Whether you’re a poor Australian or a spied-on foreign head of state, the Coalition is fair in dispensing short shrift to all comers.
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How many Indonesian boats have we bought, and at what cost? Nobody’s saying.
For nearly two decades, John poured every cent he earned into gambling. In this animated short, the recovering problem gambler shares his story, and the hard-won wisdom he picked up along the way.
At Hogwarts, there are charms, spells and then there are unforgivable curses. There are gradations in the dark arts in the House of Reprehensibles, too.
The return of troops from Afghanistan may bring "tidal wave" of veterans with PTSD, according to the general formerly in charge of Australian forces there. What have been your experiences in theatre of war? What can Australia do to better cope with these mental injuries to its citizens, and are there lessons it can take from the approaches of other countries?
Now you can go from refugee to TPV – and suddenly get only temporary protection – depending on the paperwork flow in Australia’s bureaucracy.
The NSW government has bulldozed opposition to more mines, with new rules that put economic benefits – including to the state coffers – above all else.
Australia is cleaning up some of its own tax-avoiders, but for those with money to launder – especially from Papua New Guinea – it’s a nice place to wash up.
The English would never knock down Stonehenge to mine for coal. Nor the French, the Lascaux Caves. So why is the government allowing prospectors to mine the planet's most ancient artworks?
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