June 2016


Magazine

June 2016

Turnbull’s frolic

Back to the centre

Could he actually win?

Grave Barrier Reef

Sweet dark purpose

The reckoning

Could he actually win?

On the road with Bill Shorten


The Nation Reviewed

Turnbull’s frolic

Can Malcolm Turnbull survive on optimism alone?

Back to the centre

The electorate is not as volatile as we might imagine

In dispute

There’s a new contender in Sophie Mirabella and Cathy McGowan’s battle for Indi

Brexit wounds

Australia’s changing place in Britain’s EU deliberations

Foot soldiers

Trackside at a 24-hour ultramarathon


The Monthly Essays

Could he actually win?

On the road with Bill Shorten

The mind of the Islamic State

An ideology of savagery

Grave Barrier Reef

The coral bleaching signals a defining environmental shift


VOX

The bathplug dilemma

China since the other Malcolm

Owl

Medicine

The gentlemen’s club

Having a baby and having a medical career

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Sweet dark purpose

Scaling the IVF mountain in Julia Leigh’s ‘Avalanche’

Don’t lose that Ricky

The Kiwi charm of Taika Waititi’s ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’

The reckoning

Beyoncé’s powerful ‘Lemonade’



Noted

Tang: Treasures from the Silk Road capital Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, until 10 July 2016 By Julie Ewington

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