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‘Where was the help?’: The Northern Rivers flood rescues

Almost two weeks on from the catastrophic flooding on the east coast of Australia, residents have begun the slow process of rebuilding their lives. But they’ve been left with a lingering question: where was the help?

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The empty plan to end violence against women

Kristine Ziwica on the shortcomings of the National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children and what it means for women over the next decade.

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Keeping up with Jacqui Lambie

Chloe Hooper spent months talking to Jacqui Lambie, finding out how the public persona matches the private Jacqui.

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Is Scott Morrison about to be toppled?

Paul Bongiorno on how precarious the Prime Minister’s position might be.

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The end of public housing in Australia

Rick Morton on how governments and developers are exacerbating the housing crisis in Australia - and what it means for people who need a place to live.

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The Russia-Ukraine war fakes

Ukrainian media scholar Eugenia Kuznetsova on what’s real and what’s fake - and how disinformation could affect the outcome of the war.

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Why no one’s calling Angus Taylor

Mike Seccombe on the Morrison government’s interventions in the energy market, and why it’s lost the trust of the sector.

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Will house prices ever crash?

Russell Marks on why Australia’s housing market continues to confound expectations - and what might actually make a difference.

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Floods, war and the PM’s Covid-19 diagnosis

Paul Bongiorno on Scott Morrison’s performance and plummeting popularity.

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Morrison’s plan to deport thousands of migrants

Principal solicitor at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Hannah Dickinson on why Australia is deporting so many long-term residents.

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The bill that could end class actions

Journalist and lawyer Kieran Pender on the new government legislation that could spell the end of class actions in Australia, and what that would mean for access to justice.

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Why Putin is risking it all on Ukraine

Jonathan Pearlman on why Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin is risking it all on Ukraine, and whether economic sanctions will be enough.

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The end of Covid restrictions_Final_FinalFinal

Hannah Ryan on the global easing of pandemic restrictions despite ongoing concern over the Omicron variant of Covid-19.

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Russia moves on Ukraine, plus how prepared is Scott Morrison for conflict?

Today, columnist for The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno on how equipped Scott Morrison is to handle escalating tensions in both Ukraine and in the Pacific.

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The real cause of Australia’s mental health crisis

Rick Morton on the real causes of Australia’s spiralling mental health crisis and the recent bungle that made it worse.