Nick Feik


Nick Feik
Nick Feik is the editor of The Monthly.



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The Liberal Party: a rolling fiasco

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The government’s suite of half-formed ideas work for no one

Politics and life-threatening decisions

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A former immigration department official speaks out, plus Sean Kelly on Scott Morrison

Arts special with award winning artist Mojo Juju

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Also featuring director Rachel Perkins plus Karen Hitchcock on drug legalisation

Editor’s Note September 2018

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September in Australia means celebrating football fever. But as Wendy Carlisle’s extensive investigation for The Monthly reveals, players may pay a permanent price for their brief moments of on-field glory. While American football has been …

Helen Garner on the courts, and a cure for ageing?

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Also featuring the legend of Australian spy Laurie Matheson and Andrew Ford on Leonard Bernstein

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

Today

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

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