The gap in work wage and performance at school still sadly stands. In fact, our moves up to this point have been focusing on the wrong people. Time to shift our focus.
With Prince Charles visiting our shores, I thought this would be an opportune moment to make a few things clear to him.
Back in November, comedian Matt Okine travelled to PNG to see the meaningful progress being made to combat the horrific culture of violence against women.
Michaelia Cash might be the latest example of it, but the general idea our ministers possess is that failure does not equate to removal from office.
With the oft-discussed sugar tax around the corner, the question is not when, but rather who should profit from it. I certainly know who shouldn’t.
In the 2018 edition of Davos great wars were promised against inequality, plutocracy and the rise of the machines, we left with great hope. But can we really expect progress?
The Aziz Ansari situation is beyond just that. It speaks of the larger issue, in how we’re quick to blame women and excuse men.
While we may be focusing on the notable purveyors of it, the truth is that sexual harassment has long been the norm, and the acceptable amount should be none.
We sat down with Sydney radio royalty, Jonesy, to discuss his desire to interview Donald Trump or charismatically run the diner in Summer Bay. Whatever comes first.
In the wake of the growing crisis on Manus Island, a collection of medical professionals have voiced their concerns about the health of those who remain.
The new media laws are set to raze the landscape, with old voices and new operating at an increasingly hysterical pitch. Their first target, our balanced public broadcasters.
In his latest effort, John Safran discovered radicals and sub-groups who all hate each other, but are somehow bonded by their negative obsession with his people.
I sat down with the peerless John Laws to discuss the enemies of the past, his hopes for the future, and the world beyond that. If you think the great man has mellowed with age, think again.
David Gonski reflects on education and Jewish values, his surprising celebrity, and the state of Israel with Plus61J Editor, Michael Visontay. Read the full interview here on Plus61J. A few years ago, David Gonski walked into a reception in a Sydney office block and passed a sign saying I give a Gonski. The woman…
To do it you simply write their name on a piece of paper and pop it in the freezer. It sounds ridiculous, but I don’t care.
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?”
Today we launch a brand-new section, TBS Boomers – a voice to the Baby Boomers of this land. To kick things off, we spoke with Australian television icon Tony Barber about the importance of luck, and what sage advice he’d give the teenage Tony.
Love, as they say, is a losing game, and that is never truer than on this particular day of the calendar. But it’s not all bad. “Attached” doesn’t necessarily mean “happy”, so well done, us losers!
The full effect of Trump’s twisting of language and facts may be felt overseas, as his governance tactics may surrender the ground won by democracy over the past half century.
It seems we can be forgiven after all for weeping over the deaths of celebrities we never meet. We mourn our own fragility, faced with the reminder that nobody can live forever.
How do you reverse a lousy year and enjoy Christmas? The Big Smoke looks to Australian pollies for Chrimbo inspo. What traditions do they treasure, and who will they spend the big day with?