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Josephine Cashman (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Bruce Pascoe's Dark Emu tendered as evidence in whacko-right conspiracy

Having failed to discredit Dark Emu author Bruce Pascoe's Aboriginality, Josephine Cashman has floated towards some altogether more troubling conspiracies about his ties to the 'deep state'.

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The Hopetoun Tea Rooms and other iconic businesses must be saved

Many see the demise of iconic businesses — those that make a city what it is — as inevitable, while governments prop up dying airlines and zombie corporations.

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Are dating apps more popular in Australia due to coronavirus?

Are dating apps more popular than ever? What demographics use them most? What is the future of online dating? Your questions, answered.

Warwick Thornton's The Beach (Image: SBS)

Don't call it 'slow TV': The Beach is the meditative show we need

Welcome to The Beach: three hours of meditative television, where so little happens — but so much.

The Carriageworks arts precinct. (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

To save the arts we don't need lobbyists, we need movie stars

Behind-the-scenes lobbying for the arts has been far less effective than using public figures to garner support. It's time for our stars to shine.

The Carriageworks arts precinct. (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

Under COVID cover, Morrison enacts a war on culture — and wins

Australia has been letting the arts die by a thousand cuts for years — COVID-19 was just the latest stroke.

The Carriageworks arts precinct. (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

Carriageworks collapse is just the tip of the iceberg in virus-inspired arts crisis

Sydney's Carriageworks arts precinct has gone into voluntary administration, just one sign of the trouble facing the arts sector.

Collingwood Football Club President Eddie McGuire (Image: AAP/Michael Dodge)

Harsh actions drive culture change push at the elite end of arts and sport

The coronavirus crisis has revealed the folly of stacking the boards of cultural organisations with members of the corporate elite.

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Turnbull offers a story of the glitz, glamour and superficiality of the city that made him

Like the city he comes from, Malcolm Turnbull's autobiography offers an exciting and glamorous ride, but reveals little beneath the surface.

Central Station Records in 1978 (Image: Supplied)

The record label that beat down Murdoch goes to No. 1

The David of record labels took on the 'big six' Goliaths and won, and changed the face of music in Australia.

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