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  • AUSTRALIA

    Money talks in the new Ireland, just like Australia

    • Michael Mullins
    • 11 December 2006

    Sometimes we need to look elsewhere to realise what is happening in our own backyard. Ireland is not Australia, but both countries have become prosperous at a time when many other developed nations are in the midst of an economic downturn.

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  • RELIGION

    If you're happy and you know it clap your hands

    • Chris Fotinopoulos
    • 13 November 2006

    Many within the conservative Christian camp have come to accept music as an effective means of spreading the gospel. Artists, by virtue of their creative independence, can, if they choose, talk "truth" to the State. No group should force anyone to sing and clap to a single tune.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Questioning the limits to freedom

    • Michael Mullins
    • 30 October 2006
    5 Comments

    No advocate of democratic freedoms has defended Sheik al-Hilali's right to compare immodestly dressed women to uncovered meat. The message is that promoting freedom is often—but not always—a valid means of recognising values that enhance individual and collective humanity.

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  • MEDIA

    A generation of online material girls

    • Margaret Cassidy
    • 30 October 2006

    Members of the Zebo online community are encouraged to blog with a commercial focus, to keep a shopping journal of shopping experiences and tips.

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  • MEDIA

    Lonelygirl15 exposes the Net's illogical sense of community

    • Marisa Pintado
    • 18 September 2006
    4 Comments

    The outing of popular YouTube personality, Lonelygirl15, as an unemployed Kiwi, has prompted many to ask the obvious question—why are we still so trusting of what we find on the internet?

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Deep truths revealed with deceptive simplicity

    • Tony Smith
    • 21 August 2006
    1 Comment

    Powerful prose from a young indigenous woman that makes you remember the feelings of your home, your family, your losses and regrets, and yet makes you determined to continue.  

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  • AUSTRALIA

    How to eat simply and well at the same time

    • David Sutherland
    • 07 August 2006
    1 Comment

    In the First World, wealthy people tend to be slim, while many of the poor are obese. This is in stark contrast to poorer countries, where body fat can be seen as a sign of prosperity and good health, and is often considered attractive.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Hezbollah, Israel, and the damage done

    • James Massola
    • 24 July 2006

    Lebanon is a state founded upon division. The fighting in the south of Lebanon is nothing new. Today, Hezbollah and Israel are joined in battle. The Middle East could be a very different place by the time this fight is finished.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    A planet of slums

    • Gary Pearce
    • 10 July 2006

    Mike Davis' new book belongs to a long tradition of studies of the urban poor – among them, Friedrich Engels’s examination of Victorian Manchester in The Condition of the Working Class in England. Davis updates this genre for a period of globalisation.

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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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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Book reviews

    • Kieran Gill, Joshua Puls, Ben Wells, Andrew Hamilton sj
    • 02 July 2006

    Reviews of Just another little murder; Willie’s Bar and Grill; Islam in Australia; and Lines of my Life.

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  • ARTS AND CULTURE

    Cooking up a storm

    • Juliette Hughes
    • 02 July 2006

    Lots of women are Nigella-ing around their kitchens as I write; she has a lot to answer for.

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