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Nothing to be gained in defending possible war crimes
Opinion
Opinion

Nothing to be gained in defending possible war crimes

Lt-Col Derek Gough (Ret) (Letters, June 19) really should stop digging.

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Pushing ahead with Snowy 2 doesn't make sense
Opinion
Opinion

Pushing ahead with Snowy 2 doesn't make sense

It is disappointing to read that Snowy Hydro Limited is secretively pushing ahead with Malcolm Turnbull's ill-conceived Snowy 2 scheme.

War Memorial’s virtual Battle of Hamel is shameful on all fronts
Opinion
Opinion

War Memorial’s virtual Battle of Hamel is shameful on all fronts

There has been debate recently in these pages about the ethos of the Australian War Memorial

Stupidity and the NBN
Opinion
Opinion

Stupidity and the NBN

I have one piece of advice: get ready! Your NBN problems may have just begun.

Minister should step in over Calvary Hospital
Opinion
Opinion

Minister should step in over Calvary Hospital

It was a shock to learn that, from time to time, Calvary Hospital only functions fully on weekdays.

Richardson’s history over China raises other security questions
Opinion
Opinion

Richardson’s history over China raises other security questions

Why are the Raiders, with the endorsement of the NRL, allowed to maintain a sponsorship agreement with Huawei?

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It’s time to end this right royal honours awards nonsense
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Queen Elizabeth

It’s time to end this right royal honours awards nonsense

The honours announced on June 11 have nothing to do with the British honours system.

Time will tell which Trump talk with a Kim outshines the other
Opinion
Opinion

Time will tell which Trump talk with a Kim outshines the other

Only time will tell whether Trump’s meeting with the North Korean Kim will outshine his meeting with the Kardashian Kim.

Disability data essential to ensure prisoners receive the best care
Opinion
Opinion

Disability data essential to ensure prisoners receive the best care

To ensure a human rights compliant prison, we need to understand the needs and capacity of each detainee.

Imagine walking in a soldier's shoes
Opinion
Opinion

Imagine walking in a soldier's shoes

The fighting is vicious and the enemy have constantly shown that they have no limit to their disgustingly murderous behaviour.

Letters to the editor: From NBN upgrade to outage
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NBN

Letters to the editor: From NBN upgrade to outage

Based on my experience, Turnbull's NBN is built on quicksand.