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If the plebiscite for a “popular vote” on marriage equality is so bad, why should you vote “Yes”? As Doc Martin writes in the first of two editorials [...]
Computer says 'No'! Boycotting the marriage equality vote will only serve to delay its inevitable acceptance. IA’s resident econometrics analyst Alan Austin [...]
The opponents of marriage equality have set this process up to fail. But we cannot let illegitimate tactics deter us; we cannot sit on the sidelines.
The post-industrial impacts that humans have had on the Earth and its atmosphere may pinpoint the mid-20th century as the start of a new geological epoch.
What would happen if Australia followed New Zealand’s example and allowed a fully democratic process to choose a national flag? With support from the [...]
The number of university grads looking for full-time work is the now the highest since 1992. In the light of a shrinking job market and threat of increased [...]