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Best of Fairfax cartoons November 16, 2018
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Best of Fairfax cartoons November 16, 2018

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Boomers, your privileged, tax-deducted time is up: Millennials have arrived
Opinion
Millennials

Boomers, your privileged, tax-deducted time is up: Millennials have arrived

Young Australians are now numerically dominant. They see a deck stacked against them by the greediest generation in Australian history - and they're about to change things.

  • by Kim Johnstone
Celebrating Canberra's special role in 'yes' vote
Opinion
Editorial

Celebrating Canberra's special role in 'yes' vote

Eleven years before the postal survey, the ACT led the nation in recognising same-sex couples.

  • by The Canberra Times
Indonesian MPs claim Australians could be targeted in terror attacks in response to Israel rethink
Exclusive
Indonesia

Indonesian MPs claim Australians could be targeted in terror attacks in response to Israel rethink

"They may target any western people, they may think he or she is Australian just because they look western."

  • by David Crowe & Karuni Rompies
Coalition targets the banks with $51.5 million prosecution funding
Banking royal commission

Coalition targets the banks with $51.5 million prosecution funding

The federal government will fund new criminal court action against banking executives

  • by David Crowe
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Australia to buy armed Reaper drones in shift towards pilotless future
Defence

Australia to buy armed Reaper drones in shift towards pilotless future

Australia will buy at least a dozen armed drones in a major step towards a future in which air strikes are increasingly carried out remotely.

  • by David Wroe
ABC journalists under fire after signing on to campaign to tear up industrial relations laws
Industrial relations

ABC journalists under fire after signing on to campaign to tear up industrial relations laws

The decision has divided the broadcaster's reporters and prompted outrage from ABC critics.

  • by Dana McCauley & Michael Koziol
Backlash to embassy review worsens as Malaysian PM warns on 'causes for terrorism'
Israel

Backlash to embassy review worsens as Malaysian PM warns on 'causes for terrorism'

Malaysian leader Mahathir Mohamad warns Scott Morrison that Israeli embassy issue could increase terrorism.

  • by David Crowe & Karuni Rompies
Canberra's go-slow is now beyond a joke
Opinion

Canberra's go-slow is now beyond a joke

This week, for instance, the Senate has spent about four hours on motions that can spark debate but do not change anything, just like the “it’s OK to be white” motion that was so divisive last month.

  • by David Crowe
Home Affairs, Crime Commission flag suppression for audits
Public service

Home Affairs, Crime Commission flag suppression for audits

The national auditor has revealed which agencies have warned they could seek to black out parts of his reports.

  • by Doug Dingwall & Sally Whyte