Be My Guest
Is anyone else confused about the current behaviour of our Prime Minister? In just a few short years he’s transformed himself from National Door Bitch to Regional Street Spruiker.
Interview: [email protected]
Labor's Penny Wong has the job of getting more people into the workplace and keeping companies honest. In her spare time ....
Unions: State of the Union
Unions NSW secretary John Robertson unveils the annual survey of attitudes of workers to their jobs, thier lives and the union.
Industrial: Fashion Accessories
Jim Marr unpacks the unlikely claim of a suburban house to be considered the New Mecca of the New Right …
Legal: Leg Before Picket
Chris White looks at how the federal industrial changes will impact on the basic right to strike.
Politics: Business Welfare Brats
Neale Towart asks why the only form of legitmate welfare seems to be going to the top end of town.
Health: Cannabis Controversy
Zoe Reynolds looks at how drug and alcohol testing is leading to some addled outcomes.
Economics: Debt, Deficit, Downturn
As the indicators head south, Frank Stilwell wonders whether it is the way we do economics that is to blame.
History: Politics In The Pubs
Phil Doyle reports on the increasingly-popular Struggles, Scabs and Schooners day out.
Review: Three Bob's Worth
Doing their best Margaret and David, Tara de Boehmler and Tim Brunero have different takes on the new Australian flick Three Dollars.
Poetry: Do The Slowly Chokie
Workers Online bard David Peetz teaches how workers to dance to Howard's industrial laws.
Cash Grab Targets Families
Wattyl Lacks Colour
Censors Ban Workers Online
Stink Over Water
Cole Slurs Slide
Table Hands Stuffed
Sweat Shop Taxes MLC’s Patience
Cops Strengthen Thin Blue Line
Buses Drive Commuters Crazy
Guards Win Rail War
Building Families Pocket $15 Million
Students Mark Lecturers
Activist’s What’s On
Notes From a Laneway
Mental Health Workers Alliance member Toby Raeburn shares a week on the frontline.
The Locker Room
War, Plus The Shooting
The Socceroos aren’t their own worst enemy after all, or so says Phil Doyle
Life Imitates Art
The jokes have been around for some time about the economic rationalist's approach to the orchestra, writes Evan Jones.
The Westie Wing
Ian West takes the secret passage out of Macquarie Street to deliver his take on NSW Parliamentary Committees and other goings on.
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Letters to the Editor
The 4Corners program on ABC about Cornelia Rau was a chilling look at Australia's detention system.
It is difficult to believe that we put refugees, even children, in such places as Baxter.
Most of the asylum seekers, around 90%, are eventually proved to fit our narrow refugee‚ criteria.
Others are also shown to be good people who are in need of a safe permanent home, having fled for non-allowed‚ reasons such as war.
Isn't it amazing that we of the Lucky Country provide these traumatised people with off-shore‚ "out-of-mind‚" no expense spared‚ camps in Nauru and Christmas Island and "out-of-your-mind"‚ desert camps on the mainland.
Will it take the story of one wrongly imprisoned Australian to make us look again at what we are doing year after year to innocent men, women and
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