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Industrial relations overhaul could hurt unions and workers

Australian workers could be caught in the crosshairs of the country’s biggest industrial rela ...  
Wren's Week: Freedom of speech according to Jones and Hanson

Freedom of speech has been questioned this week by two people who only believe in it when it suits ...  
Tertiary student poverty ignored by policy makers

The upcoming Inquiry into the adequacy of Newstart means now is the time for students to make ...  
Newstart and the casualties of the arts

No one is immune to potential poverty and the crippling effects of being on the Newstart allowa ...  
Warning signs remain: AFP culture change is needed

A 2016 public apology for AFP culture demonstrated that it wasn't consistent with their values or ...  
Socking it to shock jock Alan Jones

Executive editor Michelle Pini discusses shock jock Alan Jones' latest angry, misogynistic ...  
'A wages crisis': The Coalition Government is shirking its duty

With wages stagnating and the cost of living continuing to balloon, the Government remains silent ...  
Parliamentary red tape hinders the survival of koalas

A lengthy Parliamentary Inquiry into the future of koalas may take too long to ensure their ...  
MUNGO MACCALLUM: Patriarch Scott Morrison tells Pacific Islanders about coal

Prime Minister Scott Morrison pretends we have no responsibility for coal because we ship it ...  
Scott Morrison's TAFE for the rich

The Coalition Government's policies have starved TAFE in favour of private-sector VET training ...  
Accident-prone oil industry to drill Great Australian Bight

The lesson from every oil disaster around the world is that there should be a permanent ban on any ...  
Scott Morrison’s war plan for Kooyong

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has begun implementing plans to save the seat of Kooyong for the ...  
The climate emergency and post-election trauma

Psychologist Lyn Bender offers tips on dealing with post-election trauma and continuing the fight ...  
Workers’ wage rises lowest on record

The latest official wage growth figures show Australian workers are still missing out on their ...  
One Democratic Presidential candidate who would make us safer

There is a Democratic candidate for President whose anti-war foreign policy positions would make ...  
Wren's Week: Religious protection and ScoMo goes troppo

Issues relating to the protection of religious practices have arisen again while our Prime Mini ...  
NBN Co’s gain is the retailer's loss

Changes in marketing have led to a profit for NBN Co, but there are still plenty of economical and ...  
U.S. and Australia — joined at the hip

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wants us to join with the U.S. in tackling the problems which ...