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The wildest and wackiest submissions to the 18C inquiry

The wildest and wackiest submissions to the 18C inquiry

Liam ApterJan 9, 2017

From mankind’s divine freedom of speech to the Australian Human Rights Commission being a "get rich scheme for protected minorities", there are some eye-watering submissions to the 18C inquiry. Crikey intern Liam Apter rounds up the best.

How much of your Christmas tinnie is going to the taxman?

How much of your Christmas tinnie is going to the taxman?

Liam ApterDec 23, 20162 Comments

Australians love to celebrate, and celebrations usually means alcohol. And with Christmas coming up we are here to show much of your drinks are made up of tax. Crikey intern Liam Apter explains.

An A to Z of the 'alt-right'

An A to Z of the 'alt-right'

Tamsin RoseDec 22, 20167 Comments

A look back on 2016's most surprising new subculture, by Crikey intern Tamsin Rose.

Why does Coles want to introduce a limit on its pokies?

Why does Coles want to introduce a limit on its pokies?

Liam ApterDec 21, 20161 Comment

Coles has announced it wants to introduce $1 limits on its pokies. Why now? And will rival Woolworths do the same? Crikey intern Liam Apter reports.

Cabinet of deplorables: who Trump has chosen to ruin the US (so far)

Cabinet of deplorables: who Trump has chosen to ruin the US (so far)

Harrison JohnstoneDec 12, 20168 Comments

Donald Trump's proposed nominees for cabinet positions range from the inept to wilfully destructive, writes Crikey intern Harrison Johnstone.

The maddest, baddest and saddest conspiracy theories of 2016

The maddest, baddest and saddest conspiracy theories of 2016

Harrison JohnstoneDec 9, 20163 Comments

From Malcolm Roberts to the new president of the United States, it has been a very good year for conspiracy theories, writes Crikey intern Harrison Johnstone.

Women's voices missing from media

Harrison JohnstoneDec 9, 2016

Women represent just 21% of people quoted in the Australian media, a new analysis has found.

How the unions forced CUB to save 55 jobs: a boozy Christmas miracle

How the unions forced CUB to save 55 jobs: a boozy Christmas miracle

Harrison JohnstoneDec 7, 20164 Comments

After seven months, Carlton & United Breweries has reached an agreement with its picketing staff. Crikey intern Harrison Johnstone finds out how it all went down.

Did Standing Rock protests stop the Dakota Access Pipeline?

Did Standing Rock protests stop the Dakota Access Pipeline?

Harrison JohnstoneDec 6, 2016

After more than two years, have protesters at Standing Rock really ended the Dakota Access Pipeline standoff? Crikey intern Harrison Johnstone draws up a timeline of events.

One Nation v science

One Nation v science

Jordan FermanisDec 1, 201618 Comments

One Nation has been making quite a few claims about science and climate change. Luckily, scientists are very happy to set the record straight, writes Crikey intern Jordan Fermanis .

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