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Robodebt's privileged perpetrators shamefully punished the poor

Wealthy and privileged public servants and politicians all collaborated to demonise the poor and ...  
Voice to Parliament: "Yes" vote has many enemies

Australia is moving towards defeating a referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, because ...  
Chalmers’ fantasy of making a ‘better’ capitalism is absurd

The Treasurer has unveiled a flawed and shallow economic argument for a reshaped and ‘uniquel ...  
Indigenous arguments against the Voice exist — but the media is hiding them

While many Indigenous figures support the proposed Voice to Parliament, there are still some who ...  
Taxing the super-rich a good start to ending wealth inequality

Pressure is mounting for the Albanese Government to end the Coalition's legacy of neoliberalism ...  
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Australia’s renewed commitment to neighbourliness is saving lives

The Albanese Government has acted promptly to begin the process of restoring Australia’s repu ...  
Artificial intelligence is a double-edged sword

Artificial intelligence can have positive impacts for humanity if harnessed sensibly, writes ...  
State nominations for skilled visas lagging behind expectations

State and territory governments will be reliant on the boom in student, visitor, working holiday ...  
Getting good and vocal about a Voice to Parliament

Mates, Bazza and Mick, delve deep over a few frothies on the issue of a Voice to Parliament for ...  
Tennis star Jelena Dokic's fight against abuse, exploitation and vile trolls

Former tennis star Jelena Dokic once suffered abuse at the hands of her father and was "othered ...  
Politicised attacks are damaging the ABC’s editorial independence

Australians deserve an independent ABC. Not one that purposely mirrors other often politically ...  
Dominique Grubisa stashing money as regulators close in

Self-professed property maven Dominique Grubisa is back into selling her predatory real estate ...  
Hope emerges for the release of Julian Assange

A claim has been made that imprisoned journalist Julian Assange could be freed within the next two ...  
CARTOONS: Jacinda Ardern has taken her turn

The world is short one genuine leader.  
Pell and Lehrmann trial verdicts have shaken public confidence

Conclusions to the trials of both George Pell and Bruce Lehrmann have increased the public's ...  
Mark Dreyfus’ exclusive media diversity club

Following the Coalition's example, News Corp and Nine have been prioritised over small independent ...  
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EDITORIAL: Mark Dreyfus’ exclusive media diversity club

When Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus announced a national media roundtable to discuss fostering ...  
NSW ICAC silent on Perrottet corruption scandal

The NSW ICAC has withheld vital information on corruption within the Perrottet Government leading ...  

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