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JOHN MANT. It’s not less population but better planning.

‘It’s not the excessive population growth, it’s the failures of city planning’, it is said in defence of high immigration levels. Planning has been a mess for a long time. But in NSW there may be signs of hope with the … Continue reading

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BREXIT AND PHILLIP

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THE GUARDIAN EDITORIAL Reforming capitalism: from controversy to consensus

The claim that Britain’s economic model is systemically unjust was recently deemed radical and extreme. Now it is indisputable. 

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JOHN MENADUE. Seasons’ greetings.

John and Susie wish you a peaceful Christmas and a meaningful new year.   We do appreciate the help that we have received from contributors, readers and supporters.   There will be no posts on 24, 25 and 26 December.

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ABUL RIZVI. What do the new ABS Population Projections tell us?

The ABS has released its latest population projections, updating those it produced in 2012 (see here). So what has changed and how should we interpret these in terms of current policy?

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IPCC -The various risks from global warming.

This a graph from the new IPCC report that the Coalition tried to sabotage. The below graph depicts a range of impacts to a variety of systems of different global temperature outcomes, from white (undetectable) to yellow (detectable) to red … Continue reading

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MICHAEL WEST-Dee Why RSL: pokies, prodigious profits and personal tragedy.

Gary van Duinen took his own life after a thirteen-hour binge on the pokies two months ago. His body was found by a walking trail near Narrabeen lagoon. The tragic death of the 45-year old husband and father has cranked … Continue reading

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KIM WINGEREI. Condemning Neoliberalism is not enough. Democratic reform is long overdue.

The use of labels in the public debate is too often a lazy way of dismissing an idea or an opponent. However, Richard Denniss’ use of neoliberalism in his recent Quarterly Essay works well. He uses it as a catch-all … Continue reading

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MARC HUDSON. The Nationals have changed their leader but kept the same climate story (The Conversation 28 February 2018)

After Barnaby Joyce’s demise as Deputy Prime Minister and Nationals leader, and his replacement by Michael McCormack, we might wonder what the junior Coalition partner’s leadership change means for Australia’s climate policy.

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