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COVER STORY Biological and transgender worldviews are mutually exclusive

CANBERRA OBSERVED Can you have too much of a renewables thing?

FREEDOM OF SPEECH Professor Augusto Zimmermann addresses NCC WA on freedoms

NSW ABORTION BILL Clear and present danger to women's health

RURAL AFFAIRS Land-clearing laws render productive land useless and worthless

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Why an indigenous referendum is misconceived

POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY The post-liberal way: Make good use of the time in the wilderness

ASIAN AFFAIRS Hong Kong defies its obtrusive overlord

SPECIAL FILM REVIEW Danger Close: Australia's fiercest battle of the Vietnam War

HUMOUR Rage against the baked bean

MUSIC Riff wrap: The thing that makes it go 'pop'

CLASSIC CINEMA Dr Strangelove: Helpless fear turned to laughter

BOOK REVIEW The epic awfulness of Mao and his 'isms'

BOOK REVIEW From slave to son of the Church

LETTERS

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Geoff Wilkinson and Ross Brundrett

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It was a crime spree like no other. One of the great double acts in Australian criminal history led police on a merry chase for more than two years. And all the time police thought they were chasing one man.

There were two, maybe three stickups a month but only in the colder months. Country TABs and banks were always hit near closing time with the After Dark Bandit then disappearing into the bush. No clues, no leads, no hope.

It wasn’t until the gig was up – thanks to the unflinching bravery of a couple of old-school country coppers (one who almost died) – that police discovered that the After Dark Bandit was both public enemy no.1 and no.2!

Double Trouble chronicles the journey of Peter and Doug Morgan and their notorious dad who taught them how to build houses and steal stuff. So many twists and turns along the way, including the startling revelation that the only time the identical twins ever got along was when they were doing holdups.


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