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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 ...  
ACTU decides to stay the course with 'Change The Rules' campaign

Following a review of its Change The Rules campaign and the resulting Labor Election failure, the ...  
Julie Bishop feminist?  Liar, liar, red shoes on fire

A pair of red shoes and a white frock loosely reminiscent of the suffragette movement, do not a ...  
'Distortion': How the Palace airbrushed Sir John Kerr's memoirs

Evidence is mounting that Sir John Kerr and the Palace had a close relationship amid Gough Whit ...  
Frydenberg and anti-Semitism spin

It is glaringly obvious that Frydenberg is not being denied a place in Parliament because his ...  
Freedom of speech: The powerful chill of the Banerji High Court decision

History demonstrates how dangerous expecting public servants to execute the policies of the day ...  
Angus Taylor and the Coalition press the nuclear button

Energy Minister Angus Taylor and the nuclear boosters in the Coalition are prone to accept ...  
VIDEO: Bloody Idiot of the Week — Episode 08: The empathy edition

Should we just go around dishing out empathy willy-nilly?   
Coalition economic management a huge fail

All Australians are poorer as the world devalues Australia’s currency further and further. Alan ...  
India, Pakistan and Kashmir: A troubled situation

The recent decision to strip Kashmir of its special district status can be traced back to India's ...  
Wren's week: Low fuel stocks endangering Australia's economy and security

This week, John Wren discusses the dangers of Australia's low fuel stocks.  
Our politicians have become an unaccountable ruling class

Australia's Government seems to be continually working against the public and avoids penalties for ...  
Frydenberg caught out on citizenship lie

Facts are surfacing about Josh Frydenberg's mother's citizenship and the lie he tried to spin.  
Detention centre maltreatment revealed while Home Affairs avoids charges

Despite a revelation of maltreatment in detention centres, it was revealed that Home Affairs ...  
The crux of the Frydenberg case

The dual citizenship case of Josh Frydenberg deepens as questions are raised about his mother's ...  
A long way to go in the struggle for Hong Kong

The democracy protests in Hong Kong are now in their second month and show no signs of slowing ...