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Dutch grieve while ‘life goes on’

The Dutch have a reputation for being practical and level-headed, but shock and grief over MH17 run deep, writes Priya de Langen.

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GILES PARKINSON | UNCATEGORIZED | 5 UNLOCK?

Fossil fuel dinosaurs fudge the numbers to serve their interests (and save you 50c a week)

Fears about the impact of the RET on households have proved to be a furphy.

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Rundle: in Projection Festival, finding light in the darkness

The Gertrude Street Projection Festival celebrates the history and potential of inner Melbourne — not its gentrification.

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Evolve or die: Australian Army envisions the future of warfare

Images of soldiers fused with bionic limbs and cybernetic upgrades seem absurd, but a new report says the future could hold a type of war made unrecognisable by technological change, writes Crikey intern Paul Millar.

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Should the government intervene in housing design?

The Victorian Government Architect is proposing a mandatory design standard for apartments. But it’s not all milk and honey; it’ll lower housing supply, raise costs and reduce housing choice

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PADDY MANNING | UNCATEGORIZED | 5 UNLOCK?

Macquarie ‘millionaire factory’ is back in business

Six years after surviving a share dive at the height of the GFC, Macquarie is back with a glowing thumbs up for its renumeration report.

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How the global response to HIV/AIDS renders Indigenous peoples ‘invisible’

Australian Indigenous health researcher James Ward has called on the international HIV and AIDS community to identify Indigenous peoples as a “priority population”, warning that they are often invisible in international reports and declarations that shape HIV responses.

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A clean pair of hands: now the real work begins for Jokowi

Joko Widowo has won the election, but the real battle lies ahead, says Indonesia analyst Jim Della-Giacoma.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 3 UNLOCK?

Female workplace participation thrown out with parental leave bathwater

The Productivity Commission wants a more efficient and effective childcare system, but doesn’t hold out much hope it will spur participation.

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Using the lived experience of suicide attempt survivors

Research shows the stigma that surrounds suicide can discourage people who are feeling suicidal from seeking help — so what can medicos do to help?

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 3 UNLOCK?

Crikey Clarifier: data retention — what it is and why it’s bad

It’s time to clarify what data retention is and the nature of the threat it poses to citizens.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 29

MH17: now not the time for diplomatic nuance — and G20 decisions can wait

Tony Abbott’s strong response on the issue of culpability for MH17 was justified and appropriate.

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Australia’s gold rush, reprised

The global middle class is invigorating Australia’s prosperity, but this time it’s being powered by an “archipelago” of world class mines, gas wells, farms and coastal metropolises.

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MH17: Malaysia Airlines 777 ‘shot down’ over Ukraine 295 dead

LIVE BLOG: Aviation expert Ben Sandilands with the latest on the crash.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | UNLOCK?

Brandis’ national security bill a concern for whistleblowers, journalists

The government’s national security reform bill sticks closely to what was promised, but there are some concerns that a parliamentary committee will need to tackle.

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MYRIAM ROBIN | UNCATEGORIZED | 15 UNLOCK?

‘A lost cause’: is The Australian really Canberra’s most influential paper?

Anyone who’s anyone in Canberra reads The Australian. But that doesn’t mean the paper is as influential as it says it is.

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Carbon repeal: condemning our children for cheap political points

The repeal of a functioning, low-impact carbon price is an economic attack on future generations, and they will damn us for it.

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