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World-class mining a rich part of Australia’s prosperity
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Opinion

World-class mining a rich part of Australia’s prosperity

The mining sector in this country requires a high level of skill.

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We need vastly better funding for palliative medicine technology
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We need vastly better funding for palliative medicine technology

Many informed, compassionate people are deeply conflicted about the practice.

Government's hypocrisy over refugees
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Opinion

Government's hypocrisy over refugees

Mr Morrison – like many of his predecessors as PM or Minister for persecuting innocent foreigners – would seem to be a Sunday morning Christian.

Mr Barr, we can't afford you anymore
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Mr Barr, we can't afford you anymore

The people of Canberra are suffering and face more ahead because you are implementing changes too fast.

Tipping and wages are completely separate issues
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Tipping and wages are completely separate issues

Tipping isn’t the issue, deliberate underpayment of employees is.

Bravo, our fabulous songsters should be treasured not trashed
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Bravo, our fabulous songsters should be treasured not trashed

A vocal minority, who can't accept the birds were here long before us, should wise up and change their behaviour.

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Politicians can take a lead from McCain's moral compass
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Politicians can take a lead from McCain's moral compass

What a pity such a well-calibrated moral compass like John McCain's isn't a prerequisite for election to Parliament.

It is a matter of trust
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It is a matter of trust

It starts with political donations, and so it must follow that there comes a times to seek a return on such "investments".

Manning's ban shows main parties are trying to suppress free speech
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Manning's ban shows main parties are trying to suppress free speech

It's OK to sell and drop bombs but not to report where they fall and who they kill.

Useless vox pops
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Useless vox pops

Good satire reveals the truth and Ian Warden's column last week has done just that.

Canberra must stay mindful of long-term concerns
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Canberra must stay mindful of long-term concerns

A long-term cautionary planning approach must replace unlimited growth.