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EDITORIAL Tony Abbott's last chance

CANBERRA OBSERVED Coalition government switches to survival mode

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS If Abbott can back Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank...

HUMAN RIGHTS Re-establishing the right to freedom of religion and conscience

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Intergenerational Report: a waste of time and money

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Two problems the PM must tackle boldly

QUEENSLAND After Cyclone Marcia: balancing drought relief and flood mitigation

AUSTRALIA Builders of a nation: Henry Bolte and Charles Court

INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Putin admits military takeover of Crimea in 2014

CULTURE AND CIVILISATION The rediscovery of Christopher Dawson

CULTURE AND CIVILISATION Acknowledging the debt we owe Alfred the Great

SOCIETY The left's all-out war on truth

LETTERS

OBITUARY Fantasy author Terry Pratchett: an appreciation

BOOK REVIEW The very best of enemies

BOOK REVIEW Dutch warning on where euthanasia leads

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EDITORIAL Tony Abbott's last chance
The demise of Education Minister Christopher Pyne’s bid to deregulate university fees, now defeated twice in the Senate, gives the Abbott government the opportunity to jettison a number of unpopular policies which have contributed to the drop in support for the government.
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CANBERRA OBSERVED Coalition government switches to survival mode
By any measure, the retreat of the Abbott government from last year’s Budget has been a spectacular one.
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ECONOMIC AFFAIRS If Abbott can back Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank...
While the Commonwealth government’s infrastructure development program proceeds at a snail’s pace, the Prime Minister Mr Tony Abbott has announced that Australia is likely to support China’s planned US$100 billion Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).
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HUMAN RIGHTS Re-establishing the right to freedom of religion and conscience
The 28th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council is being asked to rule that nations should respect treaties that call for freedom of religion and freedom of conscience in the medical profession (OneNewsNow.com, March 12, 2015).
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Intergenerational Report: a waste of time and money
The IntergenerationalReport, a five-yearly preview of the situation in Australia in 40 years’ time, inevitably suffers from the fact that it is a government document, in fact a Treasury document, which deals with the government’s own agenda rather than the challenges facing the country in the future.
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ECONOMIC AFFAIRS Two problems the PM must tackle boldly
Two problems confront the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott.
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QUEENSLAND After Cyclone Marcia: balancing drought relief and flood mitigation
The onslaught of Queensland’s Cyclone Marcia on February 20 led to a mistimed release of water at the Callide Dam near Biloela in central Queensland, causing serious flooding and great damage to homes and farmlands. Locals are searching for answers.
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AUSTRALIA Builders of a nation: Henry Bolte and Charles Court
In an age when most Australian state premiers see their role as going cap-in-hand to Canberra for funds, it is easy to overlook the men who saw themselves as builders, not beggars.
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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS Putin admits military takeover of Crimea in 2014
A little over a year ago, Crimea was incorporated into Russia following what was said to be a spontaneous uprising by the people of Crimea against Ukraine and a referendum on union with Russia organised by the Supreme Council of Crimea.
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CULTURE AND CIVILISATION The rediscovery of Christopher Dawson
Historians come in all different shapes and sizes. The well-known ones, those mass-market storytellers we invite into our homes by way of television or bestseller, display enough variety to suit most tastes. There’s David McCullough, courtly and urbane as a Renaissance bishop; Ken Burns, bearded and earnest in the required PBS manner; Michael Beschloss, bronzed and well-coiffed as a matinee star; Simon Schama, smooth and subtle. 
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CULTURE AND CIVILISATION Acknowledging the debt we owe Alfred the Great
Shortly before the Second World War, an over-the-hill British ex-Cabinet Minister, out of office and washed up, his career plainly moving into its last twilight, began to write a history of the English-speaking peoples.
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SOCIETY The left's all-out war on truth
With the Supreme Court of the United States poised to sanction the incoherence known as gay “marriage”, the left has begun to wage what Steve Sailer calls World War T (Taki’s Magazine, January 22, 2014).
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LETTERS
Aboriginal assimilation
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OBITUARY Fantasy author Terry Pratchett: an appreciation
Sir Terry Pratchett has died. The much-loved author — one of my personal favourites — succumbed to complications from his particular form of Alzheimer’s disease.
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BOOK REVIEW The very best of enemies
British military historian Gordon Corrigan examines the longest-lasting conflict between the two nations, namely the Hundred Years War. Despite its name, the conflict lasted 116 years, from 1337 to 1453.
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BOOK REVIEW Dutch warning on where euthanasia leads
Joseph, in his 14 years, has had probably more prospective careers than most of us could think of, ranging from a long period when he was convinced he would be a priest to only recently wanting to “go into business” operating a pizzeria out of our kitchen (Mum had other ideas!).
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