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What's your favourite pool? 20 December 2019 | Why are ocean pools not more widespread? It isn’t the cost – our research suggests the public benefits of NSW ocean pools greatly outweigh the investment in building and maintaining them. And these pools do... More information...
Shark nets are destructive and don't keep you safe – let's invest in lifeguards 04 December 2019 | As Australians look forward to the summer beach season, the prospect of shark encounters may cross their minds. Shark control has been the subject of furious public debate in recent years and while some governm... More information...
Government’s Commonwealth Integrity Commission will not stamp out public sector corruption — here’s why 25 November 2019 | Attorney-General Christian Porter added a little more flesh to the bones of the long-awaited Commonwealth Integrity Commission this week. In a National Press Club address, Porter argued there must be a balance... More information...
Hackers are now targeting councils and governments, threatening to leak citizen data 11 November 2019 | In recent weeks, Johannesburg's computer network was held for ransom by a hacker group called Shadow Kill Hackers. This was the second time in three months a ransomware attack has hit South Africa's largest... More information...
Mr Morrison, I lost my home to bushfire. Your thoughts and prayers are not enough 12 November 2019 | Fires of unprecedented number and ferocity are today raging in New South Wales and Queensland. Residents in some regions woke to news that the fire danger was “catastrophic”. Rural fire chief Shane Fitzsimmons... More information...
Is the Morrison government ‘authoritarian populist’ with a punitive bent? 04 November 2019 | Although the term “authoritarian populism” is often associated with far-right parties, it has also been used to describe mainstream governments, such as those of Margaret Thatcher (1979-1990). More information...
We asked 13 economists how to fix things. All back the RBA governor over the treasurer 04 November 2019 | Thirteen leading economists have declared their hands in the stand off between the government and the Governor of the Reserve Bank over the best way to boost the economy. More information...
5 charts on what a Newstart recipient really looks like 30 October 2019 | The Newstart unemployment benefit is all over the news. It’s the subject of a Senate inquiry. Today it will take evidence in Elizabeth, in what used to be Adelaide’s industrial north. More information...
Australia needs a Media Freedom Act. Here’s how it could work 22 October 2019 | Australians picked up their morning papers yesterday to find heavily blacked-out text instead of front-page headlines. This bold statement was instigated by the “Your Right to Know” campaign, an unlikely... More information...
Robo-debt class action could deliver justice for tens of thousands of Australians instead of mere hundreds 17 September 2019 | The announcement by Gordon Legal of a class action to compensate victims of the government’s so-called robo-debt scheme is welcome, perhaps even groundbreaking. More information...
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