May 2015


Magazine

May 2015

History repeats

Remote control

Havoc

Gut feelings

Received wisdom

The king and I

Secret diva

Chain of danger

Remote control

Ten years of struggle and success in indigenous Australia


The Nation Reviewed

History repeats

The predictable patterns of Australian politics

Broken faith in politics

Australia has cheerfully grown complacent, self-absorbed and selfish

Health and welfare

Restricted welfare payments may help in many indigenous communities

A crying shame

Women could use a little of the shameless confidence men take for granted

Bay of action

To preserve Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne should learn from Sydney

Digital bricklayers

In Sydney, Animal Logic is building a Lego animation empire


The Monthly Essays

Remote control

Ten years of struggle and success in indigenous Australia

Havoc

A life in accidents

Gut feelings

The mysteries of the microbiome


VOX

The insults of age

A one-woman assault on condescension

Owl

Medicine

Mind the gaps

The private health insurance racket

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Received wisdom

David Malouf’s extraordinary musings on life and art

The king and I

How the television adaptation of ‘Wolf Hall’ transcends the usual Tudor tale

Secret diva

Róisín Murphy ends an eight-year absence from pop with ‘Hairless Toys’

Chain of danger

A fresh take on horror in David Robert Mitchell’s ‘It Follows’



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