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Will the Prime Minister please put on his thinking cap instead?
Opinion
Opinion

Will the Prime Minister please put on his thinking cap instead?

Well, ScoMo, first you told us that you ‘‘got’’ Trump and his funny ways, then you began appearing everywhere in those ridiculous baseball caps.

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A toad of a problem
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Opinion

A toad of a problem

We should all be alarmed at the news that cane toads have been caught in Campbell.

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Wake up, Australia is being taken for a ride
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Opinion

Wake up, Australia is being taken for a ride

I am absolutely gobsmacked by the blatant abuse of public money for the procurement of the Maseratis.

Lord Gowrie’s eloquent speech said it all
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Opinion

Lord Gowrie’s eloquent speech said it all

It was the hope of those involved in the horror of WWI that their sacrifice would bring peace and an end to war.

Shorten's doctrine relies on something for nothing principle
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Opinion

Shorten's doctrine relies on something for nothing principle

Shorten's entire election campaign rests on the statist doctrine of something for nothing.

Too little grass means horses now dying of starvation
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Opinion

Too little grass means horses now dying of starvation

If a private landholder had treated brumbies this way, the RSPCA would surely prosecute.

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While surrounded by uncertainty, PFAS issue won't go away
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While surrounded by uncertainty, PFAS issue won't go away

While the state of research points to uncertainty, we can be certain that the problem will not simply go away.

Diggers’ Requiem artists in shout out
Opinion
Opinion

Diggers’ Requiem artists in shout out

Why do we remember the Armistice; a date whose significance is shared by all parties, not just Australia?

Morrison’s selfish arrogance on climate change
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Opinion

Morrison’s selfish arrogance on climate change

Australia's response to the IPCC report will be seen by other nations as a very selfish one.

Drones make mockery of right to quiet
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Opinion

Drones make mockery of right to quiet

The residential tenancy legislation of every state and territory enshrines the right of tenants to quiet enjoyment.

Emissions policy criticism should be examined
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Opinion

Emissions policy criticism should be examined

The credentials and narrow focus of anyone seeking to criticise Australia's energy policies should be similarly examined.