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Broken mirrors: 7 years bad luck under the ATM (Abbott/Turnbull/Morrison) Govt

At the most challenging time in our history, there is not only debt and deficit and chaos and ...  
COVID-19: Australians must be prepared for the worst

From ruining social engagements to the inception of a temporary police state, the COVID-19 pand ...  
Independent Australia needs you

When you're a small organisation battling against a shrinking media landscape in which multi-na ...  
Government response to crises is shameful

Throughout various crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, our Government has shown negligence ...  
Scott Morrison's spread of fear has turned Australians from the public good

Through poor leadership and a media who loves to sensationalise, our government is turning Aust ...  
Governments shift attention away from koala plight

While media attention is dwelling on the effects of COVID-19, we still need to remain focused on ...  
Technology and the internet threaten to undermine democracy

The many possibilities associated with technology and the internet make them ripe for exploitat ...  
Talking points of the day: The rise of populism

While academics debate the diminishing popularity of both Labor and the Coalition, the truth is ...  
New York Times attacked for running Taliban Leader's op-ed

A Taliban Leader has been given space in the pages of the New York Times, a decision that has ...  
As Australians, we must support Assange's struggle

Australians and our media are failing Julian Assange, writes Sue Stevenson.  
Wren's Week: Jacinda Ardern shoots down Scott Morrison over deportations

On our shores for the Prime Ministerial meeting, New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern was once again a ...  
Dutton and the conservative extremists: Civil disobedience is not terrorism

Peter Dutton described Islamic terrorism as “Left-wing” while the LNP complained about term ...  
Defence digs in as Julian Assange fights extradition

Julian Assange's defence team is working hard to resist his extradition to the United States ...  
Press freedom on trial: Chronicles from the Julian Assange extradition hearing

Sara Chessa reports on the first week of extradition hearings in the Julian Assange trial.  
The Greens are eager to introduce press freedom laws and reforms

The rejection of the ABC’s appeal into the legalities of the AFP raids has the Greens pushing ...  
Just like real life, Twitter is messy and enriching

An interesting piece went out over the weekend by Jacqueline Maley of the Sydney Morning Herald ...  
Justifying Aboriginality for equal rights

Paul Dutton discusses the irony that is Australia's First Peoples having to prove their Aborigi ...  
Foxtel pay-TV faces slow death

Foxtel is reaching a threshold where it will have to decide if it wants to continue its proprie ...  

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