Margaret Simons is an author, journalist and journalism academic. She has written numerous books, articles and essays, including the Quarterly Essay Cry Me a River: The Tragedy of the Murray–Darling Basin.
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Adam Bandt, the personable hardliner
Where will the Greens’ unusual new leader take the party?
When the politics got personal
Gillian Triggs’ culture shock
Revisiting the kids of Angeles City
Three years on, how are the Filipino children of Australian sex tourists faring?
Duterte’s dirty war
A trip to the Philippines reveals the human cost of the war on drugs
Is Michelle Guthrie tuned in to the ABC?
The new managing director’s vision isn’t clear
After the story
What did an award-winning story on the children of Australian sex tourists achieve?
The children left behind by Australian sex tourists in the Philippines
The decline of the ‘Australian’
Talking about the narcissistic national daily only encourages it
Mark Scott embarks on another five-year term
Sex before soccer
Crises of faith
The future of Fairfax
The international student sector
Duty of care
In the last three months, dozens of women throughout our country and region have been told their life story has taken, without their knowledge, a dreadful twist. The locus of the twist, and the place where their separate narratives intertwine, is the …
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