Keywords: Forgotten Australians

  • AUSTRALIA

    Gutted kiwis eat humble pie

    • Peter Matheson
    • 17 October 2007
    1 Comment

    Following their humiliating World Cup Rugby loss to France earlier this month, New Zealanders are wondering whether the Garden of Eden really does lie on the other side of the try line.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Smart hospitals need good policy more than clever politics

    • Francis Sullivan
    • 03 October 2007

    Political leaders attribute hospital crises to administrative bungles rather than a lack of political oversight or investment. But they can't continue to put off dealing with the rising public frustration at the inadequacy of the system's capacity to meet the demand of an ageing population.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    South Africa buys Mugabe's 'them and us' ruse

    • Peter Roebuck
    • 22 August 2007
    8 Comments

    South Africa is determined to resist calls to boycott its cricket tour of Zimbabwe. Mugabe's turning the slaughter and starvation over which he has so blithely presided into a " them and us" confrontation has paid dividends.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Aboriginal child abuse: whom do you trust?

    • Brian McCoy
    • 25 July 2007
    10 Comments

    We have learned that the damage caused by sexual abuse often continues for decades and into future generations. We can hope that Government interventions will make a long-term difference, but such complex issues cannot be reduced to a simple absolute: ‘the child must come first’.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Government sincerity in NT communities requires questioning

    • Jonathan Hill
    • 11 July 2007
    19 Comments

    How does compulsory acquisition of land help abused children? It doesn’t. Public support for the Federal Government’s radical intervention sadly reflects the ignorance of white Australians.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Explorer's physical and emotional torture

    • Ben Russell
    • 21 August 2006
    1 Comment

    John Bailey’s new book, Mr Stuart’s Track, both shatters and affirms the myths of our history, and brings the harsh realities of the exploration of Australia to life.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Examining the remains

    • Deborah Gare
    • 10 July 2006

    Geoffrey Blainey’s Black Kettle and Full Moon: Daily life in a vanished Australia is a welcome discovery for Deborah Gare.

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  • MEDIA

    Thirty years of war

    • Joshua Puls
    • 09 July 2006

    Joshua Puls meets the BBC’s John Simpson, broadcaster and war correspondent.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The frontier fallen

    • Tom Griffiths
    • 05 July 2006

    Historians are fighting a mini war over frontier history and the number of Aboriginal dead. Tom Griffiths argues for a different approach.

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  • INFORMATION

    Peace drums in Europe

    • Michael McKernan, Frank O’Shea, Mark Deasey, Morag Fraser, John Carmody, Brigid Hains, Pip Robertson
    • 03 July 2006

    Peace drums, Irish visitor, Travellers’ tales, Epiphanies, Deep structure, Counter-terrorism kits, Circling the square

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The forgotten people

    • Fatima Measham
    • 12 June 2006

    Fatima Measham on the dilemma of poverty in Australia.

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  • RELIGION

    The emerging patterns of Benedict's papacy

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 12 June 2006

    John Paul II’s world was the post-Reformation Church, seen from a Polish perspective. Benedict XVI is rooted in the Catholic Church before the Reformation, reflecting the subjects of his academic dissertations - Bonaventure and Augustine - who were masters in the exploration of symbols.

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