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Pollies’ mismanagement of affairs national disgrace

Premium Content Pollies’ mismanagement of affairs national disgrace

Pollies dreaming to think scandals don’t matter: Terry Sweetman

We should be thankful for the ‘nanny state’

Premium Content We should be thankful for the ‘nanny state’

It’s absurd to call government overprotective for saving lives.

What is war good for? Trillions of dollars of debt

Premium Content What is war good for? Trillions of dollars of debt

Kids leaving school now will be carrying war burden until age 60.

We need Senate reform, now more than ever

Premium Content We need Senate reform, now more than ever

We need to talk about making changes to better suit modern society.

Clive Palmer has no right to claim the UAP’s name

Premium Content Clive Palmer has no right to claim the UAP’s name

THE original UAP was founded in 1931 and dissolved in 1945.

For sex fiends like this guesswork isn’t good enough

Premium Content For sex fiends like this guesswork isn’t good enough

We (or the judges who act on our behalf) are still guessing.

We need to discuss mental illness and crime

Premium Content We need to discuss mental illness and crime

We are entitled to ask some questions after Manmeet Alisher's death.

Fake reviews adding baggage to travel industry

Premium Content Fake reviews adding baggage to travel industry

PLANNING a trip is challenging, whether done online or via an agent.

Banks must stop treating old people like idiots

Premium Content Banks must stop treating old people like idiots

Have the banks learned nothing from the royal commission battering?

Trust is finite. Politicians squander it at their peril

Premium Content Trust is finite. Politicians squander it at their peril

Falsely claiming a military medal is low, writes Terry Sweetman.

Why are pollies dragging their feet on euthanasia?

Premium Content Why are pollies dragging their feet on euthanasia?

We favour voluntary euthanasia but politicians refuse to even listen

Churches can’t be trusted to do the right thing

Premium Content Churches can’t be trusted to do the right thing

It’s up to the government to legislate to ensure they do: Sweetman.