Nationwide demonstrations stopped cities to rally against the controversial coal mine.
One of the nation’s biggest banks has warned that official interest rates will be halved within months in a bid to strengthen the economy as signs grow job seekers in … Read More
Anyone who thinks that elections don’t matter would do well to observe the smoking ruins of Australian social democracy this week, in the wake of Scott Morrison’s tax cuts.
Charity status, university funding, and the administration of the Semester 2 SRC race are all at stake.
Australians have been urged to back the push for Indigenous recognition, in a significant call from a new Liberal senator designed to counter fears within the Morrison government over changes … Read More
Still trying to figure out how Labor lost another unloseable election? The pollsters got it wrong, the bookies got it wrong, the punters got it wrong the ABC and most … Read More
POLITICS is all about the timing, so this column might initially seem a little out of place. But stick with me. I am grateful to those who fought for the … Read More
This story was first published on newmatilda.com – it’s being reprinted (with updates) here to try and ease some of the load on the NM server. As Frances enters yet another period … Read More
A University of Sydney Professor – employed by the federal government as a specialist consultant to review the national English curriculum – has described the Prime Minister as an “Abo … Read More
IN JANUARY 2014, the nation’s most famous ex-pat journalist John Pilger will launch his latest film in Australia. Two years in the making, Utopia is a feature length documentary that … Read More