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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED |

Good news on the jobs front suggest growth could be picking up

Today’s jobless numbers suggest the economy’s tepid growth might be improving, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

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SALLY WHYTE | UNCATEGORIZED | 1 UNLOCK?

Jake Lynch and a dozen others receive letters over Sydney BDS fracas

Peace studies academic Jake Lynch and others who were involved at an altercation at Sydney University have received letters demanding that they account for their actions.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 3 UNLOCK?

Essential: voters still (really) down on Abbott

Tony Abbott continues to be deeply unpopular with voters, today’s Essential Report shows, but Bill Shorten has failed to capitalise on it.

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LUKE BUCKMASTER | UNCATEGORIZED |

The emotional poignancy and narrative depth of Fast and Furious 7

Sensitive” and “respectful” are not the kind of words you’d expect to be associated with the Fast and the Furious franchise, but the latest installment is both those things.

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Shut down the camps

Are Sydney house prices really to blame? Mayne: Nine’s extraordinary attack on Murdoch. Subeditors thin on the ground at the Oz? Rundle: how Greens Derangement Syndrome went viral. Pyne’s expensive children. Stilgherrian on the Dallas Buyers Club verdict. Energy white paper winners. And Unimelb tells students: complain to ISIS, not us.

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HELEN RAZER | UNCATEGORIZED |

Razer: rape jokes per se are not offensive, but bad comedy is

The comedian and the audience must allow themselves freedom from the orthodoxies of the everyday.

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Crikey Blogs | UNCATEGORIZED |

Cockpit security has been turned inside out by Germanwings crash

Cockpit security used to be about keeping the baddies out of them. From today it is also going to be about preventing a rogue pilot from being alone in them.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED |

Coalition wedged on media as Brandis sneaks away from protections

The media revolt on data retention forced the government and opposition to cave in on protecting journalists — while George Brandis tried to sneak through a get-out clause for agencies.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | UNCATEGORIZED |

Mayne: why Fairfax should walk away from 2GB merger

Fairfax should consider all the implications of a business merger before it jumps into bed with 2GB and John Singleton.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED |

Journos finally cotton on to the insidious danger of data retention

Parliament’s intelligence committee is examining the issue of security agency access to journalists’ metadata. But it might want to look a little closer to home as well.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | UNCATEGORIZED |

Mayne: Crown proposes to expand casino precinct with new skyscraper

James Packer hopes to build another skyscraper across the road from the existing Crown complex in Melbourne.

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