Is it a fact that all you need…

George Wright, Federal Secretary of the ALP is to be congratulated on…

Tony's A New Man, But Then So Was…

Over my morning breakfast, I perused an article in The Age about Tony Abbott's…

Of Fairy Tales and Sea Stories

The Intergenerational Report  has been roundly condemned by most sections of the…

The LNP's Public Finance Priorities: Liberal, Traditional or…

Denis Bright invites readers to deconstruct the flawed foundations of public finances…

Hockey shows imagination in his statistics but not…

On page vii of the Executive summary of the Intergenerational Report it…

How can we take them seriously?

The inter-generational report released yesterday is no more than a crafted opportunity…

The Tragedy of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran

The tragedy of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran is nearly at an…

Liberals' Ludicrous Logic OR If You Continued Walking…

The Intergenerational Report was released today. It was late. Which, I understand, is…

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Is it a fact that all you need is the…

Kay Rollison

George Wright, Federal Secretary of the ALP is to be congratulated on howtotalktoyourliberalmate.com.au, Labor’s attempt to use social media to connect with supporters, and to give them answers to some of the misinformation the Liberals and their media friends perpetuate. With 70% of the mainstream media against Labor, this is…

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…

International Women’s Day lunch venue highlights lack of understanding from…

The AIM Network

How out of touch is the government when it comes to addressing domestic violence? Totally, reports Jennifer Ellem. There are times when you hear something so utterly stupid in the news that for just a moment you assume it’s a comedy skit or satire.  Well yesterday was one of those days.…

Tony's A New Man, But Then So Was Campbell!

Rossleigh

Over my morning breakfast, I perused an article in The Age about Tony Abbott's reboot, where Michael Gordon told us: "Finally, he's done…

Book Review: End of the Night Girl, by Amy Matthews

Kay Rollison

End of the Night Girl was published in 2011, as part of the prize attached to an Adelaide Festival Award…

News and Politics

Tony's A New Man, But Then So Was Campbell!

Rossleigh

Over my morning breakfast, I perused an article in The Age about Tony Abbott's reboot, where Michael Gordon told us: "Finally, he's done…

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The LNP's Public Finance Priorities: Liberal, Traditional or Just Out-Dated?

The AIM Network

Denis Bright invites readers to deconstruct the flawed foundations of public finances in Australia’s Centre-Right LNP Government. Despite the futuristic…

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Of Fairy Tales and Sea Stories

The AIM Network

The Intergenerational Report  has been roundly condemned by most sections of the media, mainstream and social. Edward Eastwood throws in…

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Hockey shows imagination in his statistics but not his vision.

Kaye Lee

On page vii of the Executive summary of the Intergenerational Report it states that the life expectancies for men and…

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How can we take them seriously?

John Kelly

The inter-generational report released yesterday is no more than a crafted opportunity for those on the conservative side of politics…

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The Tragedy of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran

The AIM Network

The tragedy of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran is nearly at an end. Do they really deserve to die? Damian…

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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

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…

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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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AIM Extra

Is There a Demarcation Between Fine Art and Design?

John Lord

Can one discipline merge into the other? As I begin too write this essay I have in the background playing the…

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Keeping active if you have chronic conditions

Robyn Oyeniyi

Chronic conditions can strike at any age. For some conditions, such as the arthritis family, exercise is vital. Yet one…

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We're giving away an iPad

The AIM Network

Many people have emailed The AIMN to ask if we will be introducing a 'subscriber pays' system. The short answer to…

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