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It became clear yesterday at ANZAC ceremonies and sporting events around the country. In terms of a rousing, patriotic paean, New Zealand’s God Defend New …

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There it was yesterday. The Wall Street Journal’s cheeky headline: “Australia to pick its new leader — with an election.” We know, we know. Two …

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Melbourne University Council has decided that the Australian book market is ripe for an injection of dry, turgid, unreadable academic texts. Prepare yourself for …

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The final sitting day in the parliament yesterday provided a timely reminder that Labor has a long and illustrious history of finding itself in …

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The Morrison government is sleepwalking to an electoral calamity. Can the Liberal Party be roused from its slumber in time at least to save …

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If you listen closely you can hear it. The sound of muffled shrieks and angry recriminations. The dull thud of the slipper being sunk. …

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I’ve always said I’d never go to writers’ festivals and true to my word, I never have. The mere thought of sitting in a …

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The denizens of Wentworth gather tomorrow at polling booths to determine the fate of Israel, the Iran Nuclear Agreement, the future of Judeo-Christian civilisation …

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Keep your heads down, folks. Prepare yourself for the ghastly din of the ABC engaging in impassioned discourse with itself. It could go on …

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It’s standing room only on the grassy knoll. Or at least it is if you believe the garbled conspiracy theories being peddled around by …

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