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Our politicians must be held accountable

Each year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) publishes, in its annual World…

Day to Day Politics: The ABC of injustice.

Thursday 27 July 2016 The ABC's revelation about the manifestly unreasonable treatment of…

Would we have an LNP government now if…

If you look back at the last thirty Australian Federal Elections, the Australian Labor…

Royal Commissions and the LNP

By Tracie Aylmer The 4Corners program into torture within children’s detention centres in…

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George Pell - When There's Smoke, There's A New Pope…

Rossleigh

Ok, I'm going to stick by my principles here, because if you don't stick by your principles, what are you? In the end, you're just another Malcolm Turnbull... All right, I know that some of you are going to point out that Malcolm's principles have always been pretty fluid, but that's…

Analysis of the world’s 500 largest companies puts a spotlight…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton A recent report on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions performance of the world’s largest 500 companies between 2010 and 2015 is designed to be a starting point for discussions between the business community, its customers, suppliers, employees and Governments to reduce emissions. As part of fighting climate…

An open letter to all the bigoted, hypocritical politicians of…

The AIM Network

I am a concerned Australian citizen writing to you today, the evening after the election, concerning marriage equality. Now whilst you are all sitting back, some with relief at being re-elected, some spitting chips at losing, and some hanging in the balance, I ask you take time to think of how…

George Pell - When There's Smoke, There's A New Pope…

Rossleigh

Ok, I'm going to stick by my principles here, because if you don't stick by your principles, what are you?…

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

Ever wondered why the Nationals have seven times as many…

Kate M

Earlier this week I wrote about inaccuracies in our voting system which are impacting  who wins government. I showed how…

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People power

Kaye Lee

Never has there been a better time for people to exert their power. As we have seen, nervous politicians with a…

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Our politicians must be held accountable

Kaye Lee

Each year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) publishes, in its annual World Energy Outlooks (WEOs), its perspectives on the energy…

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Day to Day Politics: The ABC of injustice.

John Lord

Thursday 27 July 2016 The ABC's revelation about the manifestly unreasonable treatment of teenage boys in detention in the Northern Territory…

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Would we have an LNP government now if we used…

Kate M

If you look back at the last thirty Australian Federal Elections, the Australian Labor and Liberal National Parties have won the countrywide…

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Why is there so much anger?

The AIM Network

By Ad astra No matter when we listen to the news, watch TV, or browse social media, the pervading emotion in…

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Environment

A pioneering partnership has Adelaide on track to be the…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton A number of my most recent articles have been predominantly focused on the economic issues associated with…

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Environmental policy implications of Brexit must be given priority in…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton In the wake of the Brexit vote, I have chosen to devote this article to discussing what…

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Coal peddlers are far more dangerous than heroin peddlers

The AIM Network

By James Moylan The science is settled regarding the relationship of atmospheric C02 and average atmospheric temperature. Ice cores demonstrate a…

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Social Justice

‘Chalk your Support’ campaign launches, welcomes refugees

The AIM Network

Below is a media alert announcing this Sunday’s launch of ‘Chalk your Support’, an initiative that aims to mobilise Australians…

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Is Australia breaching UN sanctions against the Democratic Republic of…

The AIM Network

By Tracie Aylmer Many of you may wonder why the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - a country far away in…

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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…

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AIM Extra

The facets of Australian fascism: the Abbott Government experiment (Part…

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini* Conclusions? This much is certain: no all purpose definition of Fascism is possible. Mussolini’s was born republican and…

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The facets of Australian fascism: the Abbott Government experiment (Part…

The AIM Network

By Dr George Venturini* Testing the thesis . . . Fraudulent elections (continued) The consequence of this monstrous system after the 2010…

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War in a public place: The Bastille Day attack, the…

The AIM Network

By Dr Strobe Driver Introduction As difficult as it is to write on such a recent event in a clinical way, due…

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Royal Commissions and the LNP

The AIM Network

By Tracie Aylmer The 4Corners program into torture within children’s detention centres in the Northern Territory must have really shocked a…

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Dear World, please accept our invitation to re-settle Pauline Hanson

The AIM Network

By Erin Chew Dear World, My name is Erin, and I am a proud Australian. I also come from an Asian background. My…

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A Morbid Fear of Intelligence

The AIM Network

 By Ross Sharp July 13, 2016, ABC’s “7.30 Report” begins. An interview with Wyatt Roy, the youngest person ever to be elected to…

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