Judge stymies Albanese’s plans to expel Setka from ALP

A protracted battle is the last thing the Opposition needs

The Djab Wurrung Birthing Tree

The highway construction causing irredeemable cultural and environmental damage

The government’s perverse pursuit of surplus

Aiming to be back in black in the current climate is bad economics

The extinction rebels

Direct action protest and the rise of a new resistance movement

Scott Morrison’s quiet Australians

Just how silent does the PM want Australians to be?

The autopsies of Turnbull’s demise have resumed

The latest revelations about the events of 2018 have echoes of 1975


The Australian’s crusade on free speech in universities

Everymen don’t exist

On the campaign trail with Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten – a Quarterly Essay extract

What Bob Hawke meant by aspiration

Last week’s memorial was a fitting send-off for an inspirational leader

The Assange project

The WikiLeaks founder faces life in prison due to the actions of the US and the UK, and the inaction of Australia