By Jonathan Meddings Published 7/12/2016 Labor’s new climate policy is as welcome as it is long overdue and politically calculated. Just before the recent climate … Continue reading Labor grows a spine on climate policy, while the Liberal’s Direct Action plan pillages the public purse
By Jacob Reid The prospect of there being a reconstituted form of marriage is closer. The fog of the Abbott government’s contradictory views on both … Continue reading Marriage for the people, by the people
By Mariam Hussein Last Wednesday the Senate passed a bill to allow a new cashless welfare card to be trialled. The scheme involves restricting 80% … Continue reading The cost of welfare should not be the right to privacy for the recipients
By Monique La Terra The death of Queensland Chincilla farmer George Bender has driven Senator Glenn Lazarus to call for an immediate end to Coal … Continue reading Coal Seam Gas: An exercise in industry coercion
By Isabella Faranda Australia is currently witnessing an epidemic like never before. So far this year, just under 60 women have been killed in domestic … Continue reading The domestic violence epidemic: When will Australia see a National Crisis Summit?