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Essendon plane crash and the fatal consequences of profit before people

Essendon plane crash and the fatal consequences of profit before people

Ben SandilandsFeb 22, 20172 Comments

Should shopping centres be put so close to airport runways? Should anything?

Rundle: remembering the smell of lamb stew in Fitzroy's badlands

Guy RundleFeb 10, 20178 Comments

Pi.O. wears the uniform of inner-city artists I remember from the '80s, op-shop suit jacket and jeans, but he has the attitude and approach of what someone once called the "four grey-suited men of modernism", writes Guy Rundle.

Mayne: another day, another Labor favour for a billionaire in Melbourne

Mayne: another day, another Labor favour for a billionaire in Melbourne

Stephen MayneFeb 9, 20174 Comments

There is no clear reason why James Packer and Crown Resorts are getting such special treatment.

How the Herald Sun declared war on Melbourne's homeless

How the Herald Sun declared war on Melbourne's homeless

John MartinkusJan 25, 201714 Comments

The Herald Sun sounded the drums of war against people sleeping rough at Flinders Street Station. Then crosstown rival The Age joined the fray, writes freelance journalist John Martinkus.

Don't blame bail justices for Bourke St attack

Don't blame bail justices for Bourke St attack

Denham SadlerJan 25, 20177 Comments

Bail justices, or volunteers who determine whether to grant bail after hours, are being blamed for Friday's Melbourne CBD rampage. But it's not that simple, writes freelance journalist Denham Sadler.

Lib candidate promotes racial profiling, which does have one upside

Lib candidate promotes racial profiling, which does have one upside

Shakira HusseinJan 16, 201717 Comments

Racial profiling has been prohibited by Victoria Police since 2015, but James Newbury wants to change all that.

Polling shows state Labor rampant on the east coast

Polling shows state Labor rampant on the east coast

Bernard KeaneDec 21, 2016

State-based polling shows Labor performing strongly in the eastern states, and One Nation and NXT well placed in Queensland and South Australia.

Rundle: Victoria must move beyond smug progressivism, lest the right triumph

Rundle: Victoria must move beyond smug progressivism, lest the right triumph

Guy RundleDec 19, 201629 Comments

If the left doesn't get its act together soon, the hard right will mobilise. And Daniel Andrews' Victorian government will be the first casualty.

Mayne: inside the chaotic election saga rocking Melbourne Council

Mayne: inside the chaotic election saga rocking Melbourne Council

Stephen MayneDec 12, 2016

Determining who ends up on the council now is a complicated issue.

Generational warfare over Liberal preselection as upstart Stephanie Ross challenges Gary Blackwood

Sally WhyteDec 9, 20162 Comments

25-year-old factional warrior Stephanie Ross is challenging sitting member for Narracan -- the 65-year-old Gary Blackwood -- for his job.

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