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How long can Australia ride in the coal wagon?
By Paul Cleary
How charities transform the clothes we throw away
By Delia Falconer
The many talents of a much-maligned rodent
By Anne Manne
Too many kangaroos loose in Canberra
By Sam Vincent
To preserve Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne should learn from Sydney
By Tim Flannery
Rugby star David Pocock says sport and politics are always mixed
By Sam Vincent
The BARK program at Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre sees prisoners taking care of dogs
By Andrew McMillen
The Adelaide Zoo has a chequered past
By Anna Goldsworthy
Naomi Klein’s ‘This Changes Everything’
By Robert Manne
Anote Tong, president of Kiribati, on Svalbard.
The president of Kiribati goes on a fact-finding mission in the Arctic
By John van Tiggelen
A young boy holding two dead possums at a trappers camp in the Blackall district, Queensland, 1908
From stick insects to swagmen in Don Watson’s ‘The Bush’
By John Hirst
Cartoon showing man fighting cactus
In central Victoria, locals are taking up arms against the invading wheel cactus
By John van Tiggelen
The week that was nonsense
By Michaela McGuire
On Tuesday night, 18-year-old Abdul Numan Haider stabbed two counter-terrorism police officers outside the Endeavour Hills police station in Melbourne’s south-east and was shot dead. Yesterday’s editions of The Age, Sydney Morning Herald and...
Electricity workers in Brisbane. © Tim Marsden / Newspix
How network companies lined their pockets and drove electricity prices through the roof
By Jess Hill
Ship-loading tower, Triabunna mill wharf. © Mike Bowers
How the end of Gunns cleared a new path for Tasmania
By John van Tiggelen
Black Inc.; $29.99
By Peter Christoff

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