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Returning to the office post-COVID: It's not set in concrete

The popular view is that once we've got on top of COVID-19 through vaccines, occupancy of offices ...  
Skilling Australians Fund: A fee for no service

Poorly drafted legislation to levy businesses that sponsor migrants for a work visa has resulted ...  
How we are trying to buy an identity in capitalist economies

Trade deals are not really about trade.  
Hitting the snooze button on Big Australia in the wake of COVID-19

Post pandemic, it will take more than just vaccines to put us on the road to a new and ecologic ...  
Australia's music scene plunges deeper into poverty

With more and more musicians leaving the industry out of economic necessity, we face a generation ...  
The risky business behind Morrison's submarine deal

The commitment of the Australian Government to build nuclear-powered submarines is a tale of ...  
Trevor St Baker and the latest push for nuclear energy

Following the Government’s AUKUS alliance, we have seen a new push from nuclear advocates for a ...  
Scott Morrison, what the bloody hell are you doing?

Time and time again, Scott Morrison has demonstrated that he is ill-equipped to serve in a posi ...  
Morrison and Frydenberg set multiple 'all-time worst' records on jobs

The Morrison years have been appalling for Australian workers. Alan Austin reveals the actual ...  
The value of a degrowth economy: Our planet would be richer for it

Decades of economic expansion have come at the expense of developing nations and a tremendous cost ...  
Unveiling T25: Telstra’s vision of its future

Telecommunications giant Telstra has announced a new program that will benefit both the company's ...  
Leigh Sales, Twitter and the power of the mainstream media

Leigh Sales' attack on Twitter and its users is indicative of the mainstream media's displeasure ...  
IA Book Club: Long Half-life – The Nuclear Industry in Australia

In his far-reaching review, Dr Evan Jones explores a book by Ian Lowe, which looks deep into ...  
Corporate 'greenwashing' a major obstacle in climate change fight

Businesses must stop "greenwashing" and take concrete steps to tackle climate change, writes G ...  
Morrison Government sets more 'worst ever' economic records

Virtually every new data release confirms Australia’s economic demise under Prime Minister ...  
A betrayal of farmers: The Nationals are lackeys for coal

The National Party has abandoned farmers in favour of caving into the demands of fossil fuel ...  
Morrison Government sets records in economic mismanagement

As the Coalition approaches the eighth anniversary of its election, Alan Austin surveys some of ...  
Ningaloo natural beauty under threat if Woodside has its way

If a precedent is set, allowing Woodside Energy to improperly dispose of a poorly maintained ...  

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