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ABC | 5/28/2017
I can't really put my finger on the precise moment I embraced my own male mediocrity. It was more a dawning realisation.
Be it striding confidently onto stage to deliver a lecture with minimal preparation, having the sheer audacity to think I can pull off live TV or radio, or even sharing my thoughts with you here, its warm embrace is always with me.
The Age | 5/24/2017
The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet paid $1.3 million through recruitment firms to the company at the centre of what is allegedly one of the largest tax frauds in Australian history, a Senate estimates committee has heard.
Kelly Hughes | 5/23/2017
As the horror of the Manchestor attacks begin to unfold, the Islamic State of Syria (ISIS) claims responsiblity for the senseless act of violence.
The attack has killed 22 people and injured 59, with children among the dead.
New Matilda | 5/21/2017
The hunt for the Wikileaks founder has been a brutal and corrupt assault on freedom of speech from the beginning, writes John Pilger.
Julian Assange has been vindicated because the Swedish case against him was corrupt. The prosecutor, Marianne Ny, obstructed justice and should be prosecuted. Her obsession with Assange not only embarrassed her colleagues and the judiciary but exposed the Swedish state’s collusion with the United States in its crimes of war and “rendition”.
AFR | 5/17/2017
Michael Cranston's illustrious 35-year career at the Trax Office suffered a major blow when he learned his son had been arrested over his involvement in one of the country's biggest white-collar crimes.