May 2019

The Nation Reviewed

Ticked off

By Marina Kamenev
Being bitten by a tick just got a whole lot stranger

Marina Kamenev

Marina Kamenev is a Sydney-based journalist.

Cover May 2019

May 2019

From the front page

Morrison’s reboot

The PM’s new ministry marks a generational shift

Image of Tony Abbott

Thus passes the glory of Tony Abbott

The former member for Warringah will mainly be remembered for his mistakes

Image from ‘Broad City’

The last laugh

On ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, ‘Catastrophe’, ‘Broad City’, ‘You’re the Worst’, ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ and ‘Veep’

Photo of Leonard French underneath his stained glass ceiling at the National Gallery of Victoria.

Leonard French’s Balzacian life

Reg MacDonald’s biography may return this Australian artist to the national imagination


In This Issue

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The government’s appeal to self-interest groups

The Liberal Party has little left but pitches to the hip pocket

Still image from John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum

Killer instincts: The ‘John Wick’ franchise

Keanu Reeves hones his stardom in the hyperreal violence of an assassin’s tale

Illustration

Silence in Christchurch

The Islamic prison chaplain from Goulburn who rushed to New Zealand

Image of Michael Jackson and James Safechuck.

Starstruck: Reckoning with Michael Jackson’s legacy

What do we do with the music after ‘Leaving Neverland’?


More in The Nation Reviewed

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The cases against Colin Manock

Calls mount for a royal commission into SA’s former forensic pathologist

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Silence in Christchurch

The Islamic prison chaplain from Goulburn who rushed to New Zealand

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Terri Butler’s rise through the rancour

The Queensland Labor MP on the hustings and the hating

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The Murray–Darling’s dry mouth

Scientists are witnessing the ecological collapse of South Australia’s Coorong


Read on

Image of Tony Abbott

Thus passes the glory of Tony Abbott

The former member for Warringah will mainly be remembered for his mistakes

Image from ‘Broad City’

The last laugh

On ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’, ‘Catastrophe’, ‘Broad City’, ‘You’re the Worst’, ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ and ‘Veep’

Image of former prime minister Bob Hawke

Remembering the Silver Bodgie

Bob Hawke’s ability to build consensus reshaped Australia

Doomsday is nigh

The ALP’s policies are mild – why are they being treated as a mortal threat?


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