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Tips and rumours

Crikey August 30, 2017 5 Comments

Herald Sun "for Melbourne" ... saved by an apostrophe ... Cory Bernardi's new bedfellows ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Crikey June 20, 2017 6 Comments

Safe Schools redux ... which beer is best? ... Bolt's Aly plea ...

McCain’s frozen peace: why the media swooned for a Republican’s cliched US exceptionalism

Helen Razer June 1, 2017 9 Comments

McCain's rhetoric leant heavily on the idea of the "bully". “Bullying” has come, rather craftily, to signify anything one doesn’t like, from the stuff I write in Crikey to the PRC’s economic growth, writes Helen Razer.

NSW government rejects call for internet filtering, opt-in Safe Schools

Josh Taylor May 18, 2017

The NSW government has rejected calls to force internet filtering on the population and to make Safe Schools opt-in only.

Taxpayers should shell out for religious indoctrination in public schools because freedom

Josh Taylor May 8, 2017 12 Comments

School chaplains argue they need millions of dollars in taxpayer funding to push their religion in government schools.

Taylor’s fantasy budget: full fibre NBN is very ‘good debt’

Josh Taylor May 4, 2017 3 Comments

A government committed to investing "good debt" in infrastructure would fully fund a world-class national broadband network in Australia.

After campaigning against Australian LGBTI kids, ACL turns its attention globally

Josh Taylor April 21, 2017 7 Comments

The group that led the campaign against Safe Schools now wants to stop Australian aid funding being spent on sexual health services and education.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Crikey March 31, 2017 1 Comment

Diplomatic faux pas ... lonely Brendan O'Connor ... Devine's exclusive ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Crikey March 15, 2017 1 Comment

ACL revises history ... justice for Paleo Pear Claire ... the joys of working from home ...

Anti-Safe Schools flyers appear ahead of WA election

Crikey February 24, 2017 1 Comment

But who's responsible?