Monthly Archives: April 2021

Why Tasmanian voters should avoid the major parties

Toxic, Richard Flanagan’s new book, highlights why we need more independent voices in parliament With so much to be said in these final days of an election campaign, the problem is always where to begin? It was solved by last … Continue reading

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The capitalist path to ecocide

We face a monumental choice: global capitalism or ecocide Science has told us, repeatedly, that without a massive and unprecedented turnaround in the way human affairs are conducted over the next decade or two, we will not stop Earth becoming … Continue reading

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Is immunity just a mirage, on the far horizon?

Our stalled vaccination rollout has stripped the gloss from our successful virus suppression in 2020. What a difference a few tiny wayward blood clots can make! Our preferred COVID-19 vaccine – the one we are making here – is effectively … Continue reading

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