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Monday 23 January 2017 1 How time flies. Thursday 26th is Australia Day.…

March in March 2017: Are You Angry Enough…

Are you angry enough yet? That is the question March Australia would…

Pauline’s picks are on the nose

As someone who has railed against the rise of the political class…

Trump's First Day!

Ok, I'm going to try and be fair and remember that not…

NSW State architect rolls in his grave

By June Bullivant OAM NSW State architect rolls in his grave - 200…

In Times of Crisis, who are our True…

Yesterday, a heartbreaking tragedy occurred in the centre of Melbourne. Four people…

Day to Day Politics: The Trump report No…

Saturday 21 January 2017 By the time you have read this Donald Trump…

Giving a damn still matters

Yesterday, in the Melbourne CBD, James “Jimmy” Gargasoulas, 26, used a car…

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Day to Day Politics: How time flies when your incompetence…

John Lord

Monday 23 January 2017 1 How time flies. Thursday 26th is Australia Day. A day conspicuous for the arguments it raises as to whether it’s the best day to celebrate it or as some Indigenous folk would say it's "invasion day". It’s also the day we celebrate the selection of the Australian…

The Australian Government’s planned phase out of unleaded petrol is…

The AIM Network

By Dr Anthony Horton Earlier this week, the Australian Federal Government announced a plan to phase out unleaded petrol within 2 years. The basis of this plan is unleaded fuel sold in Australia has the highest sulphur concentration of 35 OECD countries – according to the current Australian fuel quality standards,…

Lawyers Call for a Royal Commission into Manus and Nauru…

The AIM Network

Media Release Sydney, Australia – 25 Dec, 16 - 10am In the wake of the latest death (acknowledged in Brisbane on 24.12.16) of Faysal Ishak Ahmed, a 27-year-old Sudanese refugee held on Manus Island the National Justice Project, the not-for-profit human rights law centre in Sydney, has demanded a prompt inquest into the circumstances of the death…

Trump's First Day!

Rossleigh

Ok, I'm going to try and be fair and remember that not all Trump supporters are bad. It's just the…

NSW State architect rolls in his grave

The AIM Network

By June Bullivant OAM NSW State architect rolls in his grave - 200 years later his work faces destruction. If Francis Greenway…

News and Politics

March in March 2017: Are You Angry Enough Yet?

Trish Corry

Are you angry enough yet? That is the question March Australia would like to know. In 2017, March in March…

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Pauline’s picks are on the nose

Kaye Lee

As someone who has railed against the rise of the political class myself, I can, to a degree, understand the…

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Trump's First Day!

Rossleigh

Ok, I'm going to try and be fair and remember that not all Trump supporters are bad. It's just the…

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In Times of Crisis, who are our True Leaders?

Trish Corry

Yesterday, a heartbreaking tragedy occurred in the centre of Melbourne. Four people are dead including a young child. In times…

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Day to Day Politics: The Trump report No 7. The…

John Lord

Saturday 21 January 2017 By the time you have read this Donald Trump will have been inaugurated as the 45th President…

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Giving a damn still matters

Jennifer Wilson

Yesterday, in the Melbourne CBD, James “Jimmy” Gargasoulas, 26, used a car to mow down dozens of pedestrians. He killed…

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Environment

Protecting the Sacred

The AIM Network

By R D Wood At present many of our best natural features are treated as a resource rather than the precious…

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Technology Population and Behaviour; Connecting the Dots

The AIM Network

By Sean Hurley Our species has come a long way since early human history; we have left behind the life of…

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Abrupt Climate Change: A Shallow Dip Displaying the Complexity of…

The AIM Network

By Keith Antonysen On a New Zealand radio station Guy McPherson suggested that humans would be extinct within 10 years, he…

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Social Justice

Family challenges David Dungay death in custody reports

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon Protest the Aboriginal Death in Custody of David Dungay (at Long Bay on December 29, 2015). A rally was…

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Politicians shame children for caring about others

Jennifer Wilson

You may have noticed yesterday’s minor furore over primary school children sending a petition to various politicians protesting the vileness,…

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We need to focus on justice for refugees, not ignore…

The AIM Network

By Kerry Fressard In the wake of two days of non-violent peaceful protest at Parliament, some sensationalist and hyperbolic media outlets…

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AIM Extra

NSW State architect rolls in his grave

The AIM Network

By June Bullivant OAM NSW State architect rolls in his grave - 200 years later his work faces destruction. If Francis Greenway…

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Urban Growth: NSW development application to subdivide and vandalise Australian…

The AIM Network

North Parramatta Residents Action Group (NPRAG) have been alerted to the fact that the State Government’s Development Arm UGNSW last…

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There's national pride in national precincts

The AIM Network

By R D Wood In 2011-12 alone, governments around Australia earned $5.5bn from gambling losses whereas $15bn ended up in ‘not-for-profit’…

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Your Say

Colin Barnett on a road to nowhere

The AIM Network

By Tracie Aylmer On Thursday 12 January 2017 I went to a protest in order to protect the Beeliar Wetlands. There…

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Hold our politicians to account? We can only try.

The AIM Network

By Neil Hogan I think the time has finally arrived where we call all politicians for what they have become: parasites. They…

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Dear Malcolm, will we ever see the courage of your…

The AIM Network

By Kyran O'Dwyer Dear Prime Minister. Bearing in mind it’s the ‘silly season’, I thought I would drop you a quick note…

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