Q&A reaction a sign of Panic.

When one analyses the furore over Zaky Mallah's appearance on Q&A two…

China Sends Coal (back) to Newcastle

No, this time it isn't satire and yes, I do acknowledge that…

A Media Watch definitely worth watching

ABC's Media Watch should be compulsory viewing. It's where we find the…

My Thoughts on the Week That Was

Saturday June 27 1 Do you ever wonder what happened to the debt…

Polyamory, says Betz, But I'm More Concerned About…

"If you undo the institution of marriage by redefining it for the…

"I wonder how the hell you can put…

Why should a five month old baby be sent to Nauru? "If…

From Little Acorns: The Unemployed Hit Back!

By Edward Eastwood Sauro -"call me, Sam", is standing in the front row…

Andrew Nikolickspittle

When Tony Abbott faced a leadership spill in February, newly elected MP…

«
»
Facebook

Latest Articles

  1. News and Politics
  2. Environment
  3. Social Justice
  4. Rossleigh
  5. Literature

Q&A reaction a sign of Panic.

John Kelly

When one analyses the furore over Zaky Mallah's appearance on Q&A two weeks ago it isn’t hard to see what the government is trying to do. In an interview with Malcolm Turnbull on Insiders last Sunday, Barry Cassidy attempted to force the issue. It is not often Malcolm is accused of…

Global food shock may be very close

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton A new peer reviewed risk assessment produced by Lloyd’s of London shows that humanity may be on the verge of collapse by 2050 unless significant effort is implemented to slow down the effects of global warming. The risk assessment discusses a scenario of three simultaneous disasters-a heatwave…

"I wonder how the hell you can put a baby…

The AIM Network

Why should a five month old baby be sent to Nauru? "If my son was living in the same conditions I’d be deemed an unfit parent" writes Eva Cripps in this compelling open letter to Tony Abbott. Dear Prime Minister, I know you are busy ‘securing our nation against…

China Sends Coal (back) to Newcastle

Rossleigh

No, this time it isn't satire and yes, I do acknowledge that these days it's very hard to tell! When I…

Impressions of Baraka

John Lord

Author's note: Barak is a documentary movie and can be viewed on YouTube. Featuring no conventional narrative, this film presents footage…

News and Politics

China Sends Coal (back) to Newcastle

Rossleigh

No, this time it isn't satire and yes, I do acknowledge that these days it's very hard to tell! When I…

Read more

My Thoughts on the Week That Was

John Lord

Saturday June 27 1 Do you ever wonder what happened to the debt crisis? That time when Abbott and Hockey used…

Read more

Andrew Nikolickspittle

Kaye Lee

When Tony Abbott faced a leadership spill in February, newly elected MP Andrew Nikolic seized an opportunity to ingratiate himself…

Read more

Tracking Abbott's Record: June Update

John Lord

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

Read more

White Trash on Heat

The AIM Network

By Ross Sharp It is another time, and it is another place, far, far away. New laws rule this land in this…

Read more

God bless

Kaye Lee

"May God bless you, may God bless your work, may God bless the country you are helping to protect and…

Read more

Environment

Renewables will overtake coal as long as climate pledges are…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) wind, solar and other renewables will overtake coal and become…

Read more

Cape York in Crisis

Kate O'Callaghan

Once again Cape York is in crisis. Tens of thousands of hectares of native bushland are being cleared on Cape York…

Read more

Calling "Game Over"

ozfenric

"Human-induced climate change is real. The risks of inaction are real and mounting." So Fairfax editorialised in this week's papers.…

Read more

Social Justice

Coalition tanks welfare

The AIM Network

By Keith Davis Coalition tanks welfare: We must stop their efforts to divide Australians. I am not for a second saying that…

Read more

Gay Marriage and why Australia is the developed country left…

The AIM Network

While many Australians are also celebrating the legalisation of same-sex marriage in the United States, they are appalled that our…

Read more

Resisting the tide of Australian extremism. If we don't, who…

The AIM Network

By Keith Davis Already we have the Nazi slogan of 'Work Will Make You Free' splattered heavily across our social welfare…

Read more

AIM Extra

A Media Watch definitely worth watching

Michael Taylor

ABC's Media Watch should be compulsory viewing. It's where we find the unsurprising revelation that the major media stories of…

Read more

Avoiding data retention

The AIM Network

In her article 'Good luck citizens, we're on our own' Sally Baxter warned that: Deep end or shallow, Australia’s data retention…

Read more

An amazing recovery

The AIM Network

After falling three storeys from a rooftop onto concrete in March last year, Paul McMahon’s loved ones feared the worst.…

Read more

Your Say

From Little Acorns: The Unemployed Hit Back!

The AIM Network

By Edward Eastwood Sauro -"call me, Sam", is standing in the front row of a line of protesters outside the Melbourne…

Read more

What do You Think?

John Lord

On Facebook every day I post one of my quotes as "My thought for the day". Yesterday it was this: "I don’t mind you having…

Read more

Your Opinion Please

John Lord

"Every morning the news seems so full of violence, death, environmental degradation, undermining of human rights and economic gloom. We…

Read more