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It has always been my hope that I would one…

Rossleigh

Peter Dutton, unopposed. We need a girly thing to be Deputy to win women back... Suss Ley. Front runner. Oh god. I mean, oh god. I mean.... OH fucking God.... I mean. What can one say. Yep...         Like what we do at The AIMN? You'll like it even more knowing that your donation will help us to keep up the…

Hydroponic native plants to detox PFAS-contaminated water

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University of South Australia Media Release They’re the non-stick on Teflon cookware, the stain resistance in Scotchgard, and the suppression factor in firefighting foam, but while the staying power of PFAS chemicals was once revered, it’s now infamous as PFAS substances continue to infiltrate the environment and affect human health. Now, new…

The savagery of ignorance - We will decide

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By David Ayliffe “We will decide” When the savagery of ignorance makes the savagery of innocence The cruellest cut of all. “Who will come.” As the wise men drive past Eyes-glazed staring at the crying eyes of the children at the windows of their prison, hotel of leisure. “To this country.” They are determined to do nothing to ease that suffering of…

It has always been my hope that I would one…

Rossleigh

Peter Dutton, unopposed. We need a girly thing to be Deputy to win women back... Suss Ley. Front runner. Oh god. I mean, oh…

Judgment Day – A quick guide for voters

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By Steve Davies Australian Federal Election May 2022 Judgment Day – A quick guide for voters About this guide Now that the noisy political…

News and Politics

Dutton is not what this country needs, even in Opposition

Kaye Lee

If Peter Dutton is the best the Liberals can offer as an alternative Prime Minister, then they are destined to…

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Morrison reaped what he had sown

Mark Buckley

Writing this a couple of days after the most important election in Australian history, Australians did finally find their voices,…

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Reality bites

The AIM Network

By 2353NM Every political commentator in the land has their own personal opinion, most hide it and at least present a…

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Why We Should Ignore Women And Greenies!

Rossleigh

Let me imagine that my wife tells me that she's leaving me and when I ask her why, she tells…

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And so it came to pass

John Lord

And so it came to pass that truth persisted, hope survived and democracy will be restored. And so, it came to…

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Election 2022: Prospects for a New Multidimensional Era?

The AIM Network

By Denis Bright Election 2022 is more than a Labor victory. It opens the parliament of Australia to new voices from…

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Environment

La Trobe meets regional Net Zero targets

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La Trobe University Media Release La Trobe University’s Mildura and Shepparton campuses are officially Net Zero – the first Victorian university…

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This is really serious

RosemaryJ36

The latest report from the IPCC has been carefully crafted to avoid being thrown aside as alarmist and therefore untrustworthy. It…

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New tech makes eco-mining a reality for Rare Earths

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University of South Australia Media Release They’re the driving force behind electric vehicles and crucial to the manufacture of many high-tech…

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Social Justice

Australia’s structural cruelty goes beyond refugee policy

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By Stuart Rees Australia’s reprehensible treatment of refugees now goes beyond cruelty, and instead could be described as evil. Cruelty fostered by…

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Long-term immigration detention has again become a pointless exercise in…

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By Peter Hughes The Howard government released long-term detainees into the community, but the current Coalition government refuses to do so…

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The Omicron Murders?

Keith Davis

So who will speak on behalf of the dead? Will they ever lie as forgotten sacrifices in the putrid side…

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Judgment Day – A quick guide for voters

The AIM Network

By Steve Davies Australian Federal Election May 2022 Judgment Day – A quick guide for voters About this guide Now that the noisy political…

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Peter Dutton’s Defamation Defeat

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The occasions when an activist, writer or commentator triumph over defamation lawsuits launched by a thin-skinned politician are rare in…

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Morbid Matters: Estimating COVID-19 Mortality

Dr Binoy Kampmark

It has dominated news cycles, debates and policies since 2020, but COVID-19 continues to exercise the interest of number crunchers…

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Rogues and Spyware: Pegasus Strikes in Spain

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Weapons, lacking sentience and moral orientation, are there to be used by all. Once out, these creations can never be…

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Democracy forum: Aston

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Organised by Voices for Aston on Twitter @Voices4Aston This is your opportunity to meet your candidates. Every candidate standing in the seat…

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Greg Norman: Saudi Arabia’s Sportswashing Emissary

Dr Binoy Kampmark

As with previous breakaway religions thrilled by the prospect of the new, breakaway sporting competitions offer a chance to reassess…

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The day after, and the days ahead

Michael Springer

A few matters to say the day after the 2022 Federal Election. Firstly, from the aspect of my Federal seat of…

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Fly against the wind with me when you vote today

Jon Chesterson

What comes around once every three years and leaves us washed up in a sewer for the next three, ever…

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Why I'm voting for Labor

Michael Springer

Undoubtedly for some of you out there in this endless universe of social media you may well have still not…

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