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National Party’s emission plan: No coal executive left behind

The National Party appear to be the only people who think the Morrison Government takes climate ...  
Government's climate change web of lies

Our political leaders will do anything to stay in positions of power, including deceiving the ...  
Artificial intelligence to better understand our world

While artificial intelligence has been an important tool in gaining a better understanding of our ...  
Mainstream media no friend to The New Liberals

Determined to see progress in Australian politics, The New Liberals have been hindered by ignor ...  
Outcome of 2020-21 Migration Program: Alex Hawke panics on immigration

Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has at last released the report on the outcome of the 2020-21 ...  
Scott Morrison, what the bloody hell are you doing?

Time and time again, Scott Morrison has demonstrated that he is ill-equipped to serve in a posi ...  
The disadvantaged face the brunt of COVID-related hardship

Recent protests in Melbourne underline that Australia has a serious problem with economic inequ ...  
Morrison and Frydenberg set multiple 'all-time worst' records on jobs

The Morrison years have been appalling for Australian workers. Alan Austin reveals the actual ...  
Morrison's 'sub-par' performance tanks Australia's national identity

Morrison's tanking of the Australian-French submarine deal in favour of the AUKUS pact signals to ...  
The value of a degrowth economy: Our planet would be richer for it

Decades of economic expansion have come at the expense of developing nations and a tremendous cost ...  
U.S.-China talk could torpedo climate conference

If the focus favours an uncertain future threat of U.S.-China conflict when world leaders meet to ...  
Government needs to rethink its COVID-19 strategy

Future COVID-19 plans need to focus on resilience, sustainable development and to reappraise risk ...  
Melbourne earthquake: Shaken, not stirred

Amidst the lockdown protests, Melbourne was also hit by an earthquake this week that added to the ...  
WHAT'S ON: Joe Bell — the long road to redemption

After the suicide of his son, a man embarks on a walk across America to spread a message against ...  
Bridging visa boom sparks audit request

An audit into the partner visa processing system has been requested by a Labor MP after an incr ...  
CARTOONS: Mark David goes 'sub-terranean'

Meanwhile, Victorians are living on shaky ground.  
Frydenberg ignored advice on JobKeeper design flaw, Liberal member claims

Josh Frydenberg's approach to JobKeeper has been criticised on both sides of the political aisle ...  
Melbourne anti-lockdown protests are a disorganised mess

Without any sort of leadership or strategy, the Melbourne anti-lockdown protests have descended ...  

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