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Editor’s Note December 2014 – January 2015 Nick Feik
Monday, 1st December 2014
Summer is upon us, and for many it heralds a hard-earnt break. ...
 
 
Solidarity forever Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne's 'Two Days, One Night' and Matthew Warchus's 'Pride', reviewed Anwen Crawford
Friday, 28th November 2014
“The only way to stop crying is to fight for your job,” says Manu (Fabrizio Rongione) to his wife Sandra (Marion Cottilard) in the Belgian film Two Days, One...
 
 
Team sports Has Tony Abbott lost his cheer squad? Michaela McGuire
Thursday, 27th November 2014
How better to make sense of the state of the nation than through a sporting analogy? ...
 
 
There is no Left A figment of the Right's imagination Russell Marks
Thursday, 27th November 2014
In July, incoming senator James McGrath became the latest Liberal Party politician to accuse the ABC of bias. “While it continues to represent only...
 
 
Clivosaurus The politics of Clive Palmer Guy Rundle
Wednesday, 26th November 2014
Saturday, 3 July 2014, and outside Coolum, along David Low Way on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, the cars were backed up for a stretch, heading into the...
 
 
Aunty: flexible, not flabby An RN presenter responds to Louise Evans Andrew Ford
Tuesday, 25th November 2014
I read Louise Evans’ Fairfax op-ed piece on Monday morning with a mixture of interest and revulsion. The latter response was partly because I knew that, at...
 
 
Promises, promises... Tony Abbott's political suicide Mungo MacCallum
Tuesday, 25th November 2014
So Tony Abbott has broken another election promise. Well, golly gee – who would have thought it? ...
 
 
The political stupidity of the ABC cuts Nick Feik
Monday, 24th November 2014
We hardly need to be reminded of it, but the ABC funding cut demonstrates the utter political ineptitude of the Abbott government. ...
 
 
The end of the affair Will the Left now finally leave Malcolm Turnbull? Mark Bahnisch
Friday, 21st November 2014
I don’t watch Q&A very often. My efforts to do so, as a matter of perceived public duty, often fail within the first five minutes: if I’m not infuriated...
 
 
Cringing Tony Abbott at the G20 leaders' retreat Russell Marks
Thursday, 20th November 2014
Tom Switzer, former editor of Spectator Australia magazine, yesterday urged his readers on the Guardian’s website to look deeper at Prime Minister Tony...
 
 

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