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How Howard screwed the Libs

John Howard somehow made his way into power in Australia, staying PM for 11 long years, yet ...  
Football takes centre stage as World Cup protests fizzle

Human rights protests at the FIFA Qatar World Cup were a weak affair as focus was placed back on ...  
Elite sport has become victim to greed, corruption and politics

The true nature of sport is being overshadowed by corporate interference, poor management and ...  
Jobs and housing: People with disabilities need a fair go

Australia’s Disability Strategy National Forum recently addressed inequalities, like housing ...  
Cult of denial: Lies, injustice and the new American way

The modern Far-Right has become a world of contradiction and stupidity after being consumed by ...  
Virtuous hypocrisy as Socceroos protest Qatar World Cup

After the Socceroos' statement against the abuse of migrant workers in Qatar, Dr Binoy Kampmark ...  
Mass media fails to recognise the power of Gillard’s Misogyny Speech

Following Julia Gillard's Misogyny Speech, coverage in the press demonstrated a detachment from ...  
Gender order judged wise: Women fill the High Court bench

In appointing Justice Jayne Jagot to the High Court, the Albanese Government has made history: for ...  
'Cancel the debt': Climate protests disrupt World Bank summit

"The Global South must urgently adapt to the climate emergency so that it can protect its peop ...  
Dropkick me, Jesus, through the goalposts of life

Due to CEO Andrew Thorburn's resignation after one day, the turmoil at Essendon Football Club may ...  
How the media helps neo-Nazi child 'groomers'

A vanishingly small group of neo-Nazis protested a family-friendly event in Moonee Ponds last ...  
Mexico upholds Assange: Your move next, Australia

The president of Mexico recently spoke out in support of Julian Assange as the WikiLeaks founder ...  
Andrew Thorburn, Matthew Guy and the politics of prosperity and hate

Andrew Thorburn's exit as CEO of Essendon Football Club has nothing to do with religious discri ...  
Ten years on from the Misogyny Speech, not much has changed

Ten years on from Julia Gillard’s misogyny speech, has media representation of women really ...  
A federal human rights act would help curb racism in Australia

A federal human rights act will encourage equality among Australians and begin the process of ...  
Queen's critics met with media backlash

The mainstream media has demonstrated its allegiance to power through its one-sided narrative of ...  
IA BOOK CLUB: The Ballad of Abdul Wade

Ryan Butta's moving story of "Harry" – the first camel to enter Australia – and the hidden hi ...  
Neo-Nazi pub incident more complex than it seems

Last week, some neo-Nazis visited a bar in Melbourne and were kicked out by a bartender.   

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