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Bourke St attack
PM slammed for Islam remarks


PM slammed for Islam remarks
Scott Morrison labelled ignorant and “politically desperate” for his strong response to radical Islam after Melbourne terror attack.
China on road to a big crash


China on road to a big crash
Alan Dupont
Action is afoot against Beijing’s expansionism as doubts that the economic miracle can continue gain traction.
Bourke St attack
$20K gift for ‘trolley man’


Bourke St attack
$20K gift for ‘trolley man’
CHRISTINE KELLET
Brave homeless man Michael Rogers, who tried to stop a Melbourne terrorist with a shopping trolley, has been rewarded.
CHRISTINE KELLET
Brave homeless man Michael Rogers, who tried to stop a Melbourne terrorist with a shopping trolley, has been rewarded.
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A sad basket of delusionals


A sad basket of delusionals
Terry McCrann
It is a delicious but difficult question: which of the two former prime ministers revealed himself as the more delusional?
‘Defined us as a people today’


‘Defined us as a people today’
Richard Ferguson
PM leads Remembrance Day commemorations in Canberra as nation reflects on 100th anniversary of the end of WWI.
Dying Holden’s Hail Mary shot


Dying Holden’s Hail Mary shot
Philip King
A year since car-making ended here, Ford and Toyota have clung on, while Holden’s been wheeled out on a gurney. This may turn it around.
Philip King
A year since car-making ended here, Ford and Toyota have clung on, while Holden’s been wheeled out on a gurney. This may turn it around.
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Our socialist republic goes rogue


Our socialist republic goes rogue
Angela Shanahan
This week the ACT has proved yet again that Canberrans are living in a world of their own.
Bourke St attack
Doors closed as a city grieves


Doors closed as a city grieves
Iconic Melbourne cafe Pellegrini’s shut amid an outpouring of grief as nurse tells of bid to save dying restaurateur Sisto Malaspina.
Trump cancels visit over rain


Trump cancels visit over rain
President Trump is being criticised for cancelling a visit to a cemetery for Americans killed in World War I because of rain.


The day the guns fell silent
Paul Kelly
Australia is an unusual nation, pretending to virtue and honour, yet remarkably indifferent to the most profound events in its past.
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Bourke St was ‘reality check’10.
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