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Population overload: Environment on brink for economic 'growth'

The battle over how many billion humans planet Earth can safely carry is growing exponentially ...  
Debating the merits of being 'woke'

Two mates discuss the replacement of the monarch on the five-dollar note.   
Chalmers talks up 'well-being' budgets, but Labor still needs to deliver

In his recent essay for The Monthly, Treasurer Jim Chalmers laid out his blueprint for abandoning ...  
Artificial intelligence is a double-edged sword

Artificial intelligence can have positive impacts for humanity if harnessed sensibly, writes ...  
State nominations for skilled visas lagging behind expectations

State and territory governments will be reliant on the boom in student, visitor, working holiday ...  
Treasury tacks 'well-being' onto their endless growth framework

The October Budget offers us a sparkly new “well-being” framework, which doesn't dent the ...  
Two mates discuss the Perrottet, and other, costume scandals

Two mates discuss the Dominic Perrottet revelations and the history of men behaving badly.   
Goodbye, Jeff Beck: The great guitar genius

English music legend Jeff Beck, one of the canniest axemen ever to strap on a guitar and play some ...  
#1 TOP IA STORY OF 2022: John Farnham — The Voice of Australia

John Farnham was close to death earlier this year and so our top story of 2022 receiving over ...  
Elon Musk accused of hypocrisy by kicking critical journalists off Twitter

Musk suspending journalists' accounts is petty and vindictive and absolutely disgraceful — and ...  
The community must protect LGBTQ+ events from the far-Right

When councils postpone LGBTQ+ events as soon as Neo-Nazis target them, it sends a message to queer ...  
Looking to the past through letters and telegrams

Bazza flicked open the screen door and padded across the lawn to greet the postie.  
Power and Consent: An urgent call to end sexual harassment

Rachel Doyle’s Power and Consent is an important book, writes Amanda McLeod.  
U.S. site tries to ruin what makes fairy bread great

The U.S. may own our Tim Tams and the Golden Circle pineapple we put on our pizzas, but this ...  
It's time to pay artists a living wage

An industrial award must be established for artists and art workers to earn a liveable wage ...  
Fitness is an activity best done with mates

Bazza and Mick rise early for a quick fitness session and a chat.  
Stage three tax cuts abandon the working-class

A debate ensues about the outstanding stage three tax cuts.  
Why men need to soften up

On 8 September, Australians across the country turned to their mates and asked RU OK?  

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