Nick Feik


Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.



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Minister for Hot Air

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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

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The EAA deal is not the only buyback that warrants scrutiny

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Budget 2019: papering over the cracks

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

Editor’s Note April 2019

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“Denial takes many forms,” writes James Bradley in The Monthly’s April issue. “There is the shameless intellectual dishonesty of the hard right, with its junk science and surrender to corporate interests.” One wouldn’t need to walk …

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Editor’s Note March 2019

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“The times favour me,” Bill Shorten says. Speaking to Laura Tingle in his first in-depth press interview in many months, the Opposition leader is both candid and confident. He speaks as a man who has survived every insult and accusation that opponents …

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Editor’s Note February 2019

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As the Morrison government stumbles towards electoral disaster, seemingly incapable of finding its purpose, intent instead on exploiting nationalist culture politics, surely some in the Coalition must be regretting their actions of August last year.  The …

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Editor’s Note December 2018 – January 2019

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  In July 2016 I received an email from journalist Sam Vincent: “Have you heard of David Eastman?” Eastman was convicted in 1995 for the murder of AFP Assistant Commissioner Colin Winchester, the most senior cop ever killed …

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