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Tony Abbott: from backbench rebel to backbench envoy on Indigenous affairs

This Clayton’s appointment has already come unstuck

The AFL’s concussion problem

Is the league running interference on the damage concussion can cause?

Laurie Matheson, our man in Moscow

Was ‘Australia’s James Bond’ working for the KGB? Or ASIO? Or both?

Can David Sinclair cure old age?

The Australian geneticist believes ageing is a disease we can treat

Courtroom drama, Broadmeadows style

The hopeful and the hapless flow through a magistrates’ court

Filling a big hole in the property market

The old Cave Hill quarry in Melbourne will be home to thousands

The return of the Moree Boomerangs

The First on the Ladder arts project is turning things around for a rugby club and the local kids

Islam on the inside

Queensland’s first Muslim prison chaplain has first-hand experience of the system

Labor’s great big new tax plan

Bill Shorten wants to reframe how we tackle the budget

To have or not to have: Sheila Heti’s ‘Motherhood’ and Jacqueline Rose’s ‘Mothers’

Heti’s novel asks if a woman should have a child; Rose’s nonfiction considers how society treats her if she does

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