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Morrison’s wrong turn on climate policy

Scott Morrison seems to think Australians don’t care about climate change. He couldn’t be more wrong. It’s hard to know what went through the mind of newly-minted PM Scott Morrison late last month when asked by a reporter whether he … Continue reading

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Andrew Lohrey’s long voyage of discovery

Politics can chew you up and spit you out – or it can be the springboard for a whole new life. Here’s some sage advice for embattled politicians: if you don’t want to finish up bitter and twisted, stop thinking of … Continue reading

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Tough times for professional journalism

No amount of spin about Nine’s takeover of Fairfax Media can disguise the fact that Australian journalism is in trouble. So Kerry Packer’s burning ambition to bring the Sydney Morning Herald into his Nine Network stable has finally come to … Continue reading

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