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Wren's Week: Alleged rape cover-up and Facebook ban should sink PM Morrison

After another week of major scandals, the Morrison Government is now in damage control once again ...  
It takes more than 'speaking up' to change a toxic culture

Expecting women to speak up after a sexual assault won't change the toxic masculine culture that ...  
Australian Open: Melbourne denied massive Barty party

Melbourne came so close to being treated on Thursday afternoon with what would’ve been a tennis ...  
CARTOONS: Mark David loves a photo op

He doesn't mind a microphone, either.  
AGL is leading the way in harmful coal pollution

With sinking coal profits and a position as one of Australia's leading polluters, energy giant AGL ...  
Screen Themes: The Stand vs American Gods vs WandaVision

It’s a three-way dance of supernatural drama as entertainment editor John Turnbull checks out ...  
Nuclear rockets to Mars are dangerous and unnecessary

Nuclear-powered space technology risks causing further damage to our planet and is an unnecessary ...  
Scotty stuffs staffers under steam-cleaned parliamentary rug

A culture of cover-ups and victim-blaming is on full display in all its proudly backward glory as ...  
An open letter to the Morrison Government: I can't stop being disabled

Luke Hinsley writes an open letter detailing his distress after Centrelink refused financial ...  
Sexual misconduct against political staffers must stop

Power imbalances and a culture of silence are just some factors that make political staffers ...  
Macquarie Group is set to shake up the digital infrastructure market

Investment giant Macquarie Group has made a bid to take over telco Vocus, a move that could make ...  
All politics is global: The struggle between democracy and dictatorship

Citizens are more likely to align themselves with foreign parties that reflect their worldview ...  
Australia's sovereignty is in unsafe hands

Since World War II Australia has progressively ceded its sovereignty to the United States.  
Bank neoliberalism sets the stage for the next Trump

The neoliberal policies of central banks are creating fertile ground for social unrest and poli ...  
The Apology was the start, not the end, of the reconciliation process

On 13 February 2008, then-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made the first federal government apology ...  
Australia lagging behind on electric vehicles and climate action

The Federal Government’s electric vehicle policy was released two years ago, but they still ...  
Public servants confirm mismanagement by Morrison ministers

Answers from senior Treasury officials at last week’s Senate investigation contradict Government ...  
Why our Liberal Party is so easily satirised

Satirist Rocky Dabscheck opens up to IA as to why he writes satire.  

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