Opinion

Tue 26 Mar 2019

Why state should conquer councils and take fluoride control

premium_icon Why state should conquer councils and take fluoride control

The state's decision resulted in councillors across Queensland pandering to a tin-hat minority of residents in their community.

Drivers suffering from 'indicatoritis'

Drivers suffering from 'indicatoritis'

It's a a frustrating, and potentially dangerous, condition that appears to be spreading.

Mon 25 Mar 2019

Why sex-offender register could do more harm than good

premium_icon Why sex-offender register could do more harm than good

They say the devil you know is better than the devil you don't, but when it comes to the subject of child abuse that couldn't be further from the truth.

Donald Trump witch hunt has blown up

premium_icon Donald Trump witch hunt has blown up

The greatest Fake News story of this century just blew up. It’s official: no, Donald Trump did not collude with Russia to steal the election.

Do Greens have blood on their hands?

premium_icon Do Greens have blood on their hands?

It seems the Greens are trying to profit from the massacre of Muslims by a white Australian racist by blaming everyone but themselves, says Andrew Bolt

How Mueller verdict will change Trump’s presidency

premium_icon How Mueller verdict will change Trump’s presidency

ROBERT Mueller’s report has been highly anticipated and its findings will change Trump's administration in a number of important ways, writes Sarah Blake.

OPINION: Fraser Island claim about looking forward, not back

premium_icon OPINION: Fraser Island claim about looking forward, not back

The Butchulla people are not dwelling on the past - they are doing what they can to move forward

OPINION: Right to freedom of speech depends on who says it

premium_icon OPINION: Right to freedom of speech depends on who says it

LETTER: Take Pauline Hanson, for example. The moment she entered parliament she has been fair game for one and all.

Sat 23 Mar 2019

The debate that has to be had

premium_icon The debate that has to be had

The case for population control should not be hijacked by ugly debates about race or religion

Is removing your tattoo deleting your history?

premium_icon Is removing your tattoo deleting your history?

MANY people are opting to have their tattoos removed. But are they losing an important part of themselves?

Fri 22 Mar 2019

How Australia made NZ all about us

How Australia made NZ all about us

LAST night’s fiery exchange between Scott Morrison and Waleed Aly shows how Australia has co-opted a massacre for political purposes.

So, what make us less human than you?

So, what make us less human than you?

Take a moment and look into the mirror.

NZ proves ‘there is a sickness in America’

NZ proves ‘there is a sickness in America’

In one week and after just one massacre, Jacinda Ardern has radically reformed New Zealand. America, it shouldn’t be this hard.

PM’s ‘me, me’ moment on The Project

premium_icon PM’s ‘me, me’ moment on The Project

As New Zealand mourns, and our country stands divided, Prime Minister Scott Morrison took to prime-time TV and raged against Australia’s most high-profile Muslim,...

Thu 21 Mar 2019

Meet the parents who won’t let their kids become adults

premium_icon Meet the parents who won’t let their kids become adults

THEY'RE pushy, protective and will happily sacrifice their child’s mental resilience in favour of success, writes Louise Roberts.

OPINION: We need solutions to keep doctors in the regions

premium_icon OPINION: We need solutions to keep doctors in the regions

FOR too long, training and working in regional communities has been treated as an obligation, not a privilege

This is a kick in the guts for women’s sport

premium_icon This is a kick in the guts for women’s sport

Seven’s decision to delete the photo of Tayla Harris in response to trolls sent a very clear message that women’s sport is not worth fighting for. It’s time for...

Welcome to Australia’s climate change reality

premium_icon Welcome to Australia’s climate change reality

A year on from almost losing my home to brutal bushfires, I’m left wondering how many more Australians will be in the firing line as climate change continues to go...

The kids aren’t alright — they’ve had enough

premium_icon The kids aren’t alright — they’ve had enough

Contrary to popular belief, young people aren’t the lazy, apathetic schlubs they’re made out to be, writes Seb Starcevic.

Egging is not ok

Egging is not ok

The egging was an act of violence. Mild and humorous, because of the victim, but violence nonetheless.

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