LOGIN
All News
Scott Morrison’s gold standard ICAC distractions

It’s both comical and disconcerting to see the Prime Minister huffing and puffing over a few ...  
Royal accolades piled on Sir John Kerr after the dismissal

Six weeks after his dismissal of the Whitlam Government, Kerr flew to England and visited the ...  
Politicians have failed to focus on those COVID-19 has hit hardest

Despite the focus on “hard-hat” professions in our political discourse, Australia’s economy ...  
Wren's week: Victoria overcomes with Premier Andrews' leadership

Victoria's recent COVID-19 results are a real accomplishment, writes John Wren.  
Queensland Election: South Brisbane and the Murdoch influence

Dr John Jiggens gives an outsider-insider view of a journalist running as an independent candidate ...  
Cannabis is the wild card at the Queensland Election

The legalisation of cannabis is one of the issues gaining attention in the upcoming Queensland ...  
CARTOONS: Mark David is telling tall tales

... sadly, he's not the only one.  
The appointment of Amy Coney Barrett has stacked the Court in Trump's favour

The appointment of Amy Coney Barrett represents a stunning coda to Donald Trump's four years of ...  
Why a coalition between Queensland Labor and the Greens would work

The Queensland Election, to be held on Saturday, has raised again the long-standing problem of how ...  
Remembering Spencer Davis: The great 'Professor'

Welsh music sensation Spencer Davis, one of rock music’s elder statesmen, has passed away from ...  
Death taxes and curfews for kids: The Queensland Election

In the lead-up to the Queensland Election, there has been no shortage of events for the media to ...  
COVID-19 or not: Victoria's cracker weekend

Just in case anybody in the world thought they were down, the Melbourne mob have had a cracker of ...  
Catfishing with Dominique Grubisa: The DG Institute’s fake reviews

Dominque Grubisa, the lawyer who's made millions by advising clients on how to make money via ...  
Government-backed NBN monopoly flexes its muscles

The monopoly NBN Co enjoys adversely affects the wider public, writes Paul Budde.   
Scott Morrison's biggest success is manipulating his own image

Scott Morrison has a talent for appealing to every day, ordinary Australians by playing the part ...  
A brief history of the Murdoch clan: A tale of two Keiths

David Donovan explains why Kevin Rudd's petition for a royal commission into the Murdochs' infl ...  
The Great Australian Dream has become a nightmare as recession deepens

Amidst the worst economic crisis in almost a century, young Australians are increasingly worried ...  
IA Talks Ep 1: Gold standard premiers and elections galore

A new podcast series about news and the world of politics, featuring special guests getting ...  

Support IAIndependent Australia

IA is dedicated to providing fearless, independent journalism, free for all, with no barriers. But we need your help. To keep us speaking truth to power, please consider donating to IA today - even a dollar will make a huge difference - or subscribe and receive all the benefits of membership. Keep ‘em honest. Support IA.

Close Subscribe Donate