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Australia's racial terrorism

By Jennifer Michels Wednesday 24th February I was horrified, shortly before I went…

The only jobs the Nats are concerned about…

When you have a leader whose most memorable contribution has been a…

Industry partnership delivers real world training in homelessness

Media Release from Medianet RMIT students are gaining a unique perspective through the first homelessness and housing course developed in…

Jellyfish, not jaws what we fear in the…

University of South Australia Media Release As the weather heats up this week,…

Refriended in Defeat: Australia Strikes a Deal with…

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If you’re a woman in Parliament House, nobody…

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“He said, she said”: How Dutton is attempting to control…

Dr Jennifer Wilson

One of the greatest challenges for a political commentator in recent years has been keeping track of the Morrison government’s lies and obfuscations. These have escalated considerably in the last couple of weeks, since former media advisor Brittany Higgins revealed she had allegedly been raped in Parliament House by a senior staffer. Since then, ministers,…

Jellyfish, not jaws what we fear in the ocean

The AIM Network

University of South Australia Media Release As the weather heats up this week, shark sightings and the possibility of an encounter will again become a popular topic of conversation. And if mass media accounts are anything to go by, you would be forgiven for thinking we all share this fear of…

Industry partnership delivers real world training in homelessness

The AIM Network

Media Release from Medianet RMIT students are gaining a unique perspective through the first homelessness and housing course developed in collaboration with industry. The popular summer intensive is part of an industry partnership between RMIT and Unison Housing. Course coordinator and Deputy Director of the Unison Housing Research Lab at RMIT Dr Juliet Watson said the course - currently running for the fourth time - covered homelessness from policy, practice and research perspectives. “We break down…

Investigation Into What Prime Minister And His Office Knew Concludes…

Rossleigh

Phil: Ok, I've interviewed the rest of the staff and, with your permission, Mr Morrison, I need to ask you…

War Mongering for Artificial Intelligence

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The ghost of Edward Teller must have been doing the rounds between members of the National Commission on Artificial Intelligence.…

News and Politics

The only jobs the Nats are concerned about are their…

Kaye Lee

When you have a leader whose most memorable contribution has been a rather tragic Elvis impersonation, I guess it’s understandable…

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Refriended in Defeat: Australia Strikes a Deal with Facebook

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The Australian Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, was unconvincing in his efforts to summon up courage. The Australian government had been left…

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If you’re a woman in Parliament House, nobody hears you…

Dr Jennifer Wilson

Over the last few days, no less than five federal government ministers have publicly stated their support for Prime Minister Scott…

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Finding the truth and reporting it is more important than…

John Lord

1 The journalist who broke the story about the rape in the Minister's office, Samantha Maiden said on ABC Insiders…

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Investigation Into What Prime Minister And His Office Knew Concludes…

Rossleigh

Phil: Ok, I've interviewed the rest of the staff and, with your permission, Mr Morrison, I need to ask you…

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Bubble Politics

The AIM Network

By Ad astra As we emerge from four years of disastrous Trump politics, fervently hoping for a modicum of normality in…

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Environment

Cleaning up renewable energy: stewardship strategies for solar panels and…

The AIM Network

University of South Australia Media Release Researchers at the University of South Australia are leading a national push to ensure the…

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Climate Change Submission

The AIM Network

By Keith Antonysen Below is my submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry of Zali Steggall's Climate Bill. The science of climate change has…

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Environmental Capitalism and Climate Change Wars: Australia in 2000

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The Australian was convinced. “Australia could have avoided two decades of climate change wars had the Howard government pushed ahead…

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Social Justice

Invitation To Country

Keith Davis

[Extract: By the 22nd Century, perhaps earlier, it is my belief that the Uluru Statement From the Heart will be…

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Wake up, Australia!

RosemaryJ36

It is true that 2020 is behind us and that various vaccines for COVID-19, claimed to be effective, are in…

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Qantas workers cannot be denied sick leave, says ACTU

William Olson

The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), in keeping with their reputation to doing anything to ensure that the nation’s…

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AIM Extra

War Mongering for Artificial Intelligence

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The ghost of Edward Teller must have been doing the rounds between members of the National Commission on Artificial Intelligence.…

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The Last Humans on Mars ...

Keith Davis

(Author: I'm currently working on a Space Elevator article, however, since Mars is all go at the moment I've dug…

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Was COVID-19 born in the United States? (part 7)

The AIM Network

Continued from: Was COVID-19 born in the United States? (part 6) By Outsider Two waves of outrage greeted the news on 9 September…

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Morons, Vaccines and Tennis: Booing at the Australian Open

Dr Binoy Kampmark

It was a fittingly poor conclusion to a tournament that risked being cancelled, run to ground, or even rendered stillborn.…

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Citizen's post to Facebook

Jon Chesterson

ABC NEWS, 22 Februry 2021 – ‘Government to escalate Facebook feud by pulling advertising spend potentially worth millions of dollars’. Yay!…

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Down The Aisle ... Your Shopping Correspondent

Joseph Carli

With Ambrose Quint Series 3 #1 Down the Aisle Your shopping correspondent. Happy specials, shoppers! They gotta do something about these trolleys. They just aren’t…

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Australia's racial terrorism

The AIM Network

By Jennifer Michels Wednesday 24th February I was horrified, shortly before I went to bed the night before I spotted an…

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Travesty - a false or distorted misrepresentation of something

The AIM Network

By Leonie Saunders What the Morrison government aided and abetted by the ineptitude of a sycophantic Opposition is a travesty. Comparing Facebook…

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Some Context for “Australia Day” – How to really fix…

The AIM Network

By Callen Sorensen Karklis I’m sure a great deal of the readers here are familiar with the Change the Date campaign,…

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