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'They came to fight': Cops blast CBD violence
Police condemn 'angry young men' after 10 officers were hospitalised and 235 arrests made amid shocking scenes in Melbourne.
‘Operation Hookless’: Defence pact kept under the radar
The covert negotiations that hatched a historic military union have been compared to a scene from a John le Carre novel.
Keneally conundrum leaves Albo on low road to oblivion
The brawl over the future of Kristina Keneally has exposed party hypocrisy and a lack of transparency on a grand scale as its ‘faceless men’ blow a golden chance.
Australia submarine pact targets China’s weakness
Australia’s decision to build nuclear-powered submarines with US technology could form a vast defence network to help deter Beijing from expansionism.
Wild ride ahead on our enemy and benefactor
The ‘China miracle’ may be self-destructing, but we can stick with it or go back to something akin to an ‘Argentinian future’.
Psychiatrists take a cautious turn on youth gender clinics
Psychiatrists have been alerted to the ethical and legal risks of medicalised gender change for young people and the lack of good evidence on whether it helps or harms.
Queensland – beautiful one day, crazy the next
Desperate to catch up with Victoria and WA on their mess of euthanasia laws, Queensland is in a class of its own for outrageousness.
Time’s Up: behind the unravelling
In less than four years, #MeToo’s advocacy offshoot Time’s Up is in crisis, with survivors and activists denouncing it as harmful, a vile PR stunt and ‘patriarchy with a dress on.’ What went wrong?
Rural MPs a threat to Marshall rule
The SA Marshall Liberal government threatens to unravel as up to four country MPs consider running as independents.
Trying times over as Wallabies make a statement
Dave Rennie’s men broke a 10-year drought and kept their Rugby Championship hopes alive in front of a packed house.