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While our universities speak of liberalism and the spirit of enquiry, they are using the uncapped, demand-driven enrolment system to churn students through their packed faculties.
by Malcolm King - 30/11/2016 - 6 comments
Yet it is one of our largest employers and one which offers longer term full time jobs, as opposed to shorter term part time roles.
by Ross Elliott - 30/11/2016 - 5 comments
The real winners are Australia's 1.6 million union members whose dues have too often been deployed to ends far removed from their rights at work.
by John Slater - 29/11/2016 - 3 comments
Worldwide there are 350 gigawatts of coal projects currently under construction, and 932 gigawatts of pre-construction coal proposals in the pipeline.
by Nicola Wright - 28/11/2016 - 30 comments
Overall, the progressive critique seems to be rightly questioning why we are spending so much time and money paternalistically monitoring the poor and ensuring they comply with a range of mutual obligation requirements.
by Philip Mendes - 22/11/2016 - 8 comments
But while everyone believes Saudi Arabia has some of the largest oil reserves in the world, perhaps rivaled only by Venezuela, there has been a lot of uncertainty and skepticism over exactly how much sits beneath the Saudi desert.
Australian working class people have been mute because contemporary politics gives them no way of telling it.
by Malcolm King - 18/11/2016 - 15 comments
The issue is that the University of Sydney is a secular organization. The Uniting Church is a religious one. Australia is in principle a democracy not a theocracy.
by Max Wallace - 15/11/2016 - 22 comments
Rather than continue to resist union harassment and intimidation, some farmers now just want to make sure their competitors face union harassment too.
by David Leyonhjelm - 14/11/2016 - 6 comments
This makes you 'dangerous' because when you return – if you return and you should – you've acquired national or international standards.
by Malcolm King - 10/11/2016 - 4 comments
What do the Greens, Nick Xenophon Team and One Nation have in common with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump?
by David Leyonhjelm - 9/11/2016 - 4 comments
A technical meeting that was supposed to iron out some wrinkles for a deal to cut oil production ended in acrimony over the weekend, and OPEC's effort at coordination could be at yet another impasse.

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