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COVER STORY Coronavirus: China must answer hard questions

EDITORIAL Inquiry needed into medically transitioning children

CANBERRA OBSERVED Nationals leave the home paddock unattended

ENVIRONMENTALISM Bushfires are being used as fuel for green polling

GENDER POLITICS Senator Amanda Stoker takes a stand on transgenderism

RURAL AFFAIRS Drought loan scheme deficient in delivery

MANUFACTURING Renewables push puts aluminium smelters at risk

ENERGY Is agricultural biomass viable as an energy producer?

SOCIETY Cold is more lethal than heat worldwide

CLIMATE POLICY Adaptation: A better way to tackle global warming

LITERATURE AND SOCIETY The poetry of Distributism

AUSTRALIAN HISTORY What if the French had settled Australia?

HUMOUR Ern Malley Writers' Festival goes 'bang'

MUSIC Nina Simone: At the raw edge of pain

CINEMA Where wars intersect our lives: A Hidden Life, Midway

BOOK REVIEW Atheism with an Islamic cast gives way to the Catholic Church

BOOK REVIEW The janitor opened a door

POETRY

LETTERS

AS THE WORLD TURNS

CLIMATE POLITICS Business joins Big Brother in climate-change chorus

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COVER STORY Coronavirus: China must answer hard questions
The fact that China’s top virus research institute is located in Wuhan, the same city in which the coronavirus outbreak first appeared, raises questions which require answers.
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EDITORIAL Inquiry needed into medically transitioning children
While the Queensland and Victorian governments are planning to ban counselling that would assist gender-confused people to accept their biological sexual identity, in Britain, a landmark case is being taken against the UK National Health Service (NHS) prescribing “experimental” puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Nationals leave the home paddock unattended
What was traditionally the most stable party in federal politics has become the most volatile and unpredictable, with potentially dire consequences for regional Australia.
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ENVIRONMENTALISM Bushfires are being used as fuel for green polling
 
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GENDER POLITICS Senator Amanda Stoker takes a stand on transgenderism
Queensland Senator Amanda Stoker, described by Bernard Lane in The Australian as “a free speech champion and rising star of conservative politics”, has taken a stand against the transgender activist agenda.
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RURAL AFFAIRS Drought loan scheme deficient in delivery
Late in 2019 the Coalition Government set up a loan scheme for drought-affected farmers under the Regional Investment Corporation (RIC), yet drought-stricken farmers face waiting times of up to a year.
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MANUFACTURING Renewables push puts aluminium smelters at risk
High prices of electricity coupled with unreliability of supply have cast doubt on the future of two of Australia’s largest aluminium smelters, Portland and Tomago (Newcastle), which convert alumina into the high-value metal aluminium.
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ENERGY Is agricultural biomass viable as an energy producer?
Waste-to-energy technology holds out much promise both as a clean way to produce energy and as a useful way to dispose of waste that would otherwise go to landfill. At least, that is so in the case of municipal solid waste. What of the case of agricultural waste?
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SOCIETY Cold is more lethal than heat worldwide
The recent bushfires in eastern Australia have caused terrible destruction and loss of life. The infernos raging on our television screens night after night were frightening.
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CLIMATE POLICY Adaptation: A better way to tackle global warming
As Eastern Australia burned, the anthropogenic climate-change rhetoric reached an hysterical level. Two examples are the climate protests in Melbourne (where protestors stood in the rain!); and the case of a woman placing the remains of her ruined home near Parliament House, blaming the Government for the fires.
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LITERATURE AND SOCIETY The poetry of Distributism
Part Three of three parts
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AUSTRALIAN HISTORY What if the French had settled Australia?
Australia and Canada have many things in common, but perhaps not as many as might have been. If things had been different, France might well have claimed Australia, or part of Australia. For some time, France seemed likely to claim Western Australia, for example.
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HUMOUR Ern Malley Writers' Festival goes 'bang'

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MUSIC Nina Simone: At the raw edge of pain
Nina Simone is undoubtedly one of the finest singers that jazz has produced and her musicality is unarguable. Her ability to put phrases in just the right spot is as skilful as the first rank of jazz instrumentalists.
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CINEMA Where wars intersect our lives: A Hidden Life, Midway
War is full of big things and little things. This seems obvious, but the cinema of war is often seen as solely being about war-fighting when its range is much richer.
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BOOK REVIEW Atheism with an Islamic cast gives way to the Catholic Church
For many converts, composing their conversion story, or recoun-ting it live on shows such as EWTN’s The Journey Home, can be challenging, as in doing so, one has to reveal one’s innermost self, as Ahmari has done in From Fire, by Water.
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BOOK REVIEW The janitor opened a door
The work is divided into three parts: 1. Beauty; 2. Truth; 3. Goodness. Each of these is considered in the light of perennial truths found in the great literature of the ages, and in modern writings, music and films.
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POETRY
A RECKONING
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LETTERS
What if it turned out that traditional Christian morality is the template for “the greatest happiness of the greatest number”?
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AS THE WORLD TURNS
The Global Warming Policy Forum has criticised the BBC for misleading the public about the melting of the Thwaites Glacier.
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CLIMATE POLITICS Business joins Big Brother in climate-change chorus
 
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