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Is Australia's last Tiger heading for extinction?

Is Australia's last Tiger heading for extinction?

Ben SandilandsJan 17, 2017

Today, Virgin will fly an empty plane twice to Denpasar to pick up Tigerair passengers who have been, or might otherwise have become, the collateral damage in an ongoing disagreement with Jakarta's aviation regulators.

The post-Trump fourth estate crumbles under the weight of its own self-importance

The post-Trump fourth estate crumbles under the weight of its own self-importance

Michael BradleyJan 17, 201711 Comments

In a post-Trump world, dependable, incisive journalism is needed than ever, yet the media is failing fast and often.

Devils and rust: it was Democrats, not the Russians, wot destroyed America

Devils and rust: it was Democrats, not the Russians, wot destroyed America

Helen RazerJan 17, 201715 Comments

As America endures its painful life change from neoliberalism to neonationalism, Trump is not the only one having a nutty hot flash.

Won't somebody please think of the Christian bakers?

Won't somebody please think of the Christian bakers?

Josh TaylorJan 16, 201714 Comments

Religious organisations won't be happy unless cake bakers are saved from gay weddings.

Blaming only globalisation for inequality is misguided

Blaming only globalisation for inequality is misguided

Ian McAuleyJan 16, 20176 Comments

Globalisation has been only one of the developments that has led to widening inequality and social exclusion, writes adjunct lecturer in public finance at the University of Canberra Ian McAuley.

Lib candidate promotes racial profiling, which does have one upside

Lib candidate promotes racial profiling, which does have one upside

Shakira HusseinJan 16, 201716 Comments

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

Poll Bludger: Hansonism is a more potent force than Katterism or Palmerism

Poll Bludger: Hansonism is a more potent force than Katterism or Palmerism

William BoweJan 16, 20179 Comments

Pauline Hanson's latest breakthrough came on Friday, when Steve Dickson defected from the Liberal National Party.

Do MPs really know what it is like to deal with Centrelink?

Do MPs really know what it is like to deal with Centrelink?

Sally WhyteJan 13, 201712 Comments

We asked all MPs and senators whether they had ever interacted with Centrelink. Many Labor and Greens members gave us interesting answers -- and we got bupkis from the Coalition.

'Expenses' is the word for now, but will we care in six months?

Josh TaylorJan 13, 201717 Comments

Expenses dominated the first full working week of 2016, as the vacuum of summer news is filled with rorts.

Why did voters who will suffer most under Trump give him their vote?

Why did voters who will suffer most under Trump give him their vote?

Ian McAuleyJan 13, 20179 Comments

It would be hasty to attribute the Brexit and Trump votes to a “swing to the right”, or to an ill-informed electorate. The most compelling explanations are in terms of protest votes, writes adjunct lecturer in public finance at the University of Canberra Ian McAuley.

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