Monthly Archives: July 2020

How a pandemic and a lawsuit might work in our favour

Glimmers of light in these gloomy, tumultuous times. Devastating fire seasons in two hemispheres followed by a worsening pandemic, economic collapse, racial division and increasingly erratic presidents… There is so much to be bothered about, it surely wouldn’t matter if … Continue reading

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Racism: the disease we dare not mention

We are dealing with two pathogens in 2020. Coronavirus is the easy part. There are no Aboriginal people in Tasmania, I was told as a child; the last of them, Truganini, died long ago. For years the Tasmanian Museum displayed … Continue reading

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Stepping up to build a thriving Tasmania

Meeting future challenges by focusing on what works, not on what is broken. Melbourne’s pandemic surge is a clear sign that COVID-19 will be with us for a long time, continuing to damage us physically, mentally and economically. If ever … Continue reading

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