Nick Feik


Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.



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Editor’s Note July 2018

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When trying to account for Rupert Murdoch’s influence over the past six decades, one of the difficulties is imagining a world without it. As Richard Cooke points out in the July issue of The Monthly, modern life sans Murdoch is almost inconceivable, …

Twenty-four dollars and some sense

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The best prospect for workplace reform is a change of government

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One Nation divided

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It’s her way or the highway for Burston

Cash comments

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The minister fronts the media after being subpoenaed

Espionage and clandestine interference

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Bob Carr and questions about Chinese influence

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Stop and listen

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The Turnbull government refuses to acknowledge Indigenous voices

Editor’s Note June 2018

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“The writer, like the murderer, needs a motive,” Janet Malcolm once wrote. For good reason, a savvy writer is wary of being written about. Knowing what’s involved, why should she submit herself to the motives – and the savage scrutiny – of …

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Budget 2018: expect the expected

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Morrison will predict great things for the economy and spend accordingly

Editor’s Note May 2018

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In Australia, according to the latest census figures, the average woman does 14 hours of housework and family organisation per week; the average man does fewer than five. Women do three quarters of the child care, and 70 per cent of caring for elderly …

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