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We need to review how we respond to forms of temporary migrant labour exploitation, to ensure criminal charges, and civil and administrative remedies are pursued,...
It’s taken fresh, horrifying revelations broadcast on national TV for the Prime Minister to announce a royal commission to probe the Don Dale Youth Detention...
Dreaming of quitting your job and running your own small business? Well, Tara-Jay Rimmer did just that. And this is how things turned out.
The Olympics were once something that allowed cynical humans to be idealistic and enjoy a sporting spectacle. But the cancer of doping has destroyed the Olympic...
Are our politicians entitled to their opinions — or entitled to what they can prove?
As the race heats up for November's US election, speculation is rampant about how certain demographics will vote. Donald Trump has hit the lead in some polls, but...
Turkey is a land fond of conspiracy theories and Erdoğan’s labelling of people as “Gülenists” may simply be code for anyone who opposes his autocratic rule.
Yes, the virtual reality game can be annoying for some. But it can be "life changing" for children with autism.
The rise of Trump is explicable when we consider three factors.
Forget merging the environment and energy portfolios - we need Minister for the Environment and for Clean Energy, writes Senator Larissa Waters.
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It's back to school for Australia's politicians.
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Despite more women being preselected and on the tickets, this government and cabinet still has a historically low number of women representatives.
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Because what problem can't be solved by marginalising entire populations?
The government’s first priority should be to improve conditions in offshore detention centres in Nauru and Papua New Guinea, writes Maria O'Sullivan.
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