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why novak djokovic lost his fight to stay in australia – and why it sets a concerning precedent

Why Novak Djokovic lost his fight to stay in Australia – and why it...

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Image: James Ross/AAP Many sports stars are, rightly or wrongly, held up as role models. In the case of Novak Djokovic, we have a set of powerful factors at play. On one side is a tennis...
novak djokovic’s visa cancelled ‘in the public interest’, with possible 3-year ban from australia

Novak Djokovic’s visa cancelled ‘in the public interest’, with possible 3-year ban from Australia

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Image: Mark Baker/AP Immigration Minister Alex Hawke announced late Friday he had cancelled tennis star Novak Djokovic’s visa “on health and good order grounds, on the basis that it was in the public interest to...
grattan on saturday: government management of omicron blighted by false assumptions, bad planning

Grattan on Saturday: Government management of Omicron blighted by false assumptions, bad planning

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Image: Mick Tsikas/AAP Australia’s journey through Omicron is like the bus tour from hell. Steering awry, seat belts forgotten or not working, and the driver’s patter wearing thin with stressed passengers. Eventually we’ll see the back...
novak djokovic’s path to legal vindication was long and convoluted. it may also be fleeting

Novak Djokovic’s path to legal vindication was long and convoluted. It may also be...

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Image" Hamish Blair/AP Novak Djokovic is – at least for now – free to defend his title at the Australian Open after Judge Anthony Kelly of the Federal Circuit and Family Court quashed the cancellation...
how extremists have used the covid pandemic to further their own ends, often with chaotic results

How extremists have used the COVID pandemic to further their own ends, often with...

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Image: AAP/Erik Anderson Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, extremists have sought to exploit the pandemic environment to their own ends. Where most of the population sees an enduring health catastrophe, extremists tend to see opportunity. Over the...
as covid rips through australia, is scott morrison’s media strategy starting to fail as well?

As COVID rips through Australia, is Scott Morrison’s media strategy starting to fail as...

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Image: AAP/Lukas Coch As he embarks on an election year, there is a question about whether Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s media communications strategy, which has served him well for a long time, is fit for...
secrecy surrounding djokovic’s medical exemption means star can expect a hostile reception on centre court

Secrecy surrounding Djokovic’s medical exemption means star can expect a hostile reception on centre...

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Image:  AAP/AP/Michael Probst Novak Djokovic, nine times Australian Open tennis champion, has confirmed via social media – after much speculation – that he will indeed be competing in the 2022 tournament. The sticking point for him was the Victorian government’s...

Morrison’s political judgement goes missing on rapid antigen test debacle

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Image: AAP/Lukas Coch January 3 2022 was a day like most others in the roughly two years of the COVID-19 pandemic preceding it – except it wasn’t. Despite reassurances from a federal government desperate to consign...
cabinet papers 2001: how ‘securitisation’ became a mindset to dominate australian politics for a generation

Cabinet papers 2001: how ‘securitisation’ became a mindset to dominate Australian politics for a...

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Image: David Foote/National Archives of Australia 2001 was the final year of the Howard government’s second term in office. It began with the government on the political defensive, doing poorly in opinion polls, but ended with...
does the us have the right to sail warships through the south china sea? and can china stop them?

Does the US have the right to sail warships through the South China Sea?...

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The USS Ronald Reagan and USS Nimitz sailing in the South China Sea in July 2020. Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Samantha Jetzer/US Navy/AP Images of what appeared to be US warships emerged from China last month, but...