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A political party funded by internet tycoon Kim Dotcom has entered New Zealand's politics to help build a new movement of the left.
This is a question that can be addressed empirically. Regrettably the answer is 'No'.
Menzies spoke of ‘lifters’, ‘leaners’ and ‘forgotten people’ in his speeches and policy thinking, but there was another group, invisible to him …
Why are taxpayers making such massive and risky investments in coal infrastructure at a time when we can't find the money to invest in education or health? asks Richard Denniss of The Australia Insititute.
The Australian waded into the tobacco packaging debate with a series of blunt assertions, then responded to the counter-evidence by digging in.
Tennant Creek has developed innovative ways of dealing with social media. But the initiatives are languishing, partly for lack of funding.
In the popular western imagination Asian immigrants are the ‘model minority’ but it hasn’t always been this way.
By the time the first edition of the Australian hit the streets almost fifty years ago, a vital part of Rupert Murdoch’s strategy had already run into trouble.
After a rocky transition to a new set of leaders, China faces an uncertain future.
What explains Victoria’s stubborn tendency to vote Labor in state and federal elections?
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