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The author stays out of the picture, and other personal rules of writing
By David Marr
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The third volume in ASIO’s official history confirms infiltration by Soviet intelligence
By David McKnight
Is Nick Cleary’s ambitious CLARA project the answer to Australia’s fast-rail question?
By Paddy Manning
A trip to the Philippines reveals the human cost of the war on drugs
By Margaret Simons
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The politics of rage won’t let us listen to one another
By Christos Tsiolkas
How should doctors be assessed? And how should they assess themselves?
By Karen Hitchcock
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In 1980 a giant gold nugget changed the Hillier family’s fortunes
By Lisa Clausen
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The Rhodes Scholarship is slowly embracing diversity
By Zoë Morrison
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The climate-science champion of 2010 has morphed into the fossil-fuel supporter of 2016
By Robert Manne
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Lynette Wallworth’s ‘Collisions’ brings virtual reality to the Western Desert
By Quentin Sprague
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The Australian Islamic Centre is notable for what it isn’t as much as for what it is
By David Neustein
Homelessness has reached crisis levels in Melbourne and Sydney
By Paul Connolly
Simon Oxenham has designed some of the world’s greatest skateparks
By Jenan Taylor
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Billion-dollar burnouts keep emissions rising
By Richard Denniss
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Join the queue for Tasmania’s most sought-after Japanese
By Josephine Rowe
How do doctors manage when there are more patients and fewer resources?
By Karen Hitchcock
In discussions about climate change, indigenous voices are often overlooked – even though their regions are often the ones in the greatest peril when it comes to the effects of global warming. Join 350 Pacific’s Jacynta Fuamatu, Indigenous...
Social injustice and socioeconomic status have direct impacts on health worldwide, but the discrepancy is not as simple as rich vs poor. In his groundbreaking book The Health Gap, World Medical Association president Sir Michael Marmot challenges...

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