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Neoliberal principles guide journalism in Australia

Journalists have the power to frame reality for audiences, because they set the standards for what ...  
ABC’s Insiders doesn't serve its viewers or the nation

The case for a review of Insiders and sacking its producers, presenter and most regular guests ...  
America pays to oppose Argentine Packaging Law

With corporate profits being threatened, America has offered bribes to oppose new environmental ...  
China increases cyberwar tactics

As tensions continue to rise, China is using cybertechnology to enhance bullying tactics against ...  
Morrison Government notches up 40 'worst on record' economic outcomes

Recent economic data brings the tally of failures in economic management by Prime Minister Morr ...  
One person's metaverse is another's dystopian reality

Mark Zuckerberg's Meta: an attempt at rebranding Facebook's sullied image, a cool new virtual ...  
EXCLUSIVE: ICAC gun club a failure prior to grant

The 1,000-person convention centre at a Wagga Wagga gun club at the heart of corruption investi ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Dominique Grubisa's dodgy debt department

Dominique Grubisa continues her deception, this time plagiarising an academic paper to make cases ...  
Eddie Obeid is a symptom of a greater problem

Part of the solution to ending corruption from the likes of Eddie Obeid is to eliminate the ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Lost for words, Dominique Grubisa resorts to plagiarism

A self-help booklet written by self-professed finance and law maven Dominique Grubisa bears more ...  
Full employment not necessarily the holy grail in a flexible market economy

Alternative economists have long argued that the pathway to perfectly functioning markets does not ...  
Telstra’s Digicel buy is politically motivated

The acquisition of Digicel by Telstra was solely based on insistence by the Government in an ...  
Australian economy languishes while Ireland, Singapore, NZ soar

The Independent Australia Ranking on Economic Management (IAREM) for 2021 reveals Ireland leading ...  
Universities, governments and companies can help avert climate catastrophe

Universities and other large institutions have a responsibility to drive Australia towards a ...  
Using smart cities to protect democracy

The connectivity of smart cities can be used as a tool against neoliberalism, bringing people ...  
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.  

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