network

Paul Dellit has written some excellent political articles for The AIMN, so it came as some surprise that he is…

News and Politics

Is Bill the ALP's Squishy Version of Tony?

The AIM Network

Is Bill the ALP's squishy version of Tony, and if so, what is Malcolm? Paul G. Dellit offers a candid…

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Tracking Abbott's Wreckage: February Update

John Lord

Tony Abbott has been in power since 7 September 2013. From that moment, he and his government have broken promises…

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A Month in Politics: February

John Lord

Author's note. Every day on Facebook I post general interest political comments pertaining to the 24hour news cycle. Here they…

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The real stitch-up

Kaye Lee

Tony Abbott has been sneeringly yelling at anyone who will listen, if there are any of those left, that the…

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What If Abbott Had Become A Bishop?

Rossleigh

Ok, it's been on the tip of my tongue. Or the back of my mind. And anyway is there a…

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Assault and Battery: Government Policy on the Homeless, Unsafe Homes…

Rob Marsh

Workchoices may be making a sly return under a secret Abbott government plan to abolish minimum wage and penalty rates…

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Environment

The CSIRO and the missing climate change data

Michael Taylor

Kirsten Tona's article on Newpolitics.com.au - Government ignoring climate change while the planet burns (and published on The AIMN as…

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Canberra fiddles while Australia burns

The AIM Network

Despite the overwhelming evidence that the effects of climate change are having a devastating impact on present and future Australia,…

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A tree is for life, not just for Christmas!

Letitia McQuade

  There is something quite magical about trees. From the food we eat to the air we breath trees sustain us.…

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Social Justice

Sussan Ley updates the nation on Medicare

Robyn Oyeniyi

As any regular reader of my work is aware, I have been very vocal about the various changes to Medicare…

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Selective compassion

Robyn Oyeniyi

We must ask ourselves, are we truly a compassionate nation? https://twitter.com/WeTheVoters2013/status/567960839619084289 I am against the death penalty. I always have been and…

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Death Penalty: barbaric legalised murder by the state

TurnLeft2016

THE death penalty is sadistic violence perpetrated by those voted into government, murder to maintain and demonstrate power, if the…

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AIM Extra

Rock n Roll trolling, California-style

Sally Baxter

In a scene straight out of childhood, I was sitting at the breakfast table with my father the Big Baxter,…

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Meeting the 5th Estate

The AIM Network

Regular contributor and sometime guest columnist Sir ScotchMistery is organising a get-together for Brisbane based AIMN authors and readers. Over to…

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Dinner Time Science and Vegetarians

The AIM Network

Getting kids to eat at dinner time can often be a struggle. Matt Rae and his partner found that sometimes…

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