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Note to the Liberals: A budget surplus doesn't make sense

Dr Steven Hail writes that, contrary to conventional economic thinking, government surpluses don't ...  
Yes, Australia's carbon emissions do have an impact

Don't listen to the climate sceptics that say Australia's emissions are irrelevant to tackling ...  
Wren's week: Tragedy, prejudice and white supremacism

This week, John Wren grapples with the pure senselessness of the Christchurch tragedy, imploring ...  
Scott Morrison's comments on Muslim immigration may come back to haunt him

Despite showing sympathy for the victims of the Christchurch attack, Scott Morrison's past anti ...  
Gladys Berejiklian will bring the end of koalas

Focusing on development and progress, while Gladys Berejiklian is Premier of NSW the koala popu ...  
The Berejiklian Government’s failing environmental record

In the face of increasing environmental catastrophe, the Berejiklian Government has been a dest ...  
Commonwealth Day and the sound of crickets

Australia's lack of interest in Commonwealth Day is a reflection of our desire to break from the ...  
Will the Federal Election be able to end the NBN mess?

Australia has been struggling with an inadequate NBN system, but hopefully a change in government ...  
Don’t blame social media for the rise of Nazi shooters

There’s been an inevitable backlash against social media in the wake of the Christchurch mass ...  
The rise of students against climate change

Students striking against the lack of climate change policy are a strong voice against an ineff ...  
EDITORIAL: Eggboy versus Anning

That a young boy cracked an egg at an obnoxious racist politician might be seen as amusing, but it ...  
Christchurch attack: Shaky minds, guns and the internet

Dr Lee Duffield strives to find explanations for a surge of barbarism this century reaching even ...  
Anning, Hanson and the law

Senator Fraser Anning defends a lawsuit filed by Senator Pauline Hanson alleging a breach of ...  
After Christchurch: Business as usual in racist Australia

The Coalition Government and media organisations are tacitly allowing the status quo of racism and ...  
In the shadow of Christchurch, is Australia an inherently racist country?

The Christchurch shooter is but one manifestation of Australia's racism.  
The seeds of intolerance were sown long before the Christchurch massacre

The seeds of intolerance and vilification toward Muslims were sown long ago and reaped a vile ...  
Christchurch and Muslim versus non-Muslim terrorism

That Australian white supremacist terrorists appear to have been involved in 50 innocent deaths in ...  
VIDEO: Bloody Idiot of the Week — Episode 04: The Reynolds' defence

It's Bloody Idiot time again and this week offers a stunning array of contenders.