April 2012


Magazine

April 2012

Once Were Warriors

Across the Great Divide

A Ferry into the Past

On a Mission

Randy House

Sydney Gets a Laneway

That Blockhead Thing

A Port for the Soul

One morning with Malcolm Turnbull

On life in politics


The Nation Reviewed

Comment: Blessed are the Wealth-makers

Entrepreneur – isn’t that a lovely word? You know, entrepreneur – we want entrepreneurs. — George W Bush, 2004

Once Were Warriors

Forgotten People, Elites and Class Warfare

Rockin’ Rupert

Murdoch’s Tweets of Doom

The Big Tumbleweed

The Docklands and the Broken Wheel

A Romantic B&B

The Bourbon & Beefsteak in Kings Cross

All Frocked Up

Grace Kelly’s Gowns in Bendigo


The Monthly Essays

Autumn of the Patriarch

Four Days with José Ramos-Horta

Across the Great Divide

Public versus Private Schools

A Ferry into the Past

The Story of Billy Blue


Arts & Letters

On a Mission

John Strehlow’s 'The Tale of Frieda Keysser'

Randy House

EL James’ 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

Sydney Gets a Laneway

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

That Blockhead Thing

Aztec Music’s Archaelogical Dig

A Port for the Soul

Aki Kaurismäki’s 'Le Havre'



Noted


Encounters

Gough Whitlam & Enoch Powell

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