By Nick Feik
In 2014, Malcolm Turnbull said Australia’s tax system was “too tough on people earning income, i.e. the entrepreneurs, the people who are growing and driving, younger people in jobs, working hard, making money in their businesses. It is too tough on...
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Indonesia’s mass killings have been overlooked for 50 years
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The dominance of baby boomers is becoming total
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The prime minister does not seem to be himself at all
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Just how innovative is the Turnbull government’s innovation package?
By Nick Feik
John Blaxland’s ‘The Protest Years: The Official History of ASIO 1963–1975’
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The case for marriage equality
By Penny Wong
The big fracking mess of resource politics
By Guy Rundle
How can Australia keep its Paris climate promises?
By Bill McKibben
Paul Keating and Bob Hawke in 1989.
Chris Bowen’s ‘The Money Men’ and the ideal treasurer
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Australia blurs the lines with Timor-Leste
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Shen Narayanasamy in the streets of Collingwood, Melbourne.
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Why have we failed to address climate change?
By Robert Manne
Recognition alone won’t fix indigenous affairs
By Megan Davis
On the road with the irrepressible Nick Xenophon
By Anne Manne
Australia’s long and surprising history of playing racial politics
By George Megalogenis
Deterrents and resettlement may be the only way to break the asylum-seeker gridlock
By Robert Manne
A welcome to Turnbull and a farewell to slogans
By Don Watson