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USYD student organisations respond to the Coalition’s demolition of SSAF

USYD student organisations respond to the Coalition’s demolition of SSAF

USYD student organisations widely condemn the Coalition’s plans to scrap the SSAF

Liberty and Vita Weets: David Leyonhjelm

Liberty and Vita Weets: David Leyonhjelm

When David Leyonhjelm ran in John Howard’s seat of Bennelong in 2007 he won just 89 of the 92 700 votes cast in the seat. Expressed as a percentage, around 0.1%, it’s startlingly close to zero.  Just six years later he is set to take a NSW Senate seat and his party will receive well […]

What can Australians learn from the German elections?

What can Australians learn from the German elections?

Tom Joyner thinks Australia should take some cues from European politics

Plibersek moves to fix internship crisis

Plibersek moves to fix internship crisis

A breakthrough in the medical internship crisis could be imminent, reports Natasha Gillezeau.

Purge the prudes and talk plainly

Purge the prudes and talk plainly

Political correctness is a growing cancer, writes Zachary Thompson.

The more things change, the more they stay the same

The more things change, the more they stay the same

Honi Soit is produced just metres from the wall Tony Abbott is said to have ‘punched’ at the end of a brutal 1977 SRC election campaign. With the history of these rooms now the subject of national news, Michael Koziol took the opportunity to dig through the archives.

Divided They Fall

Divided They Fall

Australian politics is broken, but will true progressives heed the call and form a new party? Something’s gotta give, writes Felix Donovan.

Houston, do we really have a problem?

Houston, do we really have a problem?

The conversation surrounding asylum seekers has concentrated on finding a solution. But what exactly is the problem we are trying to solve, asks Poppy Burnett.