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This essay examines the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's history, purpose, and potential future direction.
This essay argues that if good people can’t sustain themselves in public life because it is just too punishing and zero sum, then Australia has a serious problem.
The 2017 Whitlam Institute Gough Whitlam Oration by Dr Stephen FitzGerald AO was a landmark and timely address on Australia's place in the world.
Offering a unique perspective as a diplomat, academic and Australia's first Ambassador to the People's Republic of China - appointed...
Technological progress has transformed solar PV from an alternative technology in the 1970s, to cheap, mainstream energy today. Australia has been a leading solar PV nation, with more household solar systems than any other country.
Solar has become highly popular in suburban and country...
The years of 1972 to 1975 are seen as a turning point that still defines the education landscape. Gough Whitlam’s Australia? Yes, but also Norman Kirk’s New Zealand. That’s where the likeness ends, though, for the new educational epoch Kirk ushered in was quite different...