'Twiggy' refuses to rule out destruction of Aboriginal sacred sites

There are mining companies and then there are mining companies.  
Thousands of registered migration agents to lose accreditation with new legislation

New legislation affecting the roles of migration agents is a step backwards for industry profes ...  
'Press release journalism' favours Morrison and the Liberal Party

Of late, it has become increasingly frustrating to follow the news.  
Data trusts could secure our right to privacy

Data trusts could help to restore the balance between privacy and effective governance, writes ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: Australia suffering full-scale depression

Last week’s numbers brought us the bad news we were expecting: Australia has fallen into the ...  
Words are hollow: Australia can revive projects and manufacturing

Australia must grasp the opportunities of manufacturing, writes Nanette Radeck.  
Morrison and Murdoch take on Google and Facebook

It’s a tough world out there and it ain’t getting any easier.  
China policy: Our trading relationship is being ruined by the Right wing

Is the Australian Government serious about restoring the relationship with China? There are ...  
Recession: With recovery comes hidden risk

One of the less obvious dangers of Australia's recession is the role of vested interests in its ...  
Coalition plans on track — corporate slice of the nation’s pie hits all-time high

The process of shifting wealth and income from the poor and middle to the rich continues apace. ...  
The ABC and SBS are vital but can be strengthened

Australia’s public broadcasters would be strengthened by combining resources and prioritising ...  
The success of telehealth

COVID-19 has proved a catalyst in transforming telehealth services, writes Paul Budde.  
Telstra is going on to take the NBN monopoly

In a reversal of events, Telstra, being the former telecoms monopoly, is trying to take on NBN Co ...  
The failure of our leaders to act on climate change is frustrating

After a lack of action from the Government on climate change, it could be up to big businesses to ...  
How your donated clothes end up in Fijian superstores

Thousands of Australians and New Zealanders are donating “good used clothing” to a secondhand ...  
Why we must confront the racism of 'The Australian' cartoon

Yet again, 'The Australian' newspaper has published a racist cartoon.  
You want a strong economy? Start by raising corporate taxes

Prominent Australians, including the Treasurer, are urging corporate tax cuts. A smart move, or ...  
Call for an NBN user revolt to send a message to the Government

NBN Co has demonstrated its capability to offer greater capacity, yet the Government is encoura ...  

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