All News
Cracked lobster Guy and the Liberals' crusade against Dan Andrews

The conservative side of politics may have the Australian mainstream media on its side but the ...  
Why privatisation of the NBN would be a good thing

Privatisation of Australia's broadband network would be a tricky process, but ultimately benefi ...  
Dutton's alleged corrupt link to drug kingpin: FLASHBACK 2019

In this article from 2019, Ross Jones highlighted one of the more damning scandals tarnishing ...  
Capitalism, the Fourth Great Humility, will consume us all

Unless humanity starts making urgent changes, neoliberalism will have disastrous consequences on ...  
Santos loses landmark legal battle against Indigenous rights

Santos has been ordered to shut down a major drilling operation after it was found that local Tiwi ...  
Dominique Grubisa goes full Trumpian

Self-professed property maven Dominique Grubisa appears to have an obsession with former U.S. ...  
Looming wind farm isn't as green as it appears

A massive wind farm development in north Queensland comes with a devastating price to the envir ...  
Detecting the cause of America's collapsing economy

The dramatic decline of the once-great U.S. economy has important lessons for Australia and the ...  
Lockdown: Rethinking Australia's pandemic performance

Tony Adams and Romaine Rutnam unpack Chip Le Grand's new book, 'Lockdown', which advocates that ...  
Toyota tanks on clean cars while coasting on 'climate friendly' reputation

Toyota has been identified as a major roadblock to electric vehicle transition, delaying climate ...  
Why Bangladesh shouldn't fall into trap of war with Myanmar

Myanmar is repeatedly breaking promises.  
Medicare must be accessible for prisoners

I see prisons where hearts are broken; life’s brief light extinguished.  
An elegy to masks and why mine stays on

Tom Tanuki on why he's keeping the mask on as COVID recedes.   
Offence by another name: Suppressing anti-royal protest in Britain

The arrests of anti-monarchy protesters in Britain have raised concerns about the freedom of ...  
Licences for horse activity and events on the cards in Victoria

Licenses for any professional horse activity and events in Victoria could be brought in under ...  
CARTOONS: News Corp's nanny news move

Cancelling comics? Cancelling culture, more like!  
Industrial scale cheating taking over from learning in Australian universities

With technology allowing cheating to run rampant in universities, reform is needed to bring a ...  
Members Exclusive
EDITORIAL: Cracked lobster Guy and the Liberals' crusade against Dan Andrews

The conservative side of politics may have the Australian mainstream media on its side but the ...  
News updates

Join the IA newsletter for regular updates on our latest news stories.

SIGN UP

SHOP AT IA
Shop IA
DONATE

We need YOU!
IA punches above its weight.
Help us sharpen our knuckledusters.
PLEASE DONATE NOW!

Donate Now

Support IAIndependent Australia

Subscribe to IA and investigate Australia today.

Close Subscribe Donate