Each year, the elite descend upon Davos to shape the world as they see it. Usually, it is a raucous, diplomatic affair. This year, however, was entirely different.
Kerri-Anne Kennerley made waves this week after her comments on aboriginal society. Lasting change, however, is far more complex than one inflammatory remark.
Gladys Berejiklian, we are people. And we the people demand pill testing to be rolled out across NSW. We’ll keep saying the same until you hear us.
In the wake of the Gillette ad, the term “toxic masculinity” has been thrown around, but I’m not entirely sure we know what we’re talking about.
The new year is here, and just like the rest of us, our politicians have high hopes for 2019. Here’s what they hope to accomplish in the coming year.
It is a time to come together, but for those who don’t fit, the holiday season is a Sisyphean slog. To those people, I see you. I feel you.
Confronting America’s deeper issues means looking at it through its fragility, rather than the superpower status it cultivates.
While both sides of the government saying sorry to the victims of child sexual abuse, they must now act on it. No longer will the people tolerate a Royal Commission and a speech.
Recently, I was pressed on my views about Manus and Nauru. Having recently seen the other side of people smuggling in Syria, I know that those for Manus are against logic and decency.
The inability to find a park close to their station is something all commuters unfortunately face. Good government means solving this problem.
This week, we saw the people stand against the commercialisation of the Opera House. But one must believe that was a battle, in a war that still rages.
While I applaud the Morrison government for rethinking education funding, this should represent the first step, not the last.
This week, the Coalition announced that they will not be pursuing a renewable energy target beyond 2020. This flies in the face of both logic and the realities we face.
Despite the higher fines and the measures this government has introduced, the responsibility to help our farmers lies with every Australian.
Women are subject to behavioural expectations. If we don’t hold our anger, we’re viewed as “hysterical” or “out of control”, not worthy of what we seek. Serena Williams is merely the latest example of it.
The inadvertent miscounting the amount of drug crime is concerning. Not for the error, but for the amount of money and time they’ve wasted fighting this “epidemic” over the last eight years.
I was fortunate enough to be stuck in the same airport terminal with Germaine Greer. So we got to talking, about rape, about gender and about giving up.
Scott Morrison has vowed to handle it internally, but the bullying during the spill that placed him in power should be openly discussed in the public forum.
I see it every day in this country, in the matter of gender, one invariably blames the other. I suggest we all start being responsible for our own actions.
Our new Energy Minister is the man behind the NEG’s collapse, and a firm denier of climate change. There might be new faces at the top, but the message remains the same.
There has been $9 billion worth of crowd land sold under the NSW government. The waterfront Woy Woy property selling for $38,000 is just the tip of a very questionable iceberg.