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  • Society


    Paul Barnes |  April 26, 2019

    Defence and security will always make Darwin a priority from a national perspective but, as our northernmost capital city, different ideas to make the city more economically resilient need to be supported.

  • Politics and Policy

    The ‘ball tampering’ budget trick they don’t want you to know about

    Richard Holden |  April 26, 2019

    When the Australian cricket team got caught in a ball-tampering racket, the Captain and Vice Captain were banned for a year. Our politicians do something similar, by making promises and hiding how those promises will be paid for, but somehow receive a pass.?

  • International

    Will Australia gain or suffer from Britain’s Brexit morass?

    Alan Oxley |  April 26, 2019

    The United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union may eventually present opportunities for Australia. But, while much will depend upon the shape of the final withdrawal agreement, there are measures Australia could take now to develop future opportunities.

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