Where Did All His Readers Go?

Last week I found myself without access to the internet. It only…

With all that is wrong with Australia, all…

I truly detest how this country is treating asylum seekers and I…

Scare Campaigns Hide an Economic Void

Just eight weeks after the release of the 2015-16 Federal Budget, one…

Vote For Tony Abbott Because Consistency And Focus…

Now, there's one thing I love and that's consistency. I'm not going…

Understanding 'Abbott-Speak' - Truthiness to English Dictionary

Listening to Tony Abbott speak can be confusing. One day he's saying…

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Where Did All His Readers Go?

John Lord

Last week I found myself without access to the internet. It only lasted a day and a bit, thankfully, but it did bring home to me just how reliant I am on it. The pause, however, did give me reason to think about how very differently I consume information now…

Still being lied to

ozfenric

So it seems that Bill Shorten will be taking a proposal for a 50% renewable target by 2030 to Labor's national conference in Melbourne this weekend. Accordingly, climate change is shaping up to be a major battleground for the next election - probably much to Abbott's chagrin. On this argument,…

Some thoughts on compassion

The AIM Network

Our fears towards asylum seekers are unfounded, but they are enough to sway elections writes Professor Emerita Marian Quartly. Psychologists argue that the world is suffering from compassion fatigue – secondary traumatic stress caused by overexposure to suffering. That’s got to be a first world problem! The poor worked out long…

Vote For Tony Abbott Because Consistency And Focus Mean Everything…

Rossleigh

Now, there's one thing I love and that's consistency. I'm not going to talk about my first wife, or even…

Where does Archaeology fit in the Conversation with Art?

John Lord

Some years ago while studying for a degree in fine art we were asked to write an essay on the…

News and Politics

With all that is wrong with Australia, all we hear…

Michael Taylor

I truly detest how this country is treating asylum seekers and I detest the policies of both the Coalition and…

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Scare Campaigns Hide an Economic Void

John Kelly

Just eight weeks after the release of the 2015-16 Federal Budget, one that the MSM will tell you was well…

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Vote For Tony Abbott Because Consistency And Focus Mean Everything…

Rossleigh

Now, there's one thing I love and that's consistency. I'm not going to talk about my first wife, or even…

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Understanding 'Abbott-Speak' - Truthiness to English Dictionary

Kate M

Listening to Tony Abbott speak can be confusing. One day he's saying something like "Let me be as categoric as…

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Leadership, scandal, and the political process

Kaye Lee

When sitting Liberal Prime Minister John Howard lost his seat in the 2007 Federal election, three people raised their hand…

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Better economic managers?

Kaye Lee

It is in the nature of human beings to remember the past with rose-coloured glasses. Remembering the good bits and…

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Environment

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…

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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…

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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…

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Social Justice

Australian Compendium

The AIM Network

By Keith Davis There is so much to love about Australia. We love living here, and visiting celebrities are wise enough…

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Can we talk about the grey?

Victoria Rollison

While the Labor Party debates their asylum seeker policy at their national conference this weekend, grappling with the task of…

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"What about my rights?"

Eva Cripps

It would be easy to assume that the Government of a country founded on democratic principles and the rule of…

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Sometime later this afternoon/this evening The AIMN will be offline for about an hour while our server is being rebooted. Everything…

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The Whitlam SJ Model – the small electric car that…

Roswell

By Keith Davis Ford, General Motors, and Toyota have pulled the pin on us and tens of thousands of Australians are…

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Let's tell Greg Hunt what we think

Roswell

At last, an email from the Labor Party not asking me to sign a petition. Instead, urging me to get…

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Your Say

Why didn't Tony tell Bronwyn to pay the money back?

Roswell

There's something odd about Bronwyn Bishop and Sophie Mirabella's wedding. You most probably think that the odd thing is "why would…

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The light on the hill is our line in the…

The AIM Network

By Loz Lawrey In the Australian political sphere, clear, well-defined and distinct philosophical approaches have always informed policymaking on both sides…

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Tony said what?

Roswell

I don't like listening to Tony Abbott at the best of times, but sometimes he comes out with some absolute…

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