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Newcastle: Leading the way for Australian smart cities

Newcastle's transformation into one of Australia's leading smart cities should be an inspiration ...  
Mainstream media circles the wagons

Journalists provide an essential role in the integrity of democracy and when their work is ...  
Lockdown alternatives look good on paper: So do nuclear reactors

Amid mounting pressure for a "hands-off" approach to pandemic controls, Professor John Quiggin e ...  
Friendlyjordies breaks governments

As public confidence in politicians hits all-time lows, YouTube and social media campaigns are ...  
Australia could potentially waste another industrial boom

Australia’s renewable energy endowment means that there is likely to be a boom similar to that ...  
Getting back to the roots of spycraft

Security agencies are now accustomed to high-tech spying methods, but old-fashioned techniques ...  
U.S. military leaders line up to condemn Commander-in-Chief Trump

Activism in the U.S. Presidential Election by senior military personnel, retired and serving, has ...  
An Australian republic: Why it remains our best choice

Australia should persist in republicanism because it is our best chance to improve the lives of ...  
Humans are under threat from more than just the pandemic

There is a more fundamental threat to life than the current pandemic and it encompasses much more ...  
Coalition's gas-fired recovery a benefit to its donors

Motives behind the Coalition's intention to build a gas-fired power plant appear to be driven by ...  
Rocking through the pandemic: The value of music lyrics

'Rock lyrics are poetry (maybe).' So wrote Robert Christgau in 1967.  
Trump and fascism: What would a second term look like?

Recent actions by the Trump Administration has seen the invocation of Godwin’s law, the adage ...  
Wren's week: COVID-19, climate change and collective action

Collective action is key to overcoming the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change ...  
Battle of scales: Our CBDs are no match for a micrometre invader

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that something as microscopic as a virus is enough to weaken our ...  
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 ...  
CARTOONS: Mark David's Trumped-up truisms

Whatever will he say next?  
Coal burning causes capital crimes against humanity and nature

Toxic emissions from burning coal can cause serious health damage to not only the environment but ...  
The 'red mirage': Considering the outcome of a loss for Trump

Following President Trump's erratic behaviour in the lead-up to the November election, focus is ...  
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