Plotting Tony Abbott's Year of the White-ant
Despite promising there would be no sniping or wrecking, Tony Abbott’s year has been a litany of episodes that undermine his successor.
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2016: the year in review
In a year of extraordinary upsets, an unlikely candidate triumphed, detention remained a scourge and the world lost a wealth of talents.
Peace more polarised as terror takes reins
Unholy conflict; China warning shot; Ahok judgement; Euro loses currency
Manus Island stories
Photojournalist Ashley Gilbertson spent a week on Manus Island photographing the asylum seekers detained there. These are the stories they told.
Scott Johnson’s legacy
Investigation into the cause of Scott Johnson’s death, now in its third inquiry, led NSW police into a re-evaluation of 88 other cases, to consider how many might have been gay-hate killings.
Remembering Between a Wolf and a Dog author Georgia Blain
A fellow author remembers her friend Georgia Blain, the most unflinching and honest of writers.
The next wrecking of Great Keppel Island
A plan to build a major casino resort on the Great Barrier Reef is a boon for tourism but has left Indigenous owners complaining they were never consulted.
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