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We will not go down to the sea. It will come to us

We will not go down to the sea. It will come to us

Sea levels rising and falling up to hundreds of metres is a story re-told on Earth multiple times over the past hundred million years. But this time is different.

Thought you'd heard all the weirdest Trumpisms? A new book reveals some shockers.

Thought you'd heard all the weirdest Trumpisms? A new book reveals some shockers.

Even for veteran and desensitised Trump watchers, the anecdotes presented in A Very Stable Genius will set the teeth on edge.

Lies, murder and the Coniston massacre

Lies, murder and the Coniston massacre

In 1928, the murder of Fred Brooks triggered a series of events that led to a brutal – and officially sanctioned – massacre of Indigenous Australians.

Lest we forget George Christensen's selective approach to free speech

Lest we forget George Christensen's selective approach to free speech

George Christensen has inserted himself into a debate about politically contentious art. Crikey takes a look back at the MP's mixed messaging on the issue of free speech.

Is this curtains for the arts in the Australian government? Not quite.

Is this curtains for the arts in the Australian government? Not quite.

The reshuffling of the bureaucratic deckchairs doesn’t really mean the end of the Arts ministry. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be worried.

The importance of hearing what She Said

The importance of hearing what She Said

Crikey speaks to journalist and author Jodi Kantor, who helped break the Harvey Weinstein accusations, about what has changed since the beginning of the Me Too movement.

Triggered: contradictions and resentment collide in Donald Trump Jr's new book

Triggered: contradictions and resentment collide in Donald Trump Jr's new book

In Donald Trump Jr's Triggered: How the Left thrives on hate and wants to silence us, we see the depressingly plausible prospect of a second Trump in the White House.

The media legacy of a forgotten comic's extraordinarily racist act

The media legacy of a forgotten comic's extraordinarily racist act

Beers' legacy is more than just another illustration of the contortions journalists will perform to avoid calling something racist.

The Smiths were far more than what Morrissey’s become

The Smiths were far more than what Morrissey’s become

Morrissey's embrace of the far right makes you go back to the old records wondering what you missed. Does the music still sound the same?

Our new national arts policy still offers nothing for the little guys

Our new national arts policy still offers nothing for the little guys

There's a growing resentment in the arts sector, and Australia’s cultural ministers just ensured it will continue growing for at least the next decade.