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Andrew Thorburn, Matthew Guy and the politics of prosperity and hate

Andrew Thorburn's exit as CEO of Essendon Football Club has nothing to do with religious discri ...  
Dominique Grubisa doubles down despite fraud allegations

Dominique Grubisa continues down the path of her mentor, Donald Trump, doubling down... down ...  
Mexico upholds Assange: Your move next, Australia

The president of Mexico recently spoke out in support of Julian Assange as the WikiLeaks founder ...  
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EDITORIAL: Andrew Thorburn, Matthew Guy and the politics of prosperity and hate

The evangelical megachurch cult is a cult with a fan base that is spreading at a disturbing ...  
Inquiry into regional banking no more than cruel election stunt

Sneakily released by the Albanese Government recently, the much-awaited Regional Banking Taskforce ...  
Murdoch's right-wing commentary is meeting resistance

As conservative commentary in the media strives to cripple democracy, voices challenging the Right ...  
Dated and fractured: Optus and data protections Down Under

The recent Optus data breach has shown an urgent need for reform of Australia's data protection ...  
eSIMs are going to be a mobile gamechanger

New mobile technology allowing increased connectivity among phones is about to revolutionise the ...  
The Crown, the Australian Republic and the Traditional Owners: FLASHBACK 2016

After the passing of Queen Elizabeth, there has been much discussion about Australia moving ...  
Government issues biggest round of Skilled Independent visas in years

The Labor Government has issued its largest number of Skilled Independent visas in years as well ...  
Queen's birthday absurdity demonstrates denial of choice

After a public holiday for the former Queen Elizabeth II to mourn her death, yesterday was another ...  
Ending mandatory isolation is peak COVID mismanagement

Our politicians are making poor decisions regarding the pandemic, essentially leaving us to fend ...  
Ten years on from the Misogyny Speech, not much has changed

Ten years on from Julia Gillard’s misogyny speech, has media representation of women really ...  
Commonwealth Bank is a disgrace to the public interest

The Commonwealth Bank, while publicly claiming to be an ethical bank, privately tells its peren ...  
Australia’s wealth increased last year, but mostly for the rich

The Coalition Government’s last year in office saw wealth shift further from the poor to the ...  
Million-dollar disgrace: Greyhound industry's race of shame

Australian racetracks are brutal and dangerous for dogs and animal abuse within the sport is ...  
Afraid of scrutiny: ABC journalists' problem with Twitter

In an embarrassing gaffe leaked after last Sunday’s Insiders, host David Speers was caught on a ...  
A conversation between a monarchist and republican on the Queen

The Queen's legacy is complex, John Longhurst writes.  

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