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The Australian government’s whingeing at UNESCO’s declaration that the Great Barrier Reef is in danger will not help fix the problem.
Have National Party members who returned Barnaby Joyce to leadership considered how it might look to the general population?
The re-emergence of Barnaby Joyce as a political leader will impair meaningful action on climate change by the Coalition.
For some years now, around about the period of the conservative stewardship of Australia, it has become obvious that society is being partitioned into the “haves” and the “have nots”.
How pathetically childlike are the members of the Boys’ Own Australian Club of Sydney, with their night frights about “frilly, flouncy, bossy” women.
Heaven forbid we consider overhauling the school day to improve educational outcomes.
It must surely be blatantly obvious to the Morrison government by now that the longer the saga of Murugappan family drags on, the court of public opinion and its own ranks will put further pressure on it to grant them refugee status?
The Murugappan family decision exposes the heartlessness of the Australian government.
Minister Alex Hawke, “appropriate compassion” goes nowhere near addressing ongoing disproportionate cruelty.
Honouring divisive public commentators like Peta Credlin for their partisan political work is not what the Australia honours system should be about.
Our selfish reliance on immigrant labour robs the developing world of skills and allows the dismantling of our own training pathways.