The qualities you see as flaws in yourself can take on a positive meaning when they stare back at you through your children, says columnist Paula Kuka.
Kim “Bomber” Beazley has a vision for Perth. But he wouldn’t tell us about it.
February 29: There are many people to blame for the demise of Holden, but the workers and their unions are not among them.
So Four’N Twenty want us to embrace their new meatless pies but I’m betting it won’t be long before they’re apologising for their corporate madness, writes Susie O’Brien.
Australia can tackle Covid-19 if we show some faith in our authorities and health system but there’s no escaping that the economy will take a hit, writes James Campbell.
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It seems unfathomable that someone with a DVO be given access to the most personal details of the person leaving them. Yet this is the system we force victims to try and survive in, writes Lucy Carne.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says there probably won’t be a surplus in 2019-20, with the coronavirus hitting economies around the world, but National Political Editor John Rolfe wouldn’t rule getting into the positive this financial year. Read why.
With the target set for zero emissions by 2050, a parliamentary committee is set to challenge environmentally-minded pollies to consider adding atomic power to the mix, writes Anna Caldwell.
Families of the victims of James Gargasoulas have every right to condemn police after they failed to stop their loved ones from being “sacrificed”. Now the deep issues at the heart of Victoria Police have been revealed, writes Rita Panahi.
Of course we should have respect for animals, great and small. But pretending as though they are equal to humans in all ways is a ridiculous and slippery slope, writes David Penberthy.
The One Nation leader has caused outrage with her comments about a father who burnt his family to death. But she is correct when she says “these things happen”, writes Lucy Carne. That is the sad reality of domestic violence.
Since the passing of same sex marriage it’s easy to think that the fight for equality has been won. But a brutal NSW hate crime shows we still have so far to go, argues David Mills.
The resignation of WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt has offered Opposition Leader Liza Harvey a faint glimmer of hope ahead of the 2021 State election.
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The CBD’s new Service SA centre on Currie St is supposed to cut waiting times by 30 per cent. So we put it to the test – but does bureaucracy always find a way?
Much has been made of the supposed toxic masculinity epidemic, but the female equivalent is just as real, just as dangerous, and just as rampant, as we’ve seen this week, writes James Macsmith.
Greta Thunberg was in a dark place before becoming a global warming saint, but we should see her activism for what it is: self therapy, writes Andrew Bolt.
While the NSW Department of Education’s aim to promote more women may seem noble, it presents a clear problem for the many children needing positive male role models, writes Louise Roberts.
Labor Leader Peter Malinauskas as well as Steven Marshall have every right to be angry after our Federal Senators bailed out on the state’s subs mission this week.
Smaller housing blocks, shops allowed in quiet suburban streets, and lack of privacy. This is what councils are warning could come to a neighbourhood near you under a massive planning shake-up.
As our rollout of the 5G network nears, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in scaremongering. But the evidence reveals the truth, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association CEO Chris Althaus.
With coronavirus threatening the Tokyo Olympics, there is a significant reason why the 2020 games must go ahead: it will be the first in history with a near equal gender balance of competitors, writes Dhuse Manogram.
The hard truth from an inquiry into suspected war crimes by our Special Forces in Afghanistan is that some of those we look to protect us may have betrayed us, writes Andrew Bolt.
He was a seemingly progressive champion of women, a Leftist political advocate and celebrated by the elite for years. But Harvey Weinstein has been unmasked as the quintessential virtue signaller, writes Rita Panahi.
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