ECOP is no stranger to struggle, Edward Furst reports
I’m happy to acknowledge that the chances of the 2012 Labor leadership spill being made into a feature film are about the same as anyone actually wanting to see that same movie; which is to say very poor. I mean, it has enough white people for a studio to greenlight it, but recounting the debacle…
Abbott’s career at uni was littered with allegations well documented in the annals of Honi Soit–punching walls, kicking down doors, threatening women and general gronkness. But how does Turnbull’s hack career measure up? Honi took to the archives to see what Malcolm was like at uni.
A few flaws don’t overrule this plucky and talented show, writes Max Baume
Evelyn Corr on Land Management.
The beginning of this semester has been marked for me by visits to the Redfern Tent Embassy, and hearing stories from friends who travelled on the 50th Anniversary Freedom Ride. With first hand perspectives and experiences giving myself and others a greater understanding of Indigenous land issues and the constant disadvantages these groups face at…
I didn’t vote in the last State election, despite being eligible (and legally obliged) to do so. Faced with a corrupt Labor incumbent and a heartless Liberal challenger, I didn’t think it mattered much who won. It did. Last year, the State Government announced a package of reforms to homelessness services and women’s refuges in…
Andy Chalmers talks to Wil Wagner from The Smith Street Band about the protest song, Tony Abbott and some other ‘fucking evil shit’.
Freya Newman has been handed a two-year good behaviour bond for accessing data, which revealed a secret $60,000 scholarship had been given to the Prime Minister’s daughter. Justin Pen reports.
Ben Brooks on the successes of community de-radicalisation programs and the challenges they face.