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Multiculturalism is a strength in rebounding from COVID-19 crisis

Dr Klaas Woldring and Dr José van den Akker argue that embracing principles of multicultur ...  
Collateral damage in the time of COVID-19

Unless it condemns racist rhetoric, Australia risks adding racial harmony to its list of COVID-19 ...  
One year later and global Right-wing terrorism is still misunderstood

In order to find those who influence Right-wing terrorists, it's important to consider historical ...  
Money talks but billionaire Bloomberg still failed to buy U.S. presidency

Michael Bloomberg’s four-month, multi-million dollar attempt to buy the Democratic nomination ...  
Cold and callous: Australia rejects visa for mourning husband

How have we come to this? Geoffrey Heaviside is an Australian citizen, born and brought up here. ...  
Wren's Week: Will Senator Lambie support cashless welfare card?

Senator Jacqui Lambie is likely to back plans to expand cashless welfare card trials despite the ...  
Wren's Week: Bridget McKenzie falls while Parliament reverts to the dark ages

While one scandal is almost over, the Government is still a thorn in our collective sides with ...  
'The Australian' falls for Government spin on asylum seekers — again

In a front-page "exclusive", 'The Australian' uncritically regurgitates the Morrison Governmen ...  
We cannot trust the media's reporting on international affairs

The mainstream media's pro-U.S. and Western bias distorts the truth, writes Dr Evan Jones.  
Wren's Week: Scott Morrison's Pentecostal beliefs have affected Liberal Party policies

Scott Morrison's blind devotion to his religious beliefs has had an influence on various Liberal ...  
Scott Morrison's religious freedom is damning the nation

Prime Minister Scott Morrison is prioritising his religious freedom bills over the environmental ...  
Dutton's partner visa scandal set to continue

Peter Dutton has created a scandalous two-year waiting period and exorbitant costs for partner ...  
'Screw it': Swearing shouldn't be a crime anymore

Criminalising offensive language in public does more harm than it stops, writes Sonia Hickey.  
The repeal of Medevac legislation sets an ugly precedent

The Coalition's decision to repeal a law that secures healthcare rights for refugees is astound ...  
Bringing home ancestral remains to an Australia rife with racism

The remains of 42 Indigenous ancestors are soon returning to their homeland, but it is not the ...  
Frydenberg's 'ageist' population backflip

After ignoring population ageing in his ten-year budget plan, Frydenberg now says population ...  
Buttrose pulls 'offensive' Q&A episode in Aunt Lydia-style censorship

If you were labouring under the belief that women are free to express ourselves in 2019, last ...  
WA mandatory sentencing regime unfairly targets First Nations youth

Indigenous Western Australians are being locked up in droves over ridiculously minor offences. ...  

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