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Aboriginal suicide is different: that’s one of the key messages that came out of the inaugural Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention conference in May this year. Other messages follow from that one: local communities know best how to understand causes and build solutions;...
Most Sydneysiders and millions of tourists know The Rocks as a historic precinct in which it is possible to have a good night out while enjoying the ambience of a genuine nineteenth-century townscape – all within a stone’s throw of the harbour and the CBD....
More French soldiers died at Gallipoli than Australians, writes Nic Maclellan , and many of the allied troops were African and Indian.
Australia’s “baptism of fire” has become a potent blend of memory and mythology. And for a few weeks recently, retailing also...
EARLIER this year, an amazing thing happened in Melbourne. Fifteen thousand people gathered in front of the Victorian parliament to protest against an unpopular government decision. The colourful crowd chanted and marched, sported placards and banners, and listened to speeches by local identities.
In Inside Story, Ian Anderson reviews Peter Sutton’s unsettling account of Indigenous policy, The Politics of Suffering
AN INTERVIEW with Peter Sutton published in the Age in July began with the tag line, “Driven into action by loss, the linguist and anthropologist wants...
MANY OF US who wonder about the future of media tend to look to the United States for indications of the path ahead. I recently heard David Higgins, for instance, the editor of the News Limited website news.com.au, say that developments in the Australian media...