June 2004

01 June 2004


 

  • AUSTRALIA

    Righting wrongs

    • Greg Barns
    • 14 May 2006

    The High Court’s judgment  that the Family Court did not have the authority to release children from the Baxter detention centre provides a compelling reason for Australia to revisit the question of a Bill of Rights.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Lost in the wilderness

    • Jack Waterford
    • 14 May 2006

    Aboriginal affairs has moved a long way since John Howard won office in 1996, though whether forwards or backwards is arguable.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Budging language

    • Eureka Street
    • 14 May 2006

    Thoughts from around the nation.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Taxi cab tales

    • Brian Matthews
    • 14 May 2006

    Cab cultures, not to mention the cabbies themselves, vary widely around the world. The Australian habit of hopping into the front seat with the hack and exchanging a cheery word is not generally welcome in Paris.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Good morning, Vietnam | The new Spain | (In)security Kenyan style

    • Marg Honner, Anthony Ham, Matthew Albert
    • 14 May 2006

    Letters from Marg Honner, Anthony Ham, Matthew Albert

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    Being the devil’s advocate

    • Richard Treloar
    • 14 May 2006

    Former South African Supreme Court Judge, Justice Laurie Ackermann spoke recently about how he struggled with his judicial role under apartheid.

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  • ENVIRONMENT

    The health of the whole

    • Tim Thwaites
    • 14 May 2006

    Tunisian human rights activist and University of Paris XIII Associate Professor of Public Health, Moncef Marzouki argues that there are three approaches to health.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    A budget for the ages

    • Francis Sullivan
    • 14 May 2006

    Mixed signals lead one to wonder whether the Commonwealth is pulling back from shouldering its share of the cost of aged care.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The great divide

    • Virginia Bourke
    • 14 May 2006

    Virginia Bourke examines the assumptions that underlie equality in parenting and work.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The pilgrim’s way

    • Anthony Ham
    • 14 May 2006

    Anthony Ham follows the historical footsteps toward Mecca.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Something old, something new

    • Nadja Breton
    • 14 May 2006

    European allegiances have been tested by the conflict in Iraq.

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    Forgotten children

    • Leanne McKay
    • 14 May 2006

    Leanne McKay sheds light on the reality of unaccompanied minors arriving in Australia

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Loves Labor lost

    • Michael McGirr
    • 14 May 2006

    Ross McMullins’ So Monstrous a Tragedy: Chris Watson and the world’s first national labour government is reviewed by Michael McGirr.

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  • EDUCATION

    Sustainable hope

    • Michele Gierck
    • 14 May 2006

    Michele Gierck observes how education programs in Kenya are restoring hope for AIDS victims.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Don’t fence me in

    • Mark Wakely
    • 14 May 2006

    Mark Wakely looks at our instinct to build fences

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Capital investment

    • Andy Blunden
    • 14 May 2006

    Andy Blunden examines proposals to target poverty and exclusion.

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  • RELIGION

    In my mother’s footsteps

    • Anna Griffiths
    • 14 May 2006

    Italy, Caravaggio and Catholicism.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Deathly silence

    • Celia Conlan
    • 14 May 2006
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    Celia Conlan reviews Stephanie Bennett’s The Gatton Murders.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    All that jazz

    • Christopher Heathcote
    • 14 May 2006

    Television’s engagement with the arts.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Thoughtful reflection

    • Andrew McGowan
    • 14 May 2006

    Andrew McGowan on Peter Carnley’s Reflections in glass: Trends and tensions in the contemporary Anglican church.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    The end of a friendship

    • Matthew Lamb
    • 14 May 2006

    Matthew Lamb on the great dispute: Sartre and Camus: A Historic Confrontation and Camus and Sartre: The Story of a Friendship and the Quarrel that Ended It.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Saving faith

    • Bede Heather
    • 14 May 2006

    Bede Heather reviews Jacques Dupuis’ Toward a Christian Theology of Religious Pluralism.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Tastes of the Orient

    • Christine Salins
    • 14 May 2006

    An interview with Asian culinary master, Rosemary Brissenden, by Christine Salins.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    National identity

    • Ralph Carolan
    • 14 May 2006

    Ralph Carolan reviews Benign or Imperial? Reflections on American Hegemony by Owen Harries.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Book reviews

    • Nathan Kensey, Daniel Marti, Aaron Martin, Beth Doherty
    • 14 May 2006

    Reviews of the books: Who did this to our Bali?; Off Course: From Public Place to Marketplace at Melbourne University; Dark Dreams, Australian refugee stories by young writers; A history of the devil:  From the Middle Ages to the present.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Looking through the cracks

    • Juliette Hughes
    • 14 May 2006

    When men are cooked for, the call is for lots of fried red meat and spuds, with bacon featuring everywhere. But when they take to the stove, it’s a different story.

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  • RELIGION

    Talking about community

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 14 May 2006

    Lindsay Tanner and Tony Abbott recently gave thoughtful speeches about the place of the churches in public life, which merit a reflective response.

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  • INFORMATION

    Letters to Eureka Street

    • John Kelly, David Holdcroft, John Carmody
    • 14 May 2006

    Letters from John Kelly, David Holdcroft, John Carmody

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