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Have the Greens taken over the progressive mantle from Labor?

Peter Gutwein’s win on Saturday is only part of the story of a fascinating election. These are my take-away memories from election day: A victorious, beaming premier and his family, an upbeat opposition leader carrying a baby, a resurgent Greens … Continue reading

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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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