Books & Daydreams IV. Mary J Trump’s Too Much and Never Enough: How my family created the world’s most dangerous man

Is America about to break up with Donald J Trump? In a few days the world will witness one of the most intriguing and...

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Books & Daydreams III. Jon Ronson’s THEM: Adventures With Extremists

In Northern NSW, there’s some graffiti written on a wall just outside the Lismore Base Hospital....

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Books & Daydreams II. Samantha Maiden’s Party Animals: The Secret History of a Labor Fiasco

It was Federal election night, 2019. I’d spent the day handing out ‘How to Vote’ cards for the Labor Candidate for Page, Patrick...

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Books & Daydreams I. Dave Graney’s Workshy: My Life as a Bludge

Books & Daydreams: Dave Graney, the nature of work, the Lismore music scene and why we should support performing artists....

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Our Community is Our Home

One curious impact of the coronavirus outbreak is that working from home is suddenly all the rage....

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White Ribbon’s end could herald a new beginning

The news that White Ribbon Australia has folded has elicited mixed opinions, but in time its demise could become an important turning point...

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Turning the Page: On Banks and Aged Care

IN 1914, the famous American lawyer Louis Brandelis wrote that “sunlight is the best disinfectant”....

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Turning the Page: On RESPECT in politics

THE DEATH of Aretha Franklin was a sad day for the music industry, and the world....

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Mike Baird is trampling on democracy and ignoring history

Mike Baird should not be surprised by the drubbing the Liberal Party received in the recent NSW local government elections, because he...

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Sydney’s so-called “best suburbs” are getting a free ride on the growth train

Who gets to decide Sydney’s best suburbs? After all the problems with this year’s Census, I hope that it’s not the Australian Bureau...

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