Opinion

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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.

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While homelessness is becoming more visible, it is not new in affluent societies like Australia, writes Anne O'Brien. 

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If you're abused by a stranger in the street, there's help available. It shouldn't be any different online, write Nicole Vincent and Emma Jane.

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A national constitutional convention is the best way to determine whether a proposed Indigenous advisory body can unify the nation, writes George Williams.

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Women on the internet have become accustomed to vicious name-calling. But Emma A. Jane and Nicole Vincent say it's time women started reporting such cyber abuse to police.

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There’s been a resurgence of more inclusive forms of drag culture in Australia, and new kings are taking the stage.

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The Referendum Council’s report is the conclusion of 18 months of consultation and discussion, including six months of regional dialogues with Indigenous people.

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With thousands of people sleeping rough in our major cities each night, vacant ‘ghost’ apartments are a source of public outrage, writes Hal Pawson.

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Leaked defence force documents allege Australian special forces soldiers in Afghanistan committed acts such as possible unlawful killings. If the allegations are found to be true, how could those involved be charged and prosecuted?

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Of the four people central to secondary school students’ learning and achievement: the student, the parent (or carer), the teacher, and the peers, without question the most influential is the student, writes Andrew Martin.

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