Australia’s poor old women

By Jane Caro  Despite women facing the wage gap, eventual poverty and possible…

Assange’s Thirteenth Day at the Old Bailey: Mental…

September 24. Central Criminal Court, London.The lion’s share of today’s Old Bailey…

Industrial relations reform talks breached again as deadline…

With less than a week to go in the scheduled agenda for…

The big lie

By Leonie Saunders  A little over two weeks have passed since I listened…

The death of hope

“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a…

Assange’s Twelfth Day at the Old Bailey: Autism,…

September 23. Central Criminal Court, London.Following the script sheet of the previous…

The forced sterilisation of women in detention is…

By Mikayla Chadwick  The headlines may have shocked the world, but the forced…

The $3.5 billion investment in the NBN is…

By Laurie Patton  The Coalition has announced that a further $3.5 billion will…

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Industrial relations reform talks breached again as deadline approaches

William Olson

With less than a week to go in the scheduled agenda for the industrial relations reforms negotiations which have been ongoing since early June, Sally McManus – national secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) – has voiced her displeasure over an apparent breakdown in the talks which…

‘Climigration’: Whole communities are moving due to climate change

The AIM Network

By Dr Tony Matthews  Climate change increasingly threatens communities all over the world. News of fires, floods and coastal erosion devastating lives and livelihoods seems almost constant. The latest fires in Queensland and New South Wales mark the start of the earliest bushfire season the states have ever seen.What happens when climate change…

The forced sterilisation of women in detention is nothing new

The AIM Network

By Mikayla Chadwick  The headlines may have shocked the world, but the forced sterilisation of immigrants in detention centres is not new, nor should it be surprising.The Irwin Country Detention Center (ICDC), a prison facility that detains immigrants in Georgia, has been subject to complaints about human rights violations for many years. This month, whistleblower…

Covid-19, Shark Attacks And Relativity.

Rossleigh

"The beach is shut!""Yes, we know. We're here to protest this outrageous attack on our human rights...""Look it's just a…

Assange’s Thirteenth Day at the Old Bailey: Mental Health, Managed…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

September 24. Central Criminal Court, London.The lion’s share of today’s Old Bailey proceedings in Julian Assange’s extradition trial was spent…

News and Politics

The death of hope

RosemaryJ36

“No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the…

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The $3.5 billion investment in the NBN is not an…

The AIM Network

By Laurie Patton  The Coalition has announced that a further $3.5 billion will be poured into the NBN. But, don’t get…

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Covid-19, Shark Attacks And Relativity.

Rossleigh

"The beach is shut!""Yes, we know. We're here to protest this outrageous attack on our human rights...""Look it's just a…

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On your bike, Roop!

Terence Mills

When Rupert Murdoch decided to shut down 112 regional newspapers around Australia he did it in the typical Murdoch fashion.…

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Internationally, unions fearful of Abbott’s past trade reputation

William Olson

Last month, former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott – in what can be best described as a sly move on…

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Stop the lies, Morrison. Your gas-led recovery is a toxic…

David Tyler

In any other universe, recovering from one public health crisis by worsening another would spark immediate backlash. An “asbestos led…

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Environment

Genetic secrets of kangaroo paws to be revealed

The AIM Network

Edith Cowan University Media ReleaseWestern Australian kangaroo paws are under the microscope as part of a quest to understand more…

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Priority in this pandemic must be solving people's problems, pontificating…

RosemaryJ36

The current crisis has fully disclosed the inability of the Coalition government, led by Scott Morrison, to understand how to…

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Maximising solar self-consumption by rethinking PV panel orientation

The AIM Network

University of South Australia Media ReleaseOver two million Australian households – more than 20 per cent – now have rooftop…

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Social Justice

Addressing the mental health needs of asylum seekers: A compassionate…

The AIM Network

University of South Australia Media ReleaseA new study by The University of South Australia has found mental health issues such…

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Vale Dave Graeber

Rossleigh

When one writes satire, it's sometimes hard to write something serious and have people realise that you're actually just writing…

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no more the SILENCE

Keith Davis

Have a good look at this photo …Now have a good look at this photo …Look at the degradation and…

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AIM Extra

Assange’s Thirteenth Day at the Old Bailey: Mental Health, Managed…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

September 24. Central Criminal Court, London.The lion’s share of today’s Old Bailey proceedings in Julian Assange’s extradition trial was spent…

Read more

Assange’s Twelfth Day at the Old Bailey: Autism, Suicide and…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

September 23. Central Criminal Court, London.Following the script sheet of the previous day, the non sequitur, pop medical view of…

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Assange’s Eleventh Day at the Old Bailey: Suicide, Hallucinations and…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

September 22. Central Criminal Court, London.Today, the prosecutors in the Julian Assange case did their show trial predecessors from other…

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“Boys State”: An Australian Perspective

John Lord

If you have an Apple TV as I do you will no doubt have watched this boisterous flamboyant documentary, Boys…

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Assange’s Tenth Day at the Old Bailey: Bolting Horses, Death…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

September 21. Central Criminal Court, London.Today was one of reiteration and expansion. Computer scientist Christian Grothoff of the Bern University…

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Truth be known

The AIM Network

By Robert Stygall  A new mutant strain of Covid emerged – to be known as Covid-X. This was even more virulent…

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Your Say

Australia’s poor old women

The AIM Network

By Jane Caro  Despite women facing the wage gap, eventual poverty and possible homelessness, the government is quite happy to blame…

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The big lie

The AIM Network

By Leonie Saunders  A little over two weeks have passed since I listened intently to the presenter of the ABC’s Statewide…

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Will the pandemic force us to recognise how privileged we…

The AIM Network

By Claire Harris  With a pandemic sweeping across the globe, I’m wondering if this is the moment when we finally realise…

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