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  • ENVIRONMENT

    Environmental complexities of the modern dishwasher

    • Tim Thwaites
    • 30 October 2006

    Because of the intricate nature of all the interactions involved, the best course of action in environmental matters is rarely clear or obvious. We just need to be grateful for decisive political leaders.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    East Timor Catholic Church caught in the crossfire

    • Paul Cleary
    • 24 July 2006

    The Catholic Church has been actively involved in the crisis in East Timor from the very beginning. It has been both a safe haven for the people affected by it, and a political player.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    On your bus

    • Grant Morgan, Anthony Ham, Matthew Albert, Steven Columbus
    • 07 July 2006

    On your bus, Kerala leads, Sudan in Australia, Coming to terms.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    News from everywhere

    • Eureka Street editors
    • 05 July 2006

    San Egidio activists, Pacem in Terris, giving time, anatomy rules, learning politics, and re-calling Tim Lane.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Driving the tide

    • Jack Waterford
    • 11 June 2006

    In America, the political scientists are trying to attract the NASCAR dads—the sort of guys who are fans of racing cars. ‘NASCAR dads’ was once used to describe small-town and rural men.

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  • MEDIA

    Peace correspondents: The new reporters

    • Jan Forrester
    • 05 June 2006

    Conventional journalism portrays war as a zero sum game, a series of violent exchanges between contending parties. ‘War reporting’ requires clear winners and losers, and the media interprets the events contributing to conflict accordingly.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Fuel to burn

    • Brian Matthews
    • 05 June 2006

    As far as events in the Place de l’Horloge are concerned, Madame Gauguin is the one who knows all.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    What's heroism got to do with climbing mountains?

    • Michael McVeigh
    • 29 May 2006
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    There’s something profoundly disturbing about the idea of a man dying, freezing, alone in a cave, 800 metres below the peak of Mount Everest. Michael McVeigh looks at the moral dilemma that faced climbers who left a man to die, and pushed on, in order to reach their own personal goal.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Letter from a Chinese restaurant

    • Michael McGirr
    • 22 May 2006

    Michael McGirr farewells Alistair Cooke.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Good advice, falling on deaf ears?

    • Tony Kevin
    • 11 May 2006

    Tony Kevin considers the cost of the free trade agreement.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    One more time around

    • Brian Matthews
    • 20 April 2006

    Is it just me, or is it always a bit strange at the start of another year? As if you can feel the earth and the sky and the ambience of things shifting wearily into another gear with a here-we-go-again crunching of cosmic cogs.

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