Like many Indonesians, Australians have aired their concerns over the rise of political Islamism. Continue reading Political Islamism a cause for concern in Australia-Indonesia relations
South Australia’s History Festival is running now until 31 May with events focusing on Indigenous Australian history being held all over the State. Continue reading South Australia’s History Festival explores Indigenous Australia
New espionage and foreign interference laws could see journalists facing 25 years to life imprisonment. Continue reading Turnbull’s Espionage Bill could threaten the principles of journalism
“I guarantee you that if my children had the same porcelain smiles like the fat cats at the top that they would be far more happy and proactive,” Continue reading Decaying Medicare leaving vulnerable untreated
Beyond the annual dawn services and the traditional Anzac Day marches are community groups working hard to take care of veterans and current serving personnel. Continue reading A local RSL rallies university students for support as thousands commemorate the Anzacs
Freedom of speech may be considered a right, but it’s one that should be treated with caution and consideration. Continue reading Has freedom of speech become a myth?
Trump argues in the interest of national security, and in an attempt to restore and secure manufacturing jobs in the US, it’s time he flexed his anti-trade muscles and slapped a 25 per cent tariff on steel. Continue reading Trade and tribulation: What does a trade tariff on steel mean for the US and the rest of the world?