Remember when they had vision

It seems Prime Minister Anthony Albanese does. In Brisbane this week he…

Secret Agreements: The Australian-Israel Defence Memorandum of Understanding

While the Australian government continues to pirouette with shallow constancy on the…

Government heat map ‘wake up call’ to stop…

Climate Media Centre Advocacy groups have welcomed the release of the Federal Government’s…

Compulsory income management doing more harm than good:…

Charles Darwin University Media Release Compulsory income management (CIM) in the Northern Territory…

Flicker of Hope: Biden’s Throwaway Lines on Assange

Walking stiffly, largely distracted, and struggling to focus on the bare essentials,…

Seizing a Future Made in Australia

Climate Council Media Release THE CLIMATE COUNCIL celebrates today's announcement that the Future…

The Meanjin essay: The Voice and Australia's democracy…

With Stephen Charles AO KC The dire state of truth in Australia’s civic…

Haunted by waters

By James Moore We were young when we lived near the Rio Grande…

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Remember when they had vision

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It seems Prime Minister Anthony Albanese does. In Brisbane this week he announced that the ALP Government would be considering legislation that would bring some high technology manufacturing back to Australia. While some of us may be pining for the return of the ‘Aussie designed and made’ Holden or Ford,…

Government heat map ‘wake up call’ to stop burning fossil…

The AIM Network

Climate Media Centre Advocacy groups have welcomed the release of the Federal Government’s announcement of a heat mapping tool to assist affected communities deal with the worst of extreme heat, but have called on government to do more to address the root cause, climate change caused by the continued use of…

Existing funds could put a roof over the head of…

The AIM Network

Community Housing Industry Association Media Release An additional 2,090 homes housing more than 4,000 young people experiencing homelessness could be built by drawing on $1 billion already set aside by the Commonwealth, according to new modelling that will be presented to federal politicians in Canberra today. The money was allocated last year to the…

Anyone Who Votes For Peter Dutton Will Die!

Rossleigh

Ok, I did consider giving this the heading: "Anyone who confuses correlation and causation will die!" However, that would have mean…

Compulsory income management doing more harm than good: Study

The AIM Network

Charles Darwin University Media Release Compulsory income management (CIM) in the Northern Territory is perceived to be ineffective in reducing harm,…

Politics

Secret Agreements: The Australian-Israel Defence Memorandum of Understanding

Dr Binoy Kampmark

While the Australian government continues to pirouette with shallow constancy on the issue of Israel’s war in Gaza, making vacuous…

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The Meanjin essay: The Voice and Australia's democracy crisis

Lucy Hamilton

With Stephen Charles AO KC The dire state of truth in Australia’s civic space crystalised in 2023. We had seen the…

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The Lehrmann show may hasten the demise of a hopelessly…

David Tyler

When Taylor Auerbach gets revenge on Seven West Media, Bruce Lehrmann and his former close friend, Steve “Jacko” Jackson, producer…

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The Harman Undertaking

Dr Jennifer Wilson

A most disturbing revelation, with profound repercussions for victims of rape and sexual assault, was made by former Channel Seven…

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Aukusing for War: The Real Target Is China

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The occasional burst of candour from US diplomats provides a striking, air clearing difference to their Australian and British counterparts.…

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The Gaza Genocide and The West: Some Inconvenient Truths

Dr John Smith

The utter slaughter, ethnic cleansing and genocide that Israel has carried out over the last six months has, of course,…

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Environment

Seizing a Future Made in Australia

The AIM Network

Climate Council Media Release THE CLIMATE COUNCIL celebrates today's announcement that the Future Made In Australia Act is soon to roll…

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Imperial Fruit: Bananas, Costs and Climate Change

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The curved course of the ubiquitous banana has often been the peel of empire, its sweetness masking a sharp, bitter…

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Government approves Santos Barossa pipeline and sea dumping

The AIM Network

The Australia Institute Media Release Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek’s Department has approved a major part of Santos’ controversial Barossa gas export…

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Social Justice

Palm Sunday wrap

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon Palm Sunday rallies bring together Jew and Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, many varieties of Christian, humanists and atheists to…

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Palm Sunday Walk for Justice and Peace

The AIM Network

The Refugee Advocacy Network About the Palm Sunday Walk for Justice and Peace - Melbourne, 24 March 2024 Since 2014, the Refugee…

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ACFID welcomes Australian Government’s reinstatement of funding to UNRWA

The AIM Network

Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Media Release The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID), the peak body for humanitarian and…

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AIM Extra

Compulsory income management doing more harm than good: Study

The AIM Network

Charles Darwin University Media Release Compulsory income management (CIM) in the Northern Territory is perceived to be ineffective in reducing harm,…

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Flicker of Hope: Biden’s Throwaway Lines on Assange

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Walking stiffly, largely distracted, and struggling to focus on the bare essentials, US President Joe Biden was keeping company with…

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Haunted by waters

The AIM Network

By James Moore We were young when we lived near the Rio Grande and sometimes on Fridays the boss took us…

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An Open Letter: Save Toondah - it’s the Vibe…

The AIM Network

By Callen Sorensen Karklis Dear Readers, Seventeen years ago I was inspired by the change that the 2007 federal election saw…

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New home starts sink to 11-year low

The AIM Network

The latest building activity data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has confirmed there is still a long way…

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Death by Algorithm: Israel’s AI War in Gaza

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Remorseless killing at the initiation of artificial intelligence has been the subject of nail-biting concern for various members of computer-digital…

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Your Say

The price of victimhood: The Higgins/Lehrmann gravy train

The AIM Network

By Bert Hetebry I’m not much good at sums, but I can imagine the cost of repairing damaged egos as the…

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I need the right to discriminate!

The AIM Network

By Bert Hetebry Truth be told, we really would like other people to be a little more like we are. We…

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If The Jackboots Actually Fit …

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon If The Jackboots Actually Fit … Why Does Labor Keep Tripping Over Its Own Feet? On Tuesday, a bunch…

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