Nick Feik

Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.



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Bursting Morrison’s bubble

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The PM has had a disastrous week on the world stage

Editor’s Note September 2019

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“Howard etched the groove and Morrison has settled comfortably into it,” writes Judith Brett. “He is, he tells us, just a normal guy, paying off an average-sized mortgage on a typical three-bedroom family home, with two young kids and a supportive …

Editor’s Note August 2019

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It cannot be coincidental that Australia’s biggest cultural controversies in recent years have involved non-white sportsmen who “step out of line”. The sagas of Israel Folau and Adam Goodes are different in so many ways, but the similarities are …

Dry July

Today

The government’s policy cupboard is already bare

Minister for Hot Air

Today

Angus Taylor’s handling of the latest emissions data is a lesson in spin

Editor’s Note June 2019

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“Beneath the headlines of Morrison the Messiah, Labor’s complacent Victoria-centric campaign and the failure of the opinion polls, both public and party, to pick the result, is a nation permanently divided,” writes George Megalogenis. The election …

Editor’s Note May 2019

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“In the lead-up to the election, the ridiculousness of News Corp front pages, especially on the tabloids, is so pervasive and routine it has almost become part of the pageantry. The bias, like New Years Eve fireworks, gets bigger every occasion, and …

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New developments in watergate scandal

Today

The EAA deal is not the only buyback that warrants scrutiny

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Budget 2019: papering over the cracks

Today

The budget’s gifts and promises are unlikely to impress a disillusioned public

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