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Natasha Cica

Dr Natasha Cica is the director of Periwinkle Projects, a Hobart-based management, strategy and communications consultancy.


In search of a moral compass
Domestic Politics - 28/08/2007 - 22 comments
Kevin Rudd, your time starts now
Domestic Politics - 31/07/2007 - 18 comments
Nobody's at home in Australia when it comes to actually caring
Political Philosophy - 23/07/2007 - 15 comments
Playing the politics of distraction
Domestic Politics - 1/06/2007 - 20 comments
Tasmania is the key to Labor making up lost ground on forests
Domestic Politics - 23/05/2007 - 2 comments
Senator Heffernan's 'Bulletin' blurt
Domestic Politics - 10/05/2007 - 18 comments
Discipline in the House
Domestic Politics - 16/04/2007 - 6 comments
Choose your dinner guests wisely
Domestic Politics - 28/03/2007
The rule of law matters - especially with genocide
Law & Liberties - 8/03/2007 - 7 comments
Our Attorney-General is missing in action
Law & Liberties - 12/02/2007 - 18 comments
Labor's poll planners: savvy analyst and ruthless spin doctor
Domestic Politics - 29/01/2007 - 12 comments
Where have all the beach shacks gone?
Society - 19/01/2007 - 11 comments
Everybody wants to be green in the new political environment
Domestic Politics - 12/01/2007 - 10 comments
'Tis the season to make jolly tough life choices
Humour & Satire - 21/12/2006 - 1 comment
Moral myopia rules again
Domestic Politics - 30/11/2006 - 14 comments
Getting into bed with the state
Education - 7/11/2006 - 29 comments
With loyalty tests, we're on the way to dull conformity
September 2006 Feature - 29/09/2006 - 19 comments
Who are the Australians?
September 2006 Feature - 25/09/2006 - 31 comments
Suppress or express: the net gives everybody a choice
Media - 28/08/2006 - 4 comments
What Australia needs: another someone to frighten the pants off us
Society - 12/07/2006 - 5 comments
Harry Seidler - a man who lived by real values
The Arts - 11/04/2006 - 12 comments
After Cronulla, life goes on in sun city
Society - 20/01/2006 - 119 comments
Now for some new media thinking, please
Media - 3/01/2006 - 5 comments
Kangaroo Kandinsky
Society - 19/09/2005 - 1 comment
The political matrix
Domestic Politics - 11/07/2005 - 4 comments
Learning from Kylie: dance on tables in gold hot pants!
Health - 20/05/2005 - 16 comments
Generation X: all grown up and nowhere to go
Society - 6/05/2005 - 13 comments
The Gunns 20 - a watershed legal case
Domestic Politics - 13/04/2005 - 8 comments
The Bachelor reveals more truths about sexual politics than you think
Society - 29/01/2004
Book Review: The End of Equality paints a hopeless picture
January 2004 Feature - 5/01/2004
Book review: Griffith Review: an attempt to upend the traditional order
International - 13/11/2003
Book Review: Crowded Lives wants more relaxed consideration of policy
Domestic Politics - 15/10/2003
The other victims of the Bali bombing are the Balinese who are left behind
International - 2/10/2003
Book Review: The asylum seekers at Woomera and their lives of sorrow
Domestic Politics - 16/09/2003
Pauline Hanson should be sentenced to endure some of her own policies
Domestic Politics - 22/08/2003 - 1 comment
This government's glib attention to security requires more public scrutiny
Domestic Politics - 5/08/2003
'Morning-after' pill debate reveals the need for open discussion about sex
Society - 14/07/2003
Book review: localised and personal but a timely call for a better world
Society - 3/06/2003
A growing alternative to neo-liberal obsessions with matters economic?
Domestic Politics - 6/05/2003
Seeing the world through a green fog helps to obscure the pink mist
International - 17/04/2003
The American Embassy bombs at home but flies the flag Down Under
Media - 2/04/2003
Reality is not as simple as Bad Banksia Men and there's no Skywalker, either
Domestic Politics - 14/03/2003
Is Hollywood really responsible for anti-American perceptions?
Media - 14/02/2003
Destruction, fear, and hope: life amid the Canberra bushfires
Society - 20/01/2003
Carmen's cry from the heart challenges the ALP to find some spine
Domestic Politics - 27/12/2002
What's with the fertility panic?
September 2002 Feature - 15/09/2002
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