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Sport July 20, 2019
The fans and freedom of speech
While sporting bodies vow to embrace diversity and uphold a policy of maximal inclusion, the fans cheering from the sidelines may have very different priorities.
News June 22, 2019
Police powers in the Northern Territory
In the Northern Territory, a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to domestic violence has led to claims of police overstepping their powers and questions about how far preventive measures should be taken.
Sport June 29, 2019
Cricket World Cup fails to excite
Once, one-day cricket was beamed free to all Australian TV sets, the commentators were beloved and the on-field theatrics magical. Now we have a six-week World Cup that is struggling to raise a flicker of interest.
News June 08, 2019
George Pell’s days of reckoning
The two-day hearing of Cardinal George Pell’s appeal against child sexual assault convictions ended on Thursday. The most senior Catholic to be found guilty of child abuse now waits to see if he will be freed.
Opinion September 06, 2014
Bolt a martyr for the 18C clause
Andrew Bolt’s claims that 18C suppresses him from openly debating Muslim immigration reveal a martyr complex.