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Glenn Dyer's TV ratings

Glenn DyerJan 17, 2017

If you don't like sport, you're in for a rough summer.

'Another day in paradise': Ben Quilty opens Myuran Sukumaran's posthumous art exhibition

'Another day in paradise': Ben Quilty opens Myuran Sukumaran's posthumous art exhibition

Ben Neutze Jan 13, 2017

Almost two years after Sukumaran’s death, Quilty is opening an exhibition featuring more than 100 of Sukumaran’s works, writes Daily Review journalist Ben Neutze

Guy Rundle's Christmas carols to fill you with yuletide cheer

Guy Rundle's Christmas carols to fill you with yuletide cheer

Guy RundleDec 23, 20165 Comments

A very Crikey Christmas.

Who killed the liberal dream? (Spoiler: it wasn’t ‘fake news’)

Who killed the liberal dream? (Spoiler: it wasn’t ‘fake news’)

Helen RazerDec 22, 201624 Comments

At what fucking point are we going to concede that “people just need to be better and read less fake news” is an irrational centrist dream, and no kind of solution at all? Helen Razer asks the question.

Peppa, the female chauvinist-baiting pig

Peppa, the female chauvinist-baiting pig

Mel CampbellDec 21, 20166 Comments

The thing is, parents of small children are perhaps less interested in fighting cultural wars than the media.

Greens remain Christmas grinches

Greens remain Christmas grinches

Josh TaylorDec 20, 20169 Comments

Greens voters still less likely to encourage belief in Santa than any other voters.

The top 5 most off-message idiots of 2016 (feat. Dutton)

The top 5 most off-message idiots of 2016 (feat. Dutton)

Helen RazerDec 20, 201610 Comments

There have been so many communications this year that merit dishonourable mention.

The compliment sandwich, or how Australian literary book reviews really are too nice

The compliment sandwich, or how Australian literary book reviews really are too nice

Myriam RobinDec 16, 2016

Academic says Australian Review of Books doesn't do critical reviews -- ABR says it does, with a juicy example.

Why do so few workplace sexual harassment cases end in criminal prosecution?

Why do so few workplace sexual harassment cases end in criminal prosecution?

Michael BradleyDec 15, 20163 Comments

The practical reality is that most sexual harassment allegations are resolved by confidential commercial settlement.

Aged-care services try to keep up as Australia turns grey

Aged-care services try to keep up as Australia turns grey

Bernard KeaneDec 13, 20166 Comments

Reforms to keep Australians out of residential aged care as long as possible appear to be working, with new data showing home care services growing rapidly.

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