The Asia-Pacific scramble and a 'larger Australia'

Should Australian governments choose to shift—or be perceived to be shifting—against China,…

Imagine the uproar if the government shut down…

How quickly things change. In the 1990s the government's National Homelands Policy encouraged…

Whatever We Do, We Mustn't Tax The Brain,…

"We need to abolish the IRS and make the tax code fairer,…

Drugs and Depression

There is justifiable concern that depression and those suffering from it will…

Paul Sheehan And Any Evidence Will Do .…

This morning I made the mistake of reading the ramblings of Paul…

Good luck citizens, we’re on our own

Australia’s rush to embrace sweeping powers to access the digital footprints of…

The Liberals Managed Point One On John Kotter's…

My son is doing Year 12 Business Management, so I decided to…

Bespoke Assassins (Part 11)

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

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The Asia-Pacific scramble and a 'larger Australia'

The AIM Network

Should Australian governments choose to shift—or be perceived to be shifting—against China, the dangers for Australia will become exponentially greater. Dr Strobe Driver reports. Australia and Its Pathway Approximately one year has passed since Dr. Micheal Fullilove addressed the National Press Club with a speech entitled ‘A Larger Australia,’ in which he…

Snowy Hydro, Neoliberalism and the NSW Government: The Ugly Visage…

Rob Marsh

Australia’s energy policy is subject to regulatory and fiscal influence from all three levels of government, however only the State and Federal levels determine policy for primary industries such as coal. Coal, natural gas and oil-based products are currently the primary sources of Australia’s energy usage, despite the fact that 38%…

Imagine the uproar if the government shut down the water…

Michael Taylor

How quickly things change. In the 1990s the government's National Homelands Policy encouraged Indigenous Australians to return to their traditional lands where they could live in an environment that provided them with their social and spiritual needs. All that the government expected was that they had secure tenure over this land,…

Whatever We Do, We Mustn't Tax The Brain, Mr Hockey!

Rossleigh

"We need to abolish the IRS and make the tax code fairer, flatter, and simple enough that taxes fit on…

Bespoke Assassins (Part 11)

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

Whatever We Do, We Mustn't Tax The Brain, Mr Hockey!

Rossleigh

"We need to abolish the IRS and make the tax code fairer, flatter, and simple enough that taxes fit on…

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Paul Sheehan And Any Evidence Will Do . . .…

Rossleigh

This morning I made the mistake of reading the ramblings of Paul Sheehan. Now, because his lack of a coherent…

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Good luck citizens, we’re on our own

Sally Baxter

Australia’s rush to embrace sweeping powers to access the digital footprints of its citizenry has raised the existential age-old question:…

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The End of Politics? What absolute nonsense.

Kay Rollison

What’s with all these ‘end of’ theories? First we had Daniel Bell’s The End of Ideology: On the Exhaustion of…

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Bring back the CES

Kaye Lee

The Commonwealth Employment Service (CES) was an Australian Government employment agency that was established in 1946. With the successful election of…

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Prudent limitations

Kaye Lee

Two days before the 2013 Federal election Joe Hockey and Andrew Robb published a media release titled  Final update on…

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Environment

Dam them

The AIM Network

The attachment of the Liberal National Coalition to building new dams is going against the grain of history and should…

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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…

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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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Social Justice

Our great white God prefers white people

Michael Taylor

There are times in our lives when we witness or hear something that belittles an individual, the act of which…

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Australia Must Have Zero Tolerance for Online Hatred

The AIM Network

Freedom of speech is the bedrock of any democratic society, however, freedom of speech is not the only right that…

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What's in it for ME? Society's dilemma

Robyn Oyeniyi

Managing change is part of my day job. One of the catch phrases we use these days is “what’s in…

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AIM Extra

Drugs and Depression

The AIM Network

There is justifiable concern that depression and those suffering from it will be increasingly stigmatised as a consequence of the…

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iPad winners announced

The AIM Network

After 3 weeks the wait is over and the winners have been drawn. But before we announce the winners we would…

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Stopping the Travellers

The AIM Network

AIMN reader Anne N Byam shares some of her views with us. First, this Government will do absolutely NOTHING to improve…

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Your Say

It's just not cricket

Michael Taylor

Welcome to our weekly 'Your Say'. 'Your Say' is where readers can talk about anything they want. After last night's great win…

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There's always something to talk about

The AIM Network

There's always something to talk about. Certainly far more than we can write about. "What we need then" said our wise…

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