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  • AUSTRALIA

    The human side of poverty

    • Liz Curran
    • 27 April 2006

    So often in the poverty debate the actual human stories have been lost.

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  • MEDIA

    First lady of the airwaves

    • Bridget Griffen-Foley
    • 25 April 2006
    1 Comment

    Known as the Queen of Radio and the Baroness of Broadcasting, Australia’s audacious first woman talkback presenter preferred to be known simply as Andrea

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  • MEDIA

    The doyen of dissent

    • Robert Hefner
    • 25 April 2006

    Robert Hefner meets the outspoken editor of Harper’s Magazine, Lewis H. Lapham.

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The story of an unknown Libyan

    • Anthony Ham
    • 25 April 2006

    For many years a pariah, the nation run by Colonel Mu’ammar Gaddafi has suddenly become the darling of the West

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Why I quit the department

    • Tom Davis
    • 24 April 2006

    The organisational culture within Australia’s Department of Immigration appears to have little regard for human rights, but an ex-insider says it didn’t have to be that way

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  • AUSTRALIA

    The year of living dangerously

    • Troy Bramston
    • 20 April 2006

    The final year of the Whitlam Government was tumultuous, but despite enormous obstacles and ultimate dismissal, the government implemented a visionary and far-reaching policy agenda that forever changed the face of Australia.

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  • RELIGION

    Mystery of the monastère

    • Isabel Huggan
    • 20 April 2006

    Four days in a French convent were not enough to satisfy the curiosity of this writer.  

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  • AUSTRALIA

    Refugees are the canaries in the mine

    • Andrew Hamilton
    • 29 October 2020
    8 Comments

    If society were a mine, refugees would be the canaries in it. Their condition reveals whether the currents of public air are pure or toxic. By that standard the present currents in Australia are noxious. They mark a change from the first generous response to the coronavirus to the meaner reconstruction of the economy.

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