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Christian Porter’s dark blind trust: Nothing to see here!

Christian Porter has resigned from the Morrison Cabinet – but not from Parliament – following ...  
Melbourne anti-lockdown protests are a disorganised mess

Without any sort of leadership or strategy, the Melbourne anti-lockdown protests have descended ...  
Bulldogs in the way of Demons ending curse

On Saturday, millions of footy fans around the country will be guaranteed a fairytale ending ...  
'Sub-standard': Submarine deal botched by Morrison and his cronies

The Coalition's decision to tear up a deal with France is a masterclass in failure, writes George ...  
Bad politics and the death of tax reform

The OECD has recommended tax reforms by the Australian Government to reduce reliance on taxing ...  
Morrison Government re-election would be an environmental catastrophe

If the Morrison Government wins the next federal election, Australia can kiss goodbye to our ...  
Unveiling T25: Telstra’s vision of its future

Telecommunications giant Telstra has announced a new program that will benefit both the company's ...  
Flashback 2019: Like a fish out of water: Australia's submarine project is a flop

While our Prime Minister receives criticism for steering us down a path of warmongering with the ...  
Morrison Government sends Australia backward in women's rights

Scott Morrison and the Liberal Government are heading Australia towards a Handmaid's Tale scenario ...  
China and how America lost peer competition

President Joe Biden speaks of peer competition, yet on all fronts, and importantly on the domestic ...  
Scott Morrison's devolution of democracy

Scott Morrison has managed to flaunt his power through severing ties with France over submarines ...  
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 ...  
Nuclear sub plan sees Australia’s reputation take a dive

Australia's nuclear submarine deal will be of no benefit to the country in terms of environment or ...  
Temporary entrants in Australia: Who is left and what is to come

After peaking at 2.41 million in December 2019, the number of temporary entrants in Australia fell ...  
Submarine fiasco the latest in a long list of Coalition military failures

Modern history shows Australia’s Coalition is incapable of effective defence planning and ...  
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 ...  
Tudge sore over suggestion we question Anzac Day

Education Minister Alan Tudge should look closely at history before criticising expert's proposed ...  
Climate education is essential for a better future

We need to teach future generations how to properly understand the effects of fossil fuel power ...  

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