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Too often, stigma-based bullying ends in suicide

The national conversation we need to have is of the grimmest reality — suicide is the leading ...  
Dominique 'distressed estate' Grubisa stripped of legal practising certificate

Authorities have announced they will consider 'other regulatory action' against self-professed ...  
6 reasons why everyone should fight for Assange's freedom

The justice system has failed to defend the principles it should protect in the case of WikiLeaks ...  
My son doesn't want to eat anymore

Seven months into her journey with anorexia, a single parent talks about her uphill battle to ...  
Coalition-backed broken-down coal burners fuel energy crisis

Coal is a dud. Gas is a pretend solution spruiked by vested interests. Renewable energy resources ...  
Sacrifices by the working class will worsen our homeless crisis

A strategy by Treasurer Jim Chalmers on fixing our budget situation could worsen Australia's ...  
Mother Nature: Economic growth is sending her bankrupt

For life as we know it to persist, we must acknowledge there are natural limits to growth. Econ ...  
ABC's 'Murdochracy' creep no accident

Supposing the Morrison Government wanted to turn successive failures to destroy the ABC's credi ...  
Coalition 'corrupted' its mandate to govern in the national interest

By governing for the few and treating Australia to the misuse of public funds, rorts and a lack of ...  
Assange: Albanese must act where the Coalition failed

The Morrison Government failed Julian Assange. Supporters of the persecuted publisher are looking ...  
Littleproud's 'cancerous' comments over Telstra too toxic

Nationals' new leader David Littleproud has called Telstra "a cancer on the bush" and while reg ...  
Business leaders must step up to stamp out workplace racism

Racial discrimination remains a massive problem in Australian workplaces — research puts one in ...  
The mother of all parliaments as Labor honours labour

The change of government and influx of not only women but mothers into Parliament have brought ...  
Stephen Darley's opposition to wars of aggression will live forever

A long-time activist for peace and justice, Stephen Darley passed away on 15 April 2022, aged ...  
The poor are filling our prisons because we leave them behind

There is a tsunami of poverty-related issues and draconian laws swamping offenders and filling ...  
Mental health: Why our voice matters

Convinced it was their destiny to rot away inside a mental health system with limited capacity to ...  
Independents may be our only shot at helping the environment

Our governments should be ashamed of decades of neglect in scaling back carbon and methane ...  
Josh Frydenberg's dog act

Guide Dogs Victoria appears to have broken federal law with its CEO heavily advocating Josh ...  

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