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COVER STORY Media ensure a comfy rise for Bill Shorten

CANBERRA OBSERVED Can Liberals' broad church survive schism?

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Middle-East time bomb: youth unemployment

ENVIRONMENT Europe's freeze further proof of global warming!

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cashless debit card records positive results

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Liberals' Tasmanian victory: the implications

OPINION The height of absurdity: education as business

ECONOMICS AND CHINA Eyes averted from the dragon in the marketplace

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM The state attacking the Church: lessons from history

FAMILY POLITICS A Trojan horse for monitoring children

NORTH AMERICA The cultural and political mosaic that is Canada

CINEMA Mary Magdalene on film: a new interpretation

MUSIC Audio-visual: or, how to watch your music

CINEMA The Adventures of Tintin: A light amid the bleakness

BOOK REVIEW Taking arms against the gender fluid fad

BOOK REVIEW Narrative history from a great writer



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Green Energy, Green Car

Australia has the unique ability to reduce its carbon emissions,
the cost of a carbon-trading system, its dependence on imported
oil and cars and thereby cut its burgeoning foreign debt.


NCC Strategic Report 2008

For 200 years Australia has depended on first the British and then the US strategic umbrellas for military protection.

Over this period Australia welcomed foreign investment, first from Britain and later from the US and nations of the Western Alliance. This investment was vital to the development of Australia’s resources, infrastructure and industries.


Making the Internet Safe

Public concern is growing rapidly over the vast and growing array of seriously disturbing and illegal content on the internet.

There is no one “silver bullet” capable of filtering such content. However, as a matter of principle, what is illegal in other forms should also be illegal on the internet. Sites with illegal content should be shut down, or if they originate overseas, be blocked by filters.


Australia¬'s Water Management Crisis

Urgent solutions

  1. a moratorium on permanent water-trade
  2. build a weir at Wellington in SA to save 1,000,000 megalitres p.a.
  3. Governments to comprehensively consult with all irrigation groups in the Basin
  4. Governments to bring back high-level expertise for a Basin crisis management-team
  5. Investigate emergency water supply measures




Australia doesn’t export 80 per cent of its agriculture as widely believed. It exports around 25 per cent by value at second stage production, according to research done over a decade ago by economist, Dr Mark McGovern. Yet agricultural policy is almost exclusively aimed at the export market. As farm profits continue their long-term decline and food imports continue to rise, Australia faces becoming a net importer of food in the not too distant future.


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