December 22nd 2012

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Articles from this issue:

FRONT COVER: Picture Credit

EDITORIAL: Hard landing likely for Australia's economy

CANBERRA OBSERVED: Julia Gillard's survival strategy for the New Year

WATER POLICY: Disastrous Murray-Darling Basin Plan is now law

ENVIRONMENT: Australia signs up for Doha cash grab

EDUCATION: Kirby attacks state aid to non-government schools

AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY: The left's long march through Australia's institutions

LABOUR RELATIONS: How to make unions accountable to members

POLITICS: The challenges that await Australia in the New Year

ENERGY: US to achieve energy independence in 15 years

ECONOMIC AFFAIRS: Time to reappraise the Washington Consensus?

OBITUARY: International advocate for family values dies

CINEMA: Well-crafted tale about an ageing pro

BOOK REVIEW A divided calling

BOOK REVIEW Atheist philosopher now sceptical about Darwin

POEM: Enlightened Willie's Prayer

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News Weekly, December 22, 2012

“Nativity”, by Marten de Vos (1532-1603), from Antwerp Cathedral.

“Nativity”, by Marten de Vos (1532-1603), from Antwerp Cathedral. 

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