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Is Australia’s parliament really ‘united against racism’?

Is Australia’s parliament really ‘united against racism’?

Wait, Australian politicians don't like racism? When did that happen?

Anguished social media warriors have it wrong on Husar

Anguished social media warriors have it wrong on Husar

Many progressives on social media are guilty of exactly the kind of filtering and denialism they deride Trump supporters and climate denialists for.

Australian literary festivals and the optics of outrage

Australian literary festivals and the optics of outrage

A writers or "ideas" festival isn't complete without at least one incongruous and controversial addition. But who benefits from this, and is this cycle of outrage sustainable?

Testing times for Shorten as Turnbull enjoys life free of Joyce and Abbott

Testing times for Shorten as Turnbull enjoys life free of Joyce and Abbott

With Barnaby Joyce gone and Tony Abbott alienating his own colleagues, two of the key causes of Malcolm Turnbull's woes have been curbed — opening the way to shift the spotlight to Bill Shorten.

Media Files: World Cup to stay on SBS

Media Files: World Cup to stay on SBS

After a disastrous run with Optus Sport, the World Cup will now be screened on SBS until the end of the group stage.

All the times Barnaby Joyce has ‘broken his silence’ this year

All the times Barnaby Joyce has ‘broken his silence’ this year

Our former deputy PM is truly Australia's most enigmatic and reserved politician. Here are all the groundbreaking times he's spoken out.

How one bonk ban cock-blocked an entire city

How one bonk ban cock-blocked an entire city

Canberra’s late-night watering hole, Public Bar in Manuka, was once a bustling hotspot for piss-ups and hook-ups. But since the bonk ban, the notorious nightspot has become a ghost of its former self.

Media Files: Campion drops privacy complaint

Media Files: Campion drops privacy complaint

Barnaby Joyce's partner Vikki Campion has reportedly dropped a privacy complaint she submitted to the Australian Press Council over photographs The Daily Telegraph took of her while pregnant.

Crikey Worm: Queensland has the blues

Crikey Worm: Queensland has the blues

Good morning, early birds. The NSW Blues have taken a significant win against Queensland in Game 1 of State of Origin. Plus, the judge who sentenced Brock Turner has been voted out of office. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Could Turnbull deliver a sensible Coalition drought policy?

Could Turnbull deliver a sensible Coalition drought policy?

Is the government finally embracing the fact that drought assistance merely punishes farmers who do the right thing?