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Mungo: first fibs from Dear Leader

“Like me or loathe me,” he told a numbed press conference, “people know what I stand for.” But we don’t; not any more, writes Mungo MacCallum.

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Howard signals the end of a distinct Aboriginal identity

Since federation there have been four major landmarks in Indigenous affairs. Howard has now reversed them all, writes Alan Austin.

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Aboriginal assets to be seized, then rented back for profit

In moves seemingly impossible to reconcile with the protection of Aboriginal children on remote towns and communities in the Northern Territory, a document has come into the hands of Crikey that presages a federal government takeover of millions of dollars worth of assets owned by Aboriginal organisations.

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The Content Makers: Graeme Samuel on quality, credibility, bias and conflict

In the third of five extracts from her new book The Content Makers, Crikey media commentator Margaret Simons meets Graeme Samuel and wonders at the ACCC’s role in media regulation.

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Shock! Howard’s war on child abuse threatens European drinking culture

I live on a dry community on Aboriginal land. Well, dry for the Aboriginal people but not for those Europeans who can apply to have and consume alcohol at their home, writes Bob Gosford.

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Howard’s Aboriginal intervention ‘a long time coming’

It’s been a long time coming, but John Howard finally stepped up on the Aboriginal crisis. It’s a national scandal and disgrace, but let’s face it, the whole sorry mess has been politicised from day one, writes John Pasquarelli.

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