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News January 24, 2015
Abbot Point and Barrier Reef loom large in Qld election
With an election pending and Queensland’s LNP and ALP both rusted on supporters of coal production, the Barrier Reef’s future could now hang on a Federal Court challenge.
News April 19, 2014
Who profits from the Anzac brand?
From its venerated status in pokie-filled clubs to its place on biscuit tins, the Anzac legend has become a politicised and commercialised brand.
News May 10, 2014
Silence on toxic emissions in mining towns
Regulatory failures are exposing communities in mining towns to toxic emissions, a new report says. But pragmatism about jobs may be stifling dissent.
Opinion March 29, 2014
Anti-bikie laws another government shock tactic
Anti-bikie legislation is another case of governments using shock tactics to preserve power.