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COVER STORY Fixing Australia: Can we trust the Morrison Government?

ENERGY Yallourn early closure more than a mere challenge, Mr Premier

CANBERRA OBSERVED Can Labor learn a lesson or is it unredeemable?

NATIONAL AFFAIRS High power prices lead to more deaths of elderly

GENDER POLITICS Catholic Ed's document strong on doctrine, weak on protocols

ENERGY Renewables do push up power price: Chicago economists

OBITUARY The eminence of Dr Joe Santamaria

HISTORY OF SCIENCE Faith and reason and Father Stanley Jaki, Part 6: Medieval Christendom sparks a revolution

ENVIRONMENT As many Pacific islands are rising as are sinking

ASIAN AFFAIRS Uyghurs lose in ethnic power play

POETRY AND HISTORY The epic of the White Horse

HUMOUR On patrol with Father Bruce

MUSIC Joao Gilberto: Carrier of melodies

CINEMA Crawl: Toothful entertainment

BOOK REVIEW America's postwar boom and its end

BOOK REVIEW The story of the drafting of a great document

BOOK REVIEW The facts behind an undying distortion

LETTERS

POETRY

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COVER STORY Fixing Australia: Can we trust the Morrison Government?
Deeply disaffected voters have indicated that unless there are new economic policies to restore the suffering middle class, Scott Morrison’s victory is no assurance that his Government will hold office after the next federal election.
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ENERGY Yallourn early closure more than a mere challenge, Mr Premier
Premier Daniel Andrews’ climate wars continue to wreak havoc on Victorians, denying residents reliable and affordable power.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Can Labor learn a lesson or is it unredeemable?
Federal Labor, post the 2019 election result, has had to deal with a policy malaise the likes of which it has not experienced since the Mark Latham experiment in 2004.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS High power prices lead to more deaths of elderly
Soaring energy prices are leading to an increased number of hospital admissions of elderly Australians, with some dying of hypothermia, according to recent studies by NSW Health and the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne.
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GENDER POLITICS Catholic Ed's document strong on doctrine, weak on protocols
The Vatican Congregation for Catholic Education recently released an important statement on gender theory in education. On the same topic, the Victorian Catholic Education Commission has developed policies on sex and gender issues. Entitled Identity and Growth: A Perspective for Catholic Schools, it comprises four documents.
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ENERGY Renewables do push up power price: Chicago economists
A study by economists from the University of Chicago has confirmed that solar panels and wind turbines are making electricity much more expensive.
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OBITUARY The eminence of Dr Joe Santamaria
It is said that if you are not on social media or in Wikipedia you do not exist. The frightening cultural amnesia and egoism bequeathed by this nostrum was brought home at the recent funeral of distinguished Australian medical researcher, and ethical and social policy pioneer Dr Joseph Natalino Santamaria OAM, known for decades by everyone simply as “Dr Joe”.
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HISTORY OF SCIENCE Faith and reason and Father Stanley Jaki, Part 6: Medieval Christendom sparks a revolution
Let’s now look at how my branch of science, physics, developed in Europe before the time of Newton.
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ENVIRONMENT As many Pacific islands are rising as are sinking
Many people find it difficult to accept that “global warming”, now rebadged as anthropogenic global warming (AGW), is not real, given how constantly it is presented as fact by national and international governments and agencies, and the media.
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ASIAN AFFAIRS Uyghurs lose in ethnic power play
Like many ethnic minorities in strategically important regions of China, China’s Uyghurs have been on the losing end of an ethnic power play. The Uyghurs (pronounced “we-gars”) are a Turkic people who constitute 45 per cent of the people of Xinjiang, which has a total estimated population of 24 million.
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POETRY AND HISTORY The epic of the White Horse
 
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HUMOUR On patrol with Father Bruce
Australia. Present day. Two media gangs surf it out for airwave superiority.
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MUSIC Joao Gilberto: Carrier of melodies
When Brazilian singer guitarist João Gilberto died on July 6 at the age of 88, it represented the passing of perhaps the most distinctive popular music performer of the second half of the 20th century.
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CINEMA Crawl: Toothful entertainment
Do you like well-crafted, elegantly simple and heart-pounding flicks where you sort of know what will happen next? Do you like characters who are well rounded, with believable relationships that are not overly complicated? Do you like the idea of watching holdovers from the time of dinosaurs menacing people and snacking on some of them?
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BOOK REVIEW America's postwar boom and its end
Tyler points out that, among other things, stakeholder capitalism made it possible for workers to receive a fair share of the substantial productivity gains postwar U.S. business was able to generate. Worker rewards came in the form of regular and substantial wage and other compensatory privileges over the period from the 1950s to the 1970s.
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BOOK REVIEW The story of the drafting of a great document
This book markets itself on the promise of learning about Eleanor Roosevelt and her close involvement with the Declaration. If you are expecting to follow Eleanor for the greater part of the book, you will be disappointed. Eleanor is given cameo appearances throughout, but much of the content revolves around the other drafters of the Declaration and the political/social climate in which it was created.
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BOOK REVIEW The facts behind an undying distortion
Furthermore, Catholic states outside Italy generally regarded the decision of the Inquisition as an abuse of power and unjust, and did not enforce the prohibition.
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LETTERS
I read Chris McCormack’s excellent recent article on the Bradfield scheme with considerable interest (News Weekly, June 1, 2019).
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POETRY
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