It’s election season which means one day = one month’s worth of hack drama. We were going to leave you waiting until Tuesday afternoon for the print edition to hit the stands but the chance Cameron Caccamo’s SURG blog would beat us to delivering the goss was a risk we were not willing to take. FREE TO BE A BIGOT…
Andrew Bell reports.
Natalie Buckett on how Mike Baird’s council amalgamations became a political weapon against progressivism
David Hogan went to a stupol party. Of his own volition.
40K is just another exercise in self-serving voluntourism, argues Ajay Sivanathan
Tim Asimakis reports on backroom dealings.
Our very own gronk William Edwards talked to every political club at O Week so that you don’t have to.
The following transcript has been taken from surviving excerpts of a notebook unearthed in Section 3A of the Quarantined Zone, on the site formerly occupied by the 2014 O-Week Main Stage tent. TRIGGER WARNING: Honi Soit apologises for any distressing content.
Knee-jerk hysteria does little to promote civility, says Angus Reoch
When it comes to government regulation of alcohol, consistency can’t be everything, writes Michael Koziol.