Opinion

Sat 8 Aug 2020

'Beirut’s deadly disaster the result of woeful governance'

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Australian journalist Eliza Harvey says Beirut’s allure cannot hide the corruption that culminated in this week’s tragic explosion.

'Ruling casts doubt on police procedures'

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In setting aside guilty verdicts in a sex crimes case, the Court of Appeal has made some searing comments about police investigations, writes Des Houghton.

'Diva demands from WAGs in AFL hubs getting more absurd'

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The WAGs have their noses out of joint while getting their g-bangers out by the pool, claiming they’re being unfairly maligned, writes Alice Coster.

MAX CRUS: Not happy, Karen

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‘No, Karen take a chill pill or a stiff drink, get off your popular pedestal and join the rest of us.’

Fri 7 Aug 2020

'I was sacked on my first night on the job'

'I was sacked on my first night on the job'

When it comes to epic failures I’ve had a few, but most pale in comparison to my career as a waiter when I was sacked during my first shift, writes Phil Brown.

'Turns out we’ve all been given the wrong star sign'

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If you’ve always wanted to be a sexy Scorpio instead of a whimsical Pisces, now’s your chance. Frances Whiting breaks down the 13th star sign.

'Premier needs to find a way to keep people in jobs'

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The premier warns a second wave of coronavirus would cost our economy $4.8 billion but she needs to do more, writes the Courier Mail editor.

The other pandemic gripping Australia

The other pandemic gripping Australia

Forget the coronavirus – there’s another much more insidious pandemic that has emerged from the darkness and swiftly spread in Australia.

EDITORIAL: Dismissing drug trends does more damage

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Getting them ‘off the streets’ is only half the battle

‘The 9 men I avoid on dating apps’

‘The 9 men I avoid on dating apps’

Sydney radio producer Jana Hocking has reeled off a list of men that aren’t even worth a swipe.

Looking at life through lens of passive violence

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Are you committing one of the seven social sins?

Stoic wisdom brings ancient tools to fight new virus

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The core values of Stoicism are simple but valuable tools in the fight against the health and social effects of COVID-19, writes Caroline Hutchinson

Thu 6 Aug 2020

How deceptive travellers squashed border compromise

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The horror unfolding in Victoria, and the actions of returning residents reluctant to be upfront about their travels, made closing the border to NSW and the ACT...

Gleeson: Stop teaching kids about the climate change catastrophe

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The ‘loony left’ have hijacked the climate debate, and now we’re teaching climate change activism to young kids.

What it’s really like to get a COVID test

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After a quick wipe of the back of my throat, it goes up my nose. SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR INSIDE LOOK AT COVID TESTING

Wed 5 Aug 2020

Qantas boss reveals incredible opportunity for Gold Coast

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Qantas boss Alan Joyce has revealed an incredible opportunity awaiting the Gold Coast. But first we need to address one difficult issue, writes Keith Woods.

Safe Schools by any other name is just as rancid

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Despite years of Coalition governments, gender fluidity programs keep coming back to the classroom. Now Mark Latham is promising to do something about it, writes...

Tue 4 Aug 2020

What Gladys must do to save NSW

What Gladys must do to save NSW

It’s time to actually close the Victorian border and stop all flights from Melbourne, or impose strict quarantine, before it’s too late.

Minister’s head-in-the-sand on Schoolies

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As the second wave of COVID-19 hits Victoria and NSW, and Queensland battles its own mini-outbreak, surely Schoolies can’t possibly go ahead?

'In hospital struggling to breathe’

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Healthy 24-year-old Kasey Wilkins couldn’t believe she ended up in hospital gasping for breath. READ HER GUT-WRENCHING STORY

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