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Gerard Henderson The concept of dual loyalties in Australia has an unpleasant connotation since it invariably implies disloyalty. A century ago, some sectarians labelled Catholics as possessing a dual loyalty.
Ross Gittins Is the productivity boost of mobile technology worth the hassle?
Kim Rubenstein and Danny Ben Moshe It is staggering that with one albeit very serious case overseas, that of the Ben Zygier suicide, Ben Saul (The Age, 20/2/13) wants to turn back the clock of globalisation and multiculturalism.
Alan Stokes Please don't tell anyone, but I feel for Ben Barba and Canterbury Bulldogs supporters.
John Watson We should beware the spread of powers that weaken the rule of law.
Mark Stevenson One of the Carlton greats, Greg Williams, has memory loss. He won't be alone.
Ross Gittins I confess to a having an old fogey's ambivalence towards mobile phones. There are times when it suits me to keep in touch, but most of the time I don't want a phone taking over my life - or even...
Paul Sheehan Greg Williams was the Diesel. He was slow, he was short, not good for an elite Australian Rules player.
Stephen Manallack Australians should look at how the UK manages the subcontinent's culture and values.
Heckler MY SYDNEY suburb is experiencing a rabbit plague - we recently counted 25 at a local park at dusk. I have asked the council for advice, and they put me on to a rural group who suggested I trap them...
Lisa Forrest A few days before the start of the 1980 Moscow Games, the head coach of the swimming team, Bill Sweetenham, called us together for one of his rousing pep talks.
Kasey Edwards If you didn't know who Hilary Mantel was before now, all you need to know is that she's a big, fat, barren, feminist turncoat.
''WORSE things happen at sea'' was a favourite expression of my mother's. Were she around today she might well have been talking of the cruise from which I have just returned.
Martin McKenzie-Murray It was not until the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 that the world began to grasp the diabolical scale of repression in East Germany.
Satyajit Das Donations can set policy and ultimately may be harmful to democracy.
Germaine Greer Australians of Irish descent will be particularly interested in the unfolding saga of the Magdalenes.
Peter Craven What a Hollywood dream of cinematic distinction the Oscars are.
Richard Glover Post-election career suggestions for redundant politicians.
Allison Pearson If you have just accidentally shot dead the woman you love, what do you do?
Paul Daley The centenary of Australia's involvement in World War I is still a year and a half away. But politics - with its instinctive, reflexive appeal to national sentiment - is well and truly gearing up...