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If New Zealand can do it, why can’t Australia?

If New Zealand can do it, why can’t Australia?

Crikey readers discuss Closing the Gap and other low points in Australian politics.

How Jacinta Price became a darling of the (alt) right

How Jacinta Price became a darling of the (alt) right

The NT politician is favoured by TV producers, supported by alt-right trolls and will soon run for federal office. How did her star rise so high?

Swelling crowds and rising heat: the mixed emotions of Invasion Day

Swelling crowds and rising heat: the mixed emotions of Invasion Day

"While the marches are sometimes referred to as 'change the date' rallies, this is not accurate. These rallies are about changing the discourse."

Where do Victorian micro-parties and independents stand on Aboriginal treaty?

Where do Victorian micro-parties and independents stand on Aboriginal treaty?

Who will continue to support Dan Andrews' plan for treaty? And who will try to thwart it?

Abbott’s vision for remote education has been tried, and failed

Abbott’s vision for remote education has been tried, and failed

Stigmatising Aboriginal languages — and by extension, their speakers — is still in vogue despite the many complex realities on the ground.

Australian politics has a 1933 moment

Australian politics has a 1933 moment

The Coalition's support for a racist motion from Pauline Hanson trashes its legacy of fighting fascism and signals a dark moment in Australian politics.

Morrison’s $3.6 billion tax cut plan

Morrison’s $3.6 billion tax cut plan

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison pushes through with a $3.6 billion tax cut package for small businesses. Plus, Tony Abbott put to work as Indigenous envoy. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Razer: I turned 50 under capitalism. It was pretty shit except for the food.

Razer: I turned 50 under capitalism. It was pretty shit except for the food.

Aging gracefully in this country is an expensive pursuit, available only to the wealthiest of us.

Rundle: the Voice to Parliament sounds like a very bad deal

Rundle: the Voice to Parliament sounds like a very bad deal

The Voice to Parliament, part three of the Uluru deal, seems like it can only end with the Senate and House throwing Indigenous people under the bus.