Martin McKenzie-Murray is the author of The Speechwriter and A Murder Without Motive: The Killing of Rebecca Ryle.
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A revived interest in alien visitation only underscores how little we know about the universe
The permanent damage of temporary protection
She’ll be right, mate
On Scott Morrison’s complacency
Matters of opinion
What is the cost of persistently reporting one’s observations?
Vice grip: ‘The Virtues’
Shane Meadows’ astonishing series stems from a late reckoning with his own childhood abuse
One for the fans
After an extraordinary week in football, fans of all stripes have something to celebrate
Give us not serenity but a sense of urgency in the face of catastrophic climate change
Why should we assume Morrison’s good faith, given his track record?
The moral deadening
On the effects of Morrison’s shabby theatre and calculated evasions
The Foo Fighters’ AIDS denialism should be on the record
Australia’s Trump apologists
In the wake of the US Capitol riot, let us review the performances of Trump’s Australian cheerleaders
What elitism looks like
Flagrant conflicts of interest abound at the top
A vision of America in November 2021
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