The Christchurch attacks have brought New Zealand together. But in Australia, the home of the alleged killer, we keep fighting, and refuse to change.
Crikey readers discuss the fallout of the Christchurch shootings.
The media has a lot to answer for in its mainstreaming of racist and anti-Muslim commentary, and it's not just the far-right outlets that are to blame.
Crikey readers discuss workplace bullying, Fraser Anning and other stories of the day.
Half the Tory right believe that the party would triumph if it could be an unashamedly nationalist and chauvinist party, and hell, they may be right.
The propensity of Australians to believe "fake news" undermines the fact that, in a democracy, the dissemination of truth is as important as freedom of expression.
Freelance journalist Jarni Blakkarly spent three months monitoring a Pauline Hanson forum on Facebook. He found very little about Hanson, and a whole lot about Islam.
No, Geert Wilders will not be prime minister of The Netherlands. But there is another very important right-wing contest coming up, writes freelance journalist Alan Austin.
And will the Netherlands be able to stop Geert Wilders?