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COVER STORY It's the science, not the reef, that is being polluted

NATIONAL AFFAIRS High time to introduce family-friendly taxation

CANBERRA OBSERVED Forrest's bold plan for indigenous Australians

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM Same-sex marriage and property rights clash in U.S.

REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY Like 'baby-farming', donor conception robs children of their identity

OPINION Stopping sexualisation of children must be our priority

EDITORIAL Obama's campaign against IS can't work

TRIBUTE 'Simon Leys', the China-watcher who couldn't lie

ENVIRONMENT Melting Antarctic ice sheet, or more climate alarmism?

TECHNOLOGY Using technology to live wisely and well

LETTERS

CINEMA A community wounded by the loss of God

BOOK REVIEW Sombre appraisal of the 'good war'

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COVER STORY It's the science, not the reef, that is being polluted
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is many kilometres offshore, and no detriment to the reef attributable to coastal dredging has ever been documented, writes marine biologist Dr Walter Starck.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS High time to introduce family-friendly taxation
Income tax rules are seldom a topic of discussion around the dinner table, even though most Australian families are adversely affected by them.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Forrest's bold plan for indigenous Australians
Last October, the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, commissioned a report from Andrew Forrest, one of Australia’s leading business leaders with an unrivalled record of working for the advancement of indigenous Australians, to prepare a report on how governments and business in Australia could create sustainable employment opportunities, to help end the chronic disadvantage which Australian Aborigines experience.
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RELIGIOUS FREEDOM Same-sex marriage and property rights clash in U.S.
A recent United States decision in which issues of religious freedom and discrimination have arisen in the context of same-sex marriage is discussed here by Adjunct Professor Neville Rochow SC of the School of Law, University of Notre Dame Australia.
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REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY Like 'baby-farming', donor conception robs children of their identity
A startling revelation in the Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera, HMS Pinafore, farcically unfolds when the motherly dockside vendor, Little Buttercup, confesses to a long-held secret.
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OPINION Stopping sexualisation of children must be our priority
After a lengthy time in captivity, the Western Australian Commissioner for Children and Young People’s Sexualisation of Children report was finally released on the final sitting day of the WA Parliament before it rose for winter.
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EDITORIAL Obama's campaign against IS can't work
President Obama’s strategy to degrade IS terrorists is driven more by domestic political concerns than by any sensible Middle East strategy.
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TRIBUTE 'Simon Leys', the China-watcher who couldn't lie
Dr Pierre Ryckmans (‘Simon Leys’), Belgian-Australian writer, Sinologist, essayist and literary critic. Born in Brussels, September 28, 1935. Died in Canberra, August 11, 2014.
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ENVIRONMENT Melting Antarctic ice sheet, or more climate alarmism?
Over recent weeks, a number of media outlets have reported claims that the Antarctic ice sheet is melting, some say irreversibly, with the prospect of causing rising sea levels around the world.
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TECHNOLOGY Using technology to live wisely and well
Recent media headlines have included a topic that seems a bit different from the usual diet of human comedy and tragedy. A particular company has merely launched some new products, and yet this has been covered by all the electronic vehicle (EV) major news outlets.
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CINEMA A community wounded by the loss of God
Calvary (rated MA15+) was reviewed by Symeon J. Thompson in News Weekly (August 16). Here, social scientist Dr Lucy Sullivan offers another perspective on the film.
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