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24 March 2017

In the adrenaline-charged chase for information during a major breaking news event, the temptation for news organisations to overreach in the hope of exclusivity and impact can be too great,...

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22 March 2017

This article considers the Victorian government's announcement of an early retirement scheme aimed at re-deploying some workers being made redundant due to the Hazelwood power station closure.

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21 March 2017

A promising federal government homelessness strategy dissipated for lack of funding and political will, writes Lesley Russell.

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21 March 2017

Election results in Western Australia and Austria show just how unpopular populist policies can be.

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20 March 2017

The dearth of women in leadership positions raises a red flag for the quality of Australia’s economic decision-making.

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20 March 2017

Glenda Ballantyne and Amrita Malhi look at the policy known as 'interculturalism,' which aims to provide active and equitable interaction between groups over passive tolerance.

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19 March 2017

Advertising is falling. Paywalls push readers away. But a big endowment from the tech moguls, to be shared among all papers, could work in everyone’s interests.

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18 March 2017

This study investigated the impact of Tasmania’s child and family centres on parents’ use and experiences of early childhood services using a mixed methods approach.

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17 March 2017

This article provides an overview of a presentation by Zenith USA's Tom Goodwin, who predicted the ten media trends that will move us forward in 2017, if only we are brave enough to approach them...

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17 March 2017

Injustices sometimes need to be resisted unlawfully, as critics of Sally McManus should know, writes Peter Mares.