Martin McKenzie-Murray

Martin McKenzie-Murray
Martin McKenzie-Murray is the author of A Murder Without Motive: The Killing of Rebecca Ryle.

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The second wave


Case studies of systemic failure in Victoria’s fight against coronavirus

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Silver linings


Having survived Afghanistan as a counterintelligence officer, a traumatised vet and his family lost their farm in the Adelaide Hills bushfires

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Don’t look back in anger: Liam and Noel Gallagher


As interest in Oasis resurges, talking to the combative brothers recalls their glory years as ‘dirty chancers, stealing riffs instead of Ford Fiestas’

Image of Earthcore, 2005

All Tomorrow’s Parties


The life and death of Spiro Boursinos, impresario of rave culture’s pioneering event Earthcore

West Coast Eagles 2006 premiership team

The West Coast boys done bad


Ten years after the Eagles’ 2006 premiership, a culture is laid bare

Illustration by Jeff Fisher.

Killing time

Serial killers

A murderer’s plea