Your Say: the 1967 Referendum

From Gary Pead It should be remembered in Referendum Week ​that in 1967…

Day to Day Politics: After-Budget Hangover.

Wednesday 24 May 2017 I’m having one of those days where I’m going…

At least I never said "Adani"...

Someone asked me how my wife feels about having our conversations repeated…

Day to Day Politics: Three cases of…

Tuesday 22 May 2017 1 I have for some time now been calling…

“Baa, baa, black sheep …”

By freef'all852 (Warning: This article contains words and language that may offend the…

No, the banks aren’t really scared

By Ross Hamilton A lot of Australians are fed up with the big…

Finding the pathway to humanity

A few weeks ago, an international peace conference was held in Cairo…

A sticky end for Mar a Lago Hillbillies…

“I put lipstick on a pig,” he said. “I feel a deep…

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Day to Day Politics: After-Budget Hangover.

John Lord

Wednesday 24 May 2017 I’m having one of those days where I’m going over all those things that I haven’t gotten around to reading since the budget. Catching up on things that friends have sent me. It occurs to me just how much information I take in on a daily basis.…

Book Review: Surviving the 21st Century

Robyn Dunphy

Surviving the 21st Century Humanity's Ten Great Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them is Julian Cribb's latest book. I was halfway through Chapter Two when I thought, "This book should be mandatory reading for every politician around the globe." Everyone, politician or not, can benefit and learn from the…

A Human Rights Act for Tasmania

Eva Cripps

Right now, the nation is gripped in conversation about health, education, families, housing and justice. The 2017 Federal Budget has just been handed down, and people are earnestly investigating what it personally means for them. Will the local school lose funding? Will a house ever be affordable? How much will a…

At least I never said "Adani"...

Rossleigh

Someone asked me how my wife feels about having our conversations repeated in my articles. Of course, I had to…

Refugee advocate slams Dutton's deadline

The AIM Network

Note: "Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has given 7,500 asylum seekers living in Australia until October to lodge an application for…

News and Politics

At least I never said "Adani"...

Rossleigh

Someone asked me how my wife feels about having our conversations repeated in my articles. Of course, I had to…

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Day to Day Politics: Three cases of lying by…

John Lord

Tuesday 22 May 2017 1 I have for some time now been calling out members of the Government who have been…

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No, the banks aren’t really scared

The AIM Network

By Ross Hamilton A lot of Australians are fed up with the big banks. While constantly trying to convince us via…

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Finding the pathway to humanity

Kaye Lee

A few weeks ago, an international peace conference was held in Cairo at Al Azhar University, the most prestigious centre…

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A sticky end for Mar a Lago Hillbillies as Washington…

David Tyler

“I put lipstick on a pig,” he said. “I feel a deep sense of remorse that I contributed to presenting…

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Doctor Who and the Obnoxious MP

Richard O'Brien

In a recent television interview government MP George Christensen claimed to be a lifelong Doctor Who fan. According to George…

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Environment

"Please let me know the truth about Adani"

The AIM Network

In supporting the Adani coal mine has Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk contradicted her pre-election promises to defend the Great Barrier…

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Let's talk about Energy subsidies

The AIM Network

By Peter McCarthy On March 13  2017, there was an opinion piece in the Australian Financial Review entitled Wind and Solar…

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Climate change, power and coal

The AIM Network

You may have noticed it’s been a bit hot lately. In fact, if you were born after 1985, you have…

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Social Justice

Five marks on the Tablet

The AIM Network

By freef'all852 Five marks on the Tablet, Three cuts in the Stone, Five loaves for the masses, Then it will all be gone … My…

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Indigenous suicide prevention in the Digital Age

The AIM Network

By Judith Crispin Aboriginal Australians are dying. Needlessly. We are losing three Aboriginal people a week to suicide, from a population that…

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Turning our backs on cultural diversity: thoughts on Harmony Week

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon Growing up in bland suburban 50s, 60s and 70s middle-class Australia was all about enforced conservative norms. You fitted…

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AIM Extra

Refugee advocate slams Dutton's deadline

The AIM Network

Note: "Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has given 7,500 asylum seekers living in Australia until October to lodge an application for…

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Moorebank Intermodal withholds notification of threatened plant discoveries

The AIM Network

Media release from RAID Moorebank Vice President, Jennifer French Did a Federal Government Business Enterprise knowingly withhold information from State Government…

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NRL and clubs have dropped the ball for the last…

The AIM Network

Media release from Drug-Safe Communities An inability to effectively reduce drug use in rugby league could see sponsorships, sponsors, club supporters and players…

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Your Say

Your Say: the 1967 Referendum

The AIM Network

From Gary Pead It should be remembered in Referendum Week ​that in 1967 Territorians (ie, citizens of the Northern Territory, the…

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“Baa, baa, black sheep …”

The AIM Network

By freef'all852 (Warning: This article contains words and language that may offend the LNP and the “genteel class” who claim the…

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"Now this Telstra plan’s a little bewdy, folks"

The AIM Network

By freef'all852 "Now this Telstra plan’s a little bewdy, folks … only one owner; a little old lady who only used…

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