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Albanese's Voice to Parliament referendum should be a no-brainer

Is a Voice to Parliament really such a difficult thing or is it a simple change?  
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EDITORIAL: Albanese's Voice to parliament referendum should be a no-brainer

It could be our geographic isolation that has kept Australia out of step with the modern world in ...  
All or nothing: Including a First Nations voice to Parliament

Changing the Constitution to include an Indigenous voice to Parliament would require other changes ...  
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Labor moves quickly on anti-corruption body — but who's watching the watchers?

Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus has moved quickly to set up a task force to get Labor's federal ...  
An Australian republic alive for the first time in two decades

A period in which Queen Elizabeth has celebrated her Platinum Jubilee for a new government to be ...  
Even in a Republic, the Commonwealth has a continuing role

We should not use public apathy towards Commonwealth Day and the current involvement of the royal ...  
Barty rewards believers, winning Aussie Open after 44-year drought

Ash Barty joins an elite club of only four other players to have won a major on all three surfaces ...  
Despite royal family’s scandals, Australia is unlikely to ditch monarchy

The royal family is facing its biggest crisis since the abdication of Edward VIII, as Prince ...  
Australian Republic Movement on track for reform

With Queen Elizabeth's reign nearing its end, the Australian Republic Movement is working on a new ...  
Prince Philip passes away, years after Australian knighting controversy

The death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh on 9 April 2021 at the age of 99 has brought ...  
Treasury knows: High levels of migration crucial to economic growth

Treasury's estimate of net overseas migration numbers lacks detail, meaning future economic growth ...  
The Apology was the start, not the end, of the reconciliation process

On 13 February 2008, then-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made the first federal government apology ...  
Despite ‘irresponsible journalism of the worst kind’, Murdoch gets a gong

News Corp chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch was given a lifetime achievement award on Australia Day. ...  
Courting awards and dog whistles on White Australia Day

There is a reason the debate is still raging about January 26 and it may not be one that immed ...  
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EDITORIAL: Courting awards and dog whistles on White Australia Day

There is a reason the debate is still raging about January 26 and it may not be one that ...  
Australia exists for the rich and powerful — but that can change

Australia isn't for its people but for plutocrats: for the billionaires, the coal barons, the ...  
Wren's week: Australia must reckon with its ugly history

Next Tuesday is Australia Day, a vexed day on the calendar.  
Real political reform must follow a consultative, coherent process

David Muir argues the Federal Government must put an end to the ad hoc process, or lack of proc ...  

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