the nation reviewed

Planting hope

A community gardening program is bringing hope to asylum seekers

Intelligence branch

Bernard Collaery eagerly awaits his national security trial, energised by the prospect of highlighting the government’s misdeeds

Silver linings

Having survived Afghanistan as a counterintelligence officer, a traumatised vet and his family lost their farm in the Adelaide Hills bushfires

Warringah warrior

Independent MP Zali Steggall hopes her private member’s bill will take the partisanship out of climate-change policy

Bait and switch

Lumping dingoes in with “wild dogs” means the native animals are being deliberately culled

The strip-search state

Successful compensation cases haven’t curbed the prevalence of unlawful strip-searches by NSW Police

Revolutions past

Labor and the Liberals have abandoned their old ideological contests as they battle to define the values of the new middle class

Yellow submarine

A former Russian athlete’s plan for Australia’s first commercial sub

A traditional landscape

The UAE hosts a rare public exhibition for the colossal native title painting ‘Ngurrara Canvas II’

Broome’s bushman astronomer

Greg Quicke’s mission to help people understand the stars

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