Problems with section 44 of the Constitution have absorbed a great deal of time, money and energy over the past year – politicians should now work towards genuine reform.
The share market jumped after Scott Morrison won the leadership, and for once the jump seems to mean something.
Attacks on neoliberalism, even for the right reasons, risk throwing out what is good about liberalism.
The High Court ruling this week with regards the eligibility of senator Katy Gallagher has severe implications for Australian politics.
It's time for a new discussion about the rules around privacy and politics in Australia, writes David Vaile, with the privacy interests of individuals front and centre.
The Jaquie Lambie Network's plan to fix the Tasmanian health system is vague at best and unlikely to make a difference, writes Helen Dickinson.
Seventy years after the death of Mahatma Gandhi, the man who led India to independence, award-winning Indian journalist Shoma Chaudhury will deliver UNSW's annual Gandhi Oration.
The French president's reception of Donald Trump, including a rendition of a Daft Punk anthem on the Paris thoroughfare, was a coup de grâce, as subtle as it was potent, writes Julie Louise Bacon.
BYO sequins for a panel discussion in Sydney on the political and cultural dimensions of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Technological and economic change is empowering a new group of people to push for greater access to opportunities, rights and protections, writes Lindy Edwards.