Let's be Honest: We Needed a Royal Commission

By Terence MillsThe murky depths of greed and incompetence within the financial…

Let’s be a little bit real

On Sunday, Financial Services Minister Kelly O’Dwyer finished her now infamous interview…

Day to Day Politics: Is Newspoll flirting with…

Tuesday 24 April 2018Statistics can be the most frustrating things with the…

Resetting the ethical compass

In 1982, a small number of people died in the US state…

Government’s institutional brutality (Part 3)

Part Twenty-eight of a history of European occupation, rule, and brutal imperialism…

How greed ruins good marketing

By Cal Sorensen-KarklisIn the 1987 film, Wall Street the fictional infamous Wall…

Day to Day Politics: What I think of…

Monday April 23 2018Conservatives were dragged kicking and screaming towards fairness in…

Hockey plays golf with Trump while banks are…

"He's a good golfer and good company", reports Joe Hockey, all atwitter…

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Let's be Honest: We Needed a Royal Commission

The AIM Network

By Terence MillsThe murky depths of greed and incompetence within the financial services sector, embracing banks, insurance companies, intermediaries and so called financial planners and retirement and investment counsellors, are being stripped bare by the Royal Commission and it’s not a pretty sight. In many respects what has been going…

A Fragmented Review of Climate Change

The AIM Network

By Keith AntonysenMunich Re which underwrites insurance companies has indicated that 2017's high costs for climate change are the "new normal". It could be regarded as merely an argument to increase premiums; except, a number of climate parameters suggest otherwise. Carbon Brief provides a summation of situations which have progressed over time:Oceans…

Fascism: History Repeats, Again

The AIM Network

By Loz Lawrey“... It was 1941. Europe was in flames. Spain had fallen to a ruthless dictator. Hitler had rolled over the continent, reduced France to an abject state, and was about to invade Russia. Concentration camps were filled with Jews (though we in America did not know much about…

Bankers, Tankers, Anchors And The Liberal Party...

Rossleigh

One of the things that I've learned over the years, is that being honest is usually you're best option. Of…

Government’s institutional brutality (Part 3)

The AIM Network

Part Twenty-eight of a history of European occupation, rule, and brutal imperialism of Indigenous Australia, by Dr George Venturini.Amnesty is…

News and Politics

Let’s be a little bit real

Kaye Lee

On Sunday, Financial Services Minister Kelly O’Dwyer finished her now infamous interview on Insiders with the indignant admonition “Let’s be…

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Day to Day Politics: Is Newspoll flirting with the figures?

John Lord

Tuesday 24 April 2018Statistics can be the most frustrating things with the stories they tell. Even on this blog, my…

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Resetting the ethical compass

The AIM Network

In 1982, a small number of people died in the US state of Illinois as a result of ingesting poison…

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Day to Day Politics: What I think of conservative, lying…

John Lord

Monday April 23 2018Conservatives were dragged kicking and screaming towards fairness in sexuality and marriage, refusing to do what they…

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Hockey plays golf with Trump while banks are hung out…

David Tyler

"He's a good golfer and good company", reports Joe Hockey, all atwitter at having played golf with Donald Trump Our nation…

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The Hypocrisy is Mind-Blowing

John Kelly

It’s hard to recall the last time we saw Barrie Cassidy take a blowtorch to a government minister on Insiders,…

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Environment

Warring on Plastic: David Attenborough, Britain and Environmental Missions

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Few documentaries have had quite this impact, so much so that it has ushered in the unfortunate combination of war…

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A Matter of Fifty Degrees: Climate Change in Australia

Dr Binoy Kampmark

A country baked to the core, its citizens roasted, an electricity grid battered to its limits.  Capital cities trapping scorching…

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Completely and totally at the mercy of the environment

Joseph Carli

Climate Change and its Effect on BiodiversityMy! ... That's a big one!Well, the name "Climate Change" speaks for itself. There's…

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Social Justice

A Fortress Mentality

Joseph Carli

If there is one particular action that is put in place by every person or agency that feels itself in…

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Yippee! International Women’s Day

The AIM Network

By Kyran O'DwyerOnce a year, we have global recognition of a ‘cause’, whereby ‘World Leaders’ and ‘Very Important People’ get…

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How to reject division

The AIM Network

By Loz Lawrey“Loz, you have no class”, she said. Shocked and confused, I felt my eyebrows arching. Was my sister-in-law's…

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AIM Extra

Government’s institutional brutality (Part 3)

The AIM Network

Part Twenty-eight of a history of European occupation, rule, and brutal imperialism of Indigenous Australia, by Dr George Venturini.Amnesty is…

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How greed ruins good marketing

The AIM Network

By Cal Sorensen-KarklisIn the 1987 film, Wall Street the fictional infamous Wall Street insider Gordon Gekko professed that greed is…

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Free speech, rugby, and religion

The AIM Network

By Brian MorrisFree speech can be contentious, with heated comment both for and against hot-button topics.But there’s often a…

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Connecting the dots

The AIM Network

By Leonie SaundersRecently I was asked by a friend and much-respected comrade what my thoughts were on the involvement of…

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The storm is coming

The AIM Network

By Christian MarxHow did it come to this? I am writing this article on the eve of a potential leadership…

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Diversifying 'Diversity'

The AIM Network

By Robert Wood‘Diversity’ has been a hot topic in public discourse recently in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia…

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