Life & ARTS 
EYE FOR AUSTRALIA: Noojee natural wonder

Nestled in the foothills of Victoria's Great Dividing Range, Noojee is home to the spectacular ...  
BOOK REVIEW — Killing for Country: A Family Story

David Marr's latest book provides important insights on Australia's foundations of racism and ...  
EYE FOR AUSTRALIA: Paul Kelly

A young Paul Kelly raises his guitar to the crowd after a street concert in Melbourne's CBD.  
Albanese Government will hope net migration has peaked

There are indications that net migration has reached its highs and may begin to trend down, writes ...  
Eye for Australia: 8

Tibetan Monks from the Himalayas, captured at Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne, enjoying the ...  
Eye for Australia: 7

Australian record executive-royalty Michael Gudinski AM posing with his "pride and joy", a sig ...  
As tourism explodes, visa due diligence is key

The Department of Home Affairs must balance granting visitor visas and limit the misuse of this ...  
Eye for Australia: 6

A bell-ringer, mid-climb: St David's Cathedral, Hobart, Tasmania.  
BOOK REVIEW: Pax: War and Peace in Rome's Golden Age

The legacy of the Roman Empire lives on, writes Andrew Strobel.  
Eye for Australia: 5

Magda Szubanski is an Australian comedy icon and performer. She is an LGBTQ+-rights advocate a ...  
'Woke' to right-wing attempts to enrage and misguide

The word "woke" is deployed by conservatives to poison the public discourse and appeal to our wo ...  
Eye for Australia: 4

Reflective beauty: Tasmania's sixth-highest mountain is situated in Cradle Mountain-Lake St ...  
Eye for Australia: 3

Brothers Mathew and Edwin Lasich living on the land in Dargo, Victoria, 1990.  
Eye for Australia: 2

Late, great, Indigenous singer/songwriter Archie Roach — Heidelberg, Melbourne, 1991  
Eye for Australia: 1

Former athlete Cathy Freeman pictured during training at Melbourne’s Olympic Park in preparation ...  
The expectations of being a 'bloke'

Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’ played softly in the background.  
Saying 'no' halts progress and kills hope

Opposing progress ensures that we stay stuck in the past, writes John Longhurst.  
Net migration set to hit record high levels in 2023

The Government must plan effectively and carry out immigration compliance activities going forw ...  

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