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'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date

'It will remain on the 26th': Bill Shorten rules out changing Australia Day date

Meanwhile, Greens MPs are threatening to bypass a government ruling that citizenship ceremonies be held on January 26, by running their own ceremonies outside the public holiday.

  • by Max Koslowski

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How Australia's far-right were divided and conquered - by themselves
One Nation

How Australia's far-right were divided and conquered - by themselves

The far-right has cycled through many enemies over the years but their biggest threat comes from division and hatred within.

  • by Max Koslowski
Condemning Fraser Anning sets the bar too low
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Fraser Anning

Condemning Fraser Anning sets the bar too low

Rejecting Nazism is the bare minimum for a tolerant society.

Fraser Anning billed taxpayers thousands to attend two more far-right events
Melbourne

Fraser Anning billed taxpayers thousands to attend two more far-right events

Scott Morrison has attacked the Queensland senator for associating with "extreme and offensive racist views".

  • by Max Koslowski & Michael Koziol
Fake facts and normalising extremists: why it was right to jump all over Fraser Anning
Opinion
Opinion

Fake facts and normalising extremists: why it was right to jump all over Fraser Anning

Fraser Anning’s presence at St Kilda as a member of Federal Parliament, and the way he spoke about the rally, represented an effort to normalise these guys by denying the bleedingly obvious.

  • by David Wroe
Why the weekend's racial protest made me proud to be Australian
Opinion
Opinion

Why the weekend's racial protest made me proud to be Australian

It may sound counter-intuitive, but we shouldn't stop neo-Nazis holding rallies.

  • by Tarric Brooker
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Howard-era documents warn of 'extremely tight' National Museum timeframe
Culture wars

Howard-era documents warn of 'extremely tight' National Museum timeframe

The Coalition scrambled to have a permanent home ready for the museum by the Centenary of Federation.

  • by Doug Dingwall
'Cocked up his diary': Right-wing provocateurs forced to delay Australian visit
Scott Morrison

'Cocked up his diary': Right-wing provocateurs forced to delay Australian visit

Gavin McInnes and Tommy Robinson have been forced to delay a planned tour of Australia because Robinson "cocked up" his diary.

  • by Matthew Knott
As bad as a Muslim hate preacher: Ex Border Force boss wants Gavin McInnes banned from Australia
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Immigration

As bad as a Muslim hate preacher: Ex Border Force boss wants Gavin McInnes banned from Australia

Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes has a record of making inflammatory remarks about Muslims, members of the LGBT community and feminists.

  • by Matthew Knott
Parenting style the new front in culture wars
Parenting

Parenting style the new front in culture wars

An ideological battle over controlled crying has created unprecedented anxiety among parents and given rise to a new industry of costly consultants.

  • by Harriet Alexander
Why Liberal MPs bought 614 copies of one book for $9000
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Liberal Party

Why Liberal MPs bought 614 copies of one book for $9000

Liberal Party politicians spent more than $9000 buying 614 copies of a book published by a Liberal Party thinktank.

  • by Nigel Gladstone