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Morrison's more aggressive military stance only antagonises

Morrison’s latest $270 billion military funding“update” is a misplaced policy that antago ...  
COVID-19 lockdown: A breeding ground for domestic abuse

Behind closed doors, the dark underbelly of domestic violence is thriving as more people are ...  
Can the koala survive in Berejiklian's NSW?

The NSW Upper House Inquiry says koalas will be extinct by 2050, but relaxed protections and ...  
Racism, neo-colonialism and 'whitewashing'

This social moment shouldn't be used to disempower black people from addressing issues of syste ...  
Flaws in Australian wartime society mirror modern times

When I was a child reading about World War II in Europe I believed that some of its less savoury ...  
Sky News, ABC cuts and creeping populism: Australia becoming the U.S.

Australia is treading a dangerous path of media concentration, neoliberal government and little ...  
There is hope for the end of Australia's apathy

Truth in independent journalism and lobby groups are helping to give Australians a voice against a ...  
Black Lives Matter and the fight for genuine reform

In the wake of George Floyd's murder the discourse around police violence has shifted dramatic ...  
Wren's Week: Liberal irresponsibility to blame for Victoria's COVID-19 resurgence

Rhetoric from conservative politicians and media has caused Victorians to let their guards down ...  
National Redress Scheme is the final insult

For all its good intentions, the National Redress Scheme doesn't come close to repairing the ...  
The Australian Government's cruel treatment of Ramsiyar Sabanayagam

A detainee held in the Mantra Hotel already suffered unspeakable tragedy in his life, furthered ...  
Media must inform public of true 'values and interests' driving foreign policy

The mainstream media has a duty to see through our government's political smokescreen when it ...  
Government developing migration schemes to assist Hong Kong citizens

The Australian Government is working on migration options for persecuted Hong Kong citizens, but ...  
Restructuring higher education funding in Australia during a pandemic

The higher education sector needs funding reform or government intervention to recover from severe ...  
Embracing technological change is important for our economic recovery

Technological advancements brought on during the COVID-19 pandemic need to be recognised by the ...  
One in ten inmates in Victoria’s prison system is Aboriginal

Victoria's State Government must do better on Indigenous incarceration rates, writes Victorian ...  
Industrial relations reform negotiations at loggerheads — but not for long

Progress with the ongoing industrial relations reform negotiations has been slow, with both sides ...  
Harnessing technology to connect us and grow the economy

There certainly is a lot of interest in machine-to-machine communication (M2M) and the internet of ...  

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