Peter Dutton: Don't sleep on Auspol's lazarus

Peter Dutton: Don't sleep on Auspol's lazarus

Sera Mirzabegian

The battle for Peter Dutton's political career is upon us, but you'd be foolish to believe that he's only fighting for survival.

Geoff Grist: The real estate leader fighting for the homeless

Geoff Grist: The real estate leader fighting for the homeless

TBS Partners

As an experienced real estate agent, Geoff Grist knows that his job is only one side of the issue. Teaming up with Vinnies CEO Sleepout, he's looking to invest in what he finds the most value in: people.

Glow: The '80s throwback to modern day issues

Glow: The '80s throwback to modern day issues

Matthew Reddin

Glow is as much about wrestling as Mad Men was about advertising. A black comedy that exposes not how far we've come, but how little we've changed.

TBS Boomers: Age, the prime number

TBS Boomers: Age, the prime number

Pete McBride

A Pulitzer-winning novel saw deeply into the problem with age. Wisdom is yours only after you've lived it. That being said, I've recently turned sixty and can look back, but also forward.

Anti-feminist women: The Misterhood of the Travelling Misogyny

Anti-feminist women: The Misterhood of the Travelling Misogyny

Shae Potter

The recent screening of The Red Pill exposed a subset of men's rights activists, women who are anti-feminist. The irony is that feminism gave them the opportunity to rail against it. Onward and upward, ladies.

While you were asleep: Google's historic fine, Trump's policy reversal, Merkel shows up Australia

While you were asleep: Google's historic fine, Trump's policy reversal, Merkel shows up Australia

TBS Newsbot

It's Wednesday. But not just any Wednesday, as Google faced a record ban, Donald Trump had a change of heart and Angela Merkel taught Auspol a bold lesson.

Census reveals divide between us and them, nothing more

Census reveals divide between us and them, nothing more

Brenton Moore

The Census data was telling, and the response of our elected officials more so. This week has been a week of reality checks, but hope lies in looking toward the future, and not fearing it.

Corbyn's Britain: The same June as it was under May

Corbyn's Britain: The same June as it was under May

Nick Harkaway

Jeremy Corbyn's poetic verse at Glastonbury spoke of the grand possibilities, however, amidst all this hope, the truth is harsher: nothing has changed.

Eyeless in Gaza: A corrective to a bias long overdue

Eyeless in Gaza: A corrective to a bias long overdue

Daniel Mandel

The truth behind the Gaza situation is often “what you've been told”. Rarely do we get an honest account of both sides. A pioneering Australian-lead doco looks to put the question of bias to bed.

Cloaking your footprint on Snapchat's new tracking feature

Cloaking your footprint on Snapchat's new tracking feature

Gordon Smith

Snapchat have released their new “Snap Map” feature, that may be used to track users. Beating the system is easy, but ultimately necessary.

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Post Manchester: Ariana’s grand crusade

Trisha de Borchgrave

While Britain obsesses about the aftermath of its general election, the tribute concert for the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack gave an insight into the young demographic that will count from now on and more than ever.

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The Rolf Harris trial: The courage to speak

Jane Caro

Rolf Harris is not the only one in the spotlight in his trial. Those who give evidence against him suffer their own shame, primarily from the collected media who want to know “why?”

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TBS Ten with…Akmal Saleh

TBS Muse

We spoke with Akmal about his upcoming tour, the importance of conspiracy theorists and his thoughts on the return of Pauline Hanson.

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