Three interpreters killed in Afghanistan

Read more Oct 23, 2021 News Three interpreters killed in Afghanistan Karen Middleton The Australian government’s emergency 449 visas are set to expire, as another ex-ADF interpreter has been reported dead.

How the fight to save WA’s native forests was finally won

Read more Oct 23, 2021 News How the fight to save WA’s native forests was finally won Jesse Noakes The battle to save WA’s remaining old-growth forests required activists to mobilise public opinion and pressure the government to see the financial, climate and biodiversity benefits of leaving those forests intact.

Inside the fall of Hong Kong’s free press

Read more Oct 23, 2021 News Inside the fall of Hong Kong’s free press Sashka Koloff Hong Kong’s journalists are being targeted, their offices raided and their work censored or shut down. While some reporters have self-exiled, those who remain ask: Who could be arrested next?

The three-point plan Morrison needs to halve 2030 emissions

Read more Oct 23, 2021 News The three-point plan Morrison needs to halve 2030 emissions Mike Seccombe For all the noise surrounding Scott Morrison’s supposed shift on climate targets, his changes are actually insignificant. But there is a straightforward, three-point path to cut Australia’s emissions by 2030 – if only there were the political will.

Coalition attempts to wedge Labor on immigration

Read more Oct 23, 2021 News Coalition attempts to wedge Labor on immigration Karen Middleton As Christian Porter is protected in the house of representatives, details have emerged of Alex Hawke’s attempt to wedge Labor on immigration.

Palmer’s UAP now largest party by membership

Read more Oct 16, 2021 News Palmer’s UAP now largest party by membership Mike Seccombe As membership of the United Australia Party surges, its policy platform remains built almost entirely around Covid-19 conspiracies.

Wuhan: What the Markson book tells us

Read more Oct 16, 2021 News Wuhan: What the Markson book </br>tells us Linda Jaivin A significant figure globally in the culture war over Covid-19, Sharri Markson gives an account of the virus’s outbreak that is lucid, flawed and revealing.

Clock ticks for the Nationals on climate

Read more Oct 16, 2021 News Clock ticks for the Nationals on climate Karen Middleton The Nationals meet on Sunday to decide their climate change policy, although some members worry Barnaby Joyce has already done a deal with Scott Morrison.