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Tony Abbott's Pell eulogy fuels the culture wars

Far from suggesting George Pell made any real lasting contribution to society, Tony Abbott's ...  
Town takes fight to Parliament to save last bank

Opposition to the closure of a small town's last bank has prompted an open letter from Junee ...  
Visa system still leaving migrants jobless and homeless

With record-sized growth in temporary entrants straining rental and job markets, Home Affairs must ...  
George Pell's passing cannot cleanse the Catholic Church

The Catholic Church had an opportunity to honour Pell without attacking survivors. Instead, it has ...  
U.S. prediction of war 'in 2025' with China imperils global security

'My gut tells me we will fight in 2025,' writes General Mike Minahan, head of the United States ...  
Population overload: Environment on brink for economic 'growth'

The battle over how many billion humans planet Earth can safely carry is growing exponentially ...  
Kids now don’t want to vote (and other fun facts about Australian elections)

The surge in support for Labor and the teal independents in last year’s federal election has ...  
Debating the merits of being 'woke'

Two mates discuss the replacement of the monarch on the five-dollar note.   
Chalmers talks up 'well-being' budgets, but Labor still needs to deliver

In his recent essay for The Monthly, Treasurer Jim Chalmers laid out his blueprint for abandoning ...  
Banning mobiles in schools to curb bullying a band-aid, not a cure

The South Australian Government has launched a ban on mobile phones in public high schools to curb ...  
Blurry new report sheds little light on contentious School Chaplaincy Program

A firm including a senior policy adviser to non-secular PM Scott Morrison has recently evaluated ...  
The radical extremist Liberal Party of Australia

The Party that calls itself Liberal and which describe itself as conservative is neither liberal ...  
Alan Tudge's Robodebt RC performance akin to pulling teeth

With a front-row seat at Wednesday's Robodebt Royal Commission hearing, David McIlveen gives his ...  
Voice to Parliament valuable first step towards a republic

While enacting an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is crucial, a broader discussion must also take ...  
Equal education for women essential to solving poverty crisis

Former Finnish President Tarja Halonen insists good education and gender equality are crucial to ...  
Former Minister for In-Human Services Alan Tudge faces Robodebt RC

Former Minister for Human Services Coalition MP Alan Tudge appeared before the Robodebt Royal ...  
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EDITORIAL: Former Minister for In-Human Services Alan Tudge faces Robodebt RC

Former Minister for Human Services Coalition MP Alan Tudge appeared before the Robodebt Royal ...  
Problems are mounting as NBN Co struggles to stay competitive

Australia's NBN provider is facing tough times ahead, needing to provide better services at ...  

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