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10 ENTRIES Bronwyn Adcock is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in The Griffith Review and The Saturday Paper, and on the ABC. She is the author of Currowan.



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Detail from the “Committee Study of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation Program”

Society

The trial

The Kafkaesque fate of Encep ‘Hambali’ Nurjaman, 20 years after the Bali bombings

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Politics

Declaration of independents

The success of Indi MP Helen Haines points to more non-aligned voices in parliament

Black Summer at Currowan

Society

Black Summer at Currowan

Lessons from Australia’s worst bushfires

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Society

Close to home for Katy Gallagher

Life in quarantine as COVID-19 hits Senator Katy Gallagher’s family

Shattered

Society

Shattered

A NSW community questions whether last summer’s catastrophic bushfire was inevitable

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Society

Weathering the cost

After 300 inquiries into natural disasters and emergency management, insurers are taking the lead

Image of 2019–20 NSW bushfires

Society

Living hell

Caught up in the chaos of the catastrophic bushfires on the NSW South Coast, the author experienced the terror of those whose homes and loved ones are threatened, as the failures of leadership became all too real

Collaroy, New South Wales

Society

Rising tide

Dealing with sea-level rise when private property is at stake

Illustration

Society

The Captain Cook connection

One man’s campaign to have Gweagal artefacts returned to Australia

Image of David Wotherspoon

Society

Sick on the inside

Our corrective services struggle to cope with the mental health requirements of inmates