In light of recent events
What does the future hold for our politicians? Part II

In light of recent events

Oslo Davis

Oslo Davis is an illustrator and artist.


In This Issue

Murdoch press snippets

News Corp: Democracy’s greatest threat

Denialism, nihilism and the Murdoch propaganda machine

Photo of Anangu artists Christine Brumby, Charmaine Kulitja, Rene Kulitja and Happy Reid with the Uluru statement canvas.

A fresh canvas for Indigenous politics

The Uluru statement is headed for referendum

Photo of Kwaio elder Moses Mola’ania.

Reconciliation, Kwaio style

The end of a century-old enmity between Australia and a Solomon Islands community

Election Night Bingo

Pens at the ready for the nation’s big night in


Online latest

Osamah Sami with members of his local mosque

In ‘House of Gods’, Sydney’s Muslim community gets to be complicated

Plus, Barnaby Joyce shines in ‘Nemesis’, Emma Seligman and Rachel Sennott deliver ‘Bottoms’, and Chloë Sevigny and Molly Ringwald step up for ‘Feud: Capote vs. The Swans’.

International Film Festival Rotterdam highlights

Films from Iran, Ukraine and Bundaberg were deserving winners at this year’s festival

Two women on a train smile and shake hands

‘Expats’ drills down on Hong Kong’s class divide

Plus, Netflix swallows Trent Dalton, Deborah Mailman remains in ‘Total Control’ and ‘Vanderpump Rules’ returns for another season

Image of a man playing music using electronics and the kora (West African harp)

Three overlooked albums of spiritual jazz from 2023

Recent releases by kora player John Haycock, trumpeter Matthew Halsall and 14-piece jazz ensemble Ancient Infinity Orchestra feel like a refuge from reality