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New Zealand no longer the lions’ den as Australian stocks rise

The ‘Lions phenomenon’ may be helping Australia’s Super Rugby contingent with the Rebels uncovering a new rising star. There have been 12...

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Paul Cully

Why Iran’s latest attack should give Australia pause for thought on AUKUS

Iran’s direct attack on Israel that is currently unfolding is more than a regional challenge. It will test the resolve of the United States at a...

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The Age

David Livingstone

Why are men randomly punching women in New York?

New York: Before her trip to New York a few weeks ago, Lisa Pires, a South African living in Amsterdam, encountered a series of videos on TikTok in...

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The Age

Ginia Bellafante

You can now short Donald Trump, but should you?

When Donald Trump’s social media company listed on the US sharemarket last week, the former president’s net worth jumped by $US4.6 billion...

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The Age

William Bennett

You can now short Donald Trump, but should you?

When Donald Trump’s social media company listed on the US sharemarket last week, the former president’s net worth jumped by $US4.6 billion...

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Brisbane Times

William Bennett

You can now short Donald Trump, but should you?

When Donald Trump’s social media company listed on the US sharemarket last week, the former president’s net worth jumped by $US4.6 billion...

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The Sydney Morning Herald

William Bennett

This was a safe space for all women. Now it’s been shattered

I don’t usually switch off my phone when I take a nap. On Saturday, however, I felt safe in doing so. I had just got off the phone to my eldest...

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Kerri Sackville

Why are men randomly punching women in New York?

New York: Before her trip to New York a few weeks ago, Lisa Pires, a South African living in Amsterdam, encountered a series of videos on TikTok in...

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Brisbane Times

Ginia Bellafante

Not since the Lindt siege has Sydney known grief like this

Blue autumn skies have been blazing over Sydney this weekend, but a pall of sorrow hangs over the city. As clarity grows around the horrific events...

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Deborah Snow

Why Iran’s latest attack should give Australia pause for thought on AUKUS

Iran’s direct attack on Israel that is currently unfolding is more than a regional challenge. It will test the resolve of the United States at a...

3

The Sydney Morning Herald

David Livingstone

Why Iran’s latest attack should give Australia pause for thought on AUKUS

Iran’s direct attack on Israel that is currently unfolding is more than a regional challenge. It will test the resolve of the United States at a...

4

Brisbane Times

David Livingstone

You can now short Donald Trump, but should you?

When Donald Trump’s social media company listed on the US sharemarket last week, the former president’s net worth jumped by $US4.6 billion...

10

WA Today

William Bennett

Why are men randomly punching women in New York?

New York: Before her trip to New York a few weeks ago, Lisa Pires, a South African living in Amsterdam, encountered a series of videos on TikTok in...

9

WA Today

Ginia Bellafante

Why are men randomly punching women in New York?

New York: Before her trip to New York a few weeks ago, Lisa Pires, a South African living in Amsterdam, encountered a series of videos on TikTok in...

4

The Sydney Morning Herald

Ginia Bellafante

Why Iran’s latest attack should give Australia pause for thought on AUKUS

Iran’s direct attack on Israel that is currently unfolding is more than a regional challenge. It will test the resolve of the United States at a...

3

WA Today

David Livingstone

Riz Ahmed’s Defiance: how the visceral racism of 70s Britain gave way to a new era of identity politics

I can still remember the chill I felt on first hearing of the murders of Parveen Khan and her three young children, Aqsa, Kamran and Imran. It was...

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The Guardian

Kenan Malik

Secret’s out, Harold Wilson had another affair. There’s nothing sweet about that, boys

How have we managed without the expression “sunshine at sunset”? As in, when an older married man is granted sex with a much younger colleague...

10

The Guardian

Catherine Bennett

How to cut through frequent flyer points confusion

4

Herald Sun

Opinion Business

Iran Says Retaliation 'Concluded,' Warns Israel Not To Respond

Iran on Sunday urged Israel not to retaliate militarily to an unprecedented attack overnight, which Tehran presented as a justified response to a...

3

International Business Times

Jerome Rivet

Wong’s pro-Palestine shift ignites a firestorm

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The Australian

Paul Kelly

Scrap the West Australian GST deal set to cost $40 billion – leading economists

Australia’s top economists overwhelmingly want Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to scrap a special deal with Western Australia that’s set to...

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The Conversation

Peter Martin

Our track record in medical innovation can only be maintained with funding support

Medical research in Australia plays a vital role in ensuring the health and wellbeing of the population and our track record is impressive. We can...

8

The Sydney Morning Herald

The Herald&x27S View

A friendship that lights the way

Exactly 10 years ago, 12 of us, four Jews, four Christians and four Muslims, men and women, went on a pilgrimage, led by a rabbi, a Catholic priest...

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The Age

John Dupuche

A friendship that lights the way

Exactly 10 years ago, 12 of us, four Jews, four Christians and four Muslims, men and women, went on a pilgrimage, led by a rabbi, a Catholic priest...

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Brisbane Times

John Dupuche

A friendship that lights the way

Exactly 10 years ago, 12 of us, four Jews, four Christians and four Muslims, men and women, went on a pilgrimage, led by a rabbi, a Catholic priest...

7

The Sydney Morning Herald

John Dupuche

A friendship that lights the way

Exactly 10 years ago, 12 of us, four Jews, four Christians and four Muslims, men and women, went on a pilgrimage, led by a rabbi, a Catholic priest...

6

WA Today

John Dupuche

As Australia reels from the Bondi attack, such mass murder incidents remain rare

There are few scenes more shocking than random acts of extreme violence against people simply going about their daily lives. Yet this is what...

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The Conversation

Terry Goldsworthy

Secret Agreements: The Australian-Israel Defence Memorandum of Understanding

While the Australian government continues to pirouette with shallow constancy on the issue of Israel’s war in Gaza, making vacuous utterances on...

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The AIM Network

Binoy Kampmark

Peter Dutton seeks controversy and chaos with his Port Arthur comments

Peter Dutton's recent comments comparing the murderous tragedy of the Port Arthur massacre to a peaceful pro-Palestine protest are further proof...

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The Examiner

Craig Thomson

Sixty’s the new 40 in Japan, but that’s not all good

Japan’s ageing population means you’re still young at 60. That’s great if, like Melanie Brock, you’ve just celebrated that birthday. For the...

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Financial Review

Melanie Brock

Turning 60 feels like 40 in Japan’s certain age crisis

Japan’s ageing population means you’re still young at 60. That’s great if you’ve just celebrated that birthday. For the country, it’s a...

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Financial Review

Melanie Brock

Bolt: One miserable consolation in the Bondi Junction stabbing horror

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Herald Sun

Andrew Bolt29 Minutes Ago

South Africa Fragmented Opposition Jostles For Visibility

On a stretch of grass doubling as a parking lot in an impoverished Johannesburg township, a group of party activists chanted "we need new leaders!"...

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International Business Times

Afp News

Sydney Mall Attacker Identified, 'Nothing' To Suggest Terror Motive

Australian police on Sunday said a 40-year-old itinerant with mental illness was behind a Sydney shopping centre stabbing rampage that killed six...

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International Business Times

Laura Chung

Don’t despair. History shows Labour even cash-strapped governments can be radical

Talking about the prospect of a Labour government, some people sound like they are preparing the obituary before they have witnessed the birth. Sir...

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The Guardian

Andrew Rawnsley

ABC’s moral equivalence on the Israel-Hamas war

1

The Australian

Gerard Henderson

Domestic dream all hot air without gas

30

The Australian

Graham Lloyd

Observer comment cartoon Chris Riddell on the nightmares disturbing Rishi Sunak’s beauty sleep – cartoon

9

The Guardian

Natasha Walter

We hear about a ‘class ceiling’ in Australian arts. Cultural employers should measure diversity like corporates do

News fresh from the Department of the Obvious this week: the Australian Financial Review reports that “class can have a bigger effect on your...

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The Guardian

Van Badham

Struggling Schuster vows to fight back after Manly blow

Troubled Manly star Josh Schuster has vowed to fight back after being tapped on the shoulder by the Sea Eagles six months before his rich contract...

9

Brisbane Times

Danny Weidler

Why the Coalition’s super-for-housing plan is a terrible idea

For several years now, the Coalition has insisted that if we want more Australians to own their own homes, we should be allowing people to access...

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WA Today

Victoria Devine

The bidding war for Richmond’s fabulous Baker boy

Liam Baker met with both West Coast and Fremantle in 2022, before he decided to remain with Richmond, where he had played in premierships in 2019...

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WA Today

Jake Niall

Struggling Schuster vows to fight back after Manly blow

Troubled Manly star Josh Schuster has vowed to fight back after being tapped on the shoulder by the Sea Eagles six months before his rich contract...

8

WA Today

Danny Weidler

Why the Coalition’s super-for-housing plan is a terrible idea

For several years now, the Coalition has insisted that if we want more Australians to own their own homes, we should be allowing people to access...

9

The Sydney Morning Herald

Victoria Devine

The bidding war for Richmond’s fabulous Baker boy

Liam Baker met with both West Coast and Fremantle in 2022, before he decided to remain with Richmond, where he had played in premierships in 2019...

10

The Sydney Morning Herald

Jake Niall

Struggling Schuster vows to fight back after Manly blow

Troubled Manly star Josh Schuster has vowed to fight back after being tapped on the shoulder by the Sea Eagles six months before his rich contract...

10

The Sydney Morning Herald

Danny Weidler

The risks in Peter Dutton's right-wing lurch

Hugo Weaving made a rare intervention into politics last week by observing that we don't openly talk about the Israel-Palestine war in this country....

8

The Examiner

Mark Kenny

Why the Coalition’s super-for-housing plan is a terrible idea

For several years now, the Coalition has insisted that if we want more Australians to own their own homes, we should be allowing people to access...

7

The Age

Victoria Devine

The bidding war for Richmond’s fabulous Baker boy

Liam Baker met with both West Coast and Fremantle in 2022, before he decided to remain with Richmond, where he had played in premierships in 2019...

7

The Age

Jake Niall

Struggling Schuster vows to fight back after Manly blow

Troubled Manly star Josh Schuster has vowed to fight back after being tapped on the shoulder by the Sea Eagles six months before his rich contract...

7

The Age

Danny Weidler

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