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Catherine Armitage is a senior writer at The Sydney Morning Herald. In a long career in journalism she has covered a wide range of topics including business, science, social issues, education, higher education, legal affairs, ideas and the future. She is a former higher education editor and China correspondent and has received numerous awards and scholarships for her work. She is currently writing about the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse. 9282 3330.
Catherine Armitage It might be a children's fairy tale, but for Adani Mining and the federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt, it's all too true.
Catherine Armitage Until two days ago, Walter Palmer was a "very private" man living in Minnesota with his wife and two children.
Catherine Armitage It was a point of pride for Minnesotan dentist and biog game hunter Walter Palmer to shoot his prey with a bow and arrow and not carry firearms as a backup.
Catherine Armitage Since the 1940s ''disposable'' has been used to describe something meant to be discarded after use.
Catherine Armitage FORGET about climate change, the good news is our chickens are optimistic.
Catherine Armitage A climate change veteran's practical advice on what you can do to get ready for the changes ahead.
Catherine Armitage Professor Jorgen Randers has lived long enough to watch environmental activism pass through several phases of failure.