Australian politics, society & culture

Society

Recognition alone won’t fix indigenous affairs
By Megan Davis
The Respect to Mehmetçik Monument at Pine Ridge, Gallipoli.
The creative memorialisation of Gallipoli
By Mark McKenna and Stuart Ward
The last Aussie-themed pub in London
By Celina Ribeiro
Robert Domm interviews Xanana Gusmão, October 1990.
Australia blurs the lines with Timor-Leste
By Mark Aarons
Why have we failed to address climate change?
By Robert Manne
In the gallery, human remains are preserved, refashioned and elevated
By Karen Hitchcock
Farewell to a man who tried to connect indigenous and non-indigenous Australia
By Robyn Davidson
Following the indigenous seasonal calendar
By Jenan Taylor
Wild deer are heading for the suburbs
By Paul Connolly
The tale of Captain Moonlite
By Jeff Sparrow
Trouble in the Family Court
By Jess Hill
Why do we smoke and why do we quit?
By Karen Hitchcock
Lee Lin Chin’s rise from SBS newsreader to queen of satire
By Benjamin Law
An Australian author writes for Burmese television
By Phillip Gwynne
How long can Australia ride in the coal wagon?
By Paul Cleary
A British author’s complicated relationship with the island continent
By Will Self
A dinner date with Billy Snedden
By Robert Drewe
Bringing Timothy Conigrave’s ‘Holding the Man’ to the screen
By Steve Dow

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