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‘trumpism’ in australia has been overstated – our problems are mostly our own

‘Trumpism’ in Australia has been overstated – our problems are mostly our own

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 Image: Wes Mountain/The Conversation The Trump era might not yet be over. But the Trump presidency – or at least one Trump presidency – certainly is. For the United States, it’s time to clean up...
victorians struggle to exit jobkeeper, as the scheme’s end looms

Victorians struggle to exit JobKeeper, as the scheme’s end looms

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 Picture: DAVID CROSLING/AAP As JobKeeper enters its final weeks, the government has released the latest Tax Office breakdown of the numbers coming off the program, amid concerns its end in late March will see a...
for now, the tokyo olympics will go ahead. but at what cost?

For now, the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead. But at what cost?

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 Picture: Koji Sasahara/AP/AAP With COVID-19 still running rampant in many parts of the world, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has prepared “playbooks” for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, set to begin in July. There are...
benefits and effects of cbd chocolate

Benefits and Effects of CBD Chocolate

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Description: Did you know that more than 60 million adults in the country have at one time or another used CBD? More than 25% of the population explains the rapidly growing cannabis industry with...
how to deal with the craig kelly in your life: a guide to tackling coronavirus contrarians

How to deal with the Craig Kelly in your life: a guide to tackling...

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 Picture: Mike Bowers/courtesy of The Guardian Australians love a fiery contest, whether on the sporting field or in the corridors of Canberra. Which is why this week’s spat between Tanya Plibersek and Craig Kelly, which played out in front of...
should aussies stranded overseas go to the united nations for help to get home?

Should Aussies stranded overseas go to the United Nations for help to get home?

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 Image: Shuttlestock More than a year since COVID-19 emerged, there are nearly 40,000 Australians overseas who want to come home. Amid mounting stories of people desperate to return for financial, family and personal reasons, Australians are stuck because of government caps on international arrivals, transit-country...
millennials are not the only ‘burnout generation’ (just ask the rest of us)

Millennials are not the only ‘burnout generation’ (just ask the rest of us)

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 Picture: Shuttlestock In her new book, Can’t Even, American journalist Anne Helen Peterson writes of how Millennials have become “the burnout generation”. feeling that you’ve hit the wall exhaustion-wise, but then have to scale the wall...
if google does pull its search engine out of australia, there are alternatives

If Google does pull its search engine out of Australia, there are alternatives

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 Image: Shutterstock/Wachiwit The Australian government’s push to make Google pay news organisations for linking to their content has seen the search giant threaten to pull out of Australia. Google Australia’s managing director Mel Silva said if the government’s proposal...
why is it so difficult to stamp out seafood slavery? there is little justice, even in court

Why is it so difficult to stamp out seafood slavery? There is little justice,...

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 Image: Shuttlestock Each year, thousands of men and boys labour under extremely exploitative conditions on commercial fishing vessels owned by Taiwanese, Chinese and South Korean companies. The Taiwanese fleet, which operates in all reaches of the...
an indigenous ‘voice’ must be enshrined in our constitution. here’s why

An Indigenous ‘Voice’ must be enshrined in our Constitution. Here’s why

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 Picture: AAP/Dan Peled This year has already seen significant progress in the government’s commitment to establish a body – a “Voice” – that would allow Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to have a say...