Sex has become devalued in recent decades, which leads to a devaluing and diminishment of sexual manners and attitudes — and now we see the sad results, writes Louise Roberts.
Mathias Cormann sees his candidacy for OECD secretary-general as a bridge between Europe and an expanding Indo-Pacific region.
Lanai ScarrFederal Political Editor
Squalor, sexual abuse, neglect, humiliation and starvation. Standards of ‘care’ so appalling that residents long for death.
As he prepares to hosts his fifth Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Joel Creasey reflects on why the event is more special than ever.
Last weekend, once again admiring the efforts of the 2500 competitors who had just tackled 20km of swells for the Rottnest swim, I opened the go-to book for hopeful ocean swimmers — in 1866.
As a society we have endured full-scale crisis management and from the big end of town to solopreneurs a cultural shift is emerging as a result.
WA’s cultural output makes a tantalising export prospect for whenever our borders reopen to the world.
A society can be judged by the way it treats its most vulnerable members. So why does Australia treat its older people as expensive and inconvenient burden, to be looked after as cheaply as possible?
The destruction of Aboriginal land by two of the country’s biggest miners, as well as last year’s Juukan Gorge disaster, is a tragedy we should all mourn. Here’s why the Heritage Act must change.
WHY should 240,000 Territorians not be allowed the same rights as more than 97 per cent of Australians? It’s a question that Territorians have been grappling with for 24 years
They rubbish humanities, despite most of them having arts degrees, they whinge about welfare but have always been able to afford milk. No wonder they couldn’t keep their offices safe for their staff.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
NT POLICE top brass need their heads read for commissioning another season of the fly-on-the-wall television series, Territory Cops, writes Greg Thomson
GREG THOMSON, Opinion
Hundreds of thousands of Victorians remain on JobKeeper but many may be left without work, writes Sophie Elsworth.
Some things are so valuable, they are worth keeping forever. Some things are ... not. The trick is knowing the difference.
Tiger Woods has clawed back from adversity more than once and there are some inspiring comeback stories he can draw hope from in his rehabilitation. Read them here.
Landslide victory or not, political life will get harder for Mark McGowan. The expectations of the WA public will increase when COVID-19 doesn’t dominate our lives.
Mark McGowan has been an exceptional leader over the past year. He deserves to win, handsomely, next month’s election. I still hope he quits afterwards.
Ben HarveyChief Reporter
A horse is a horse and its biological gender is what’s critical, not what the nag identifies as. Why are humans any different, asks Piers Akerman.
MP Nicolle Flint’s intention to exit politics should sound a warning bell to the Liberal Party, whose shift to the left is alienating conservative voters, writes Peta Credlin.
If Fremantle is going to be a global hub for cinema, it needs stories to bring to the big screen. Here are a few suggestions.
Belle TaylorPLAY Magazine Editor
Parliament House’s corridors are lined with political wannabes who think nothing of destroying another person’s reputation and the system is set up to let them get away with it, writes Vikki Campion.
I understand the strategy and can appreciate the reason the call was made, but if I was in Zak Kirkup’s shoes I wouldn’t have gone with the ‘we know we can’t win’ line, writes Basil Zempilas.
Basil ZempilasSeven News Sports Presenter
Overwhelming evidence points to the value of early learning, both to the developing brains of babies and young children and the economy. But what value do we place on the educators themselves?
Queensland has shown some bad behaviour during this pandemic, but none worse than its refusal to pay its $30 million debt to NSW for hotel quarantine for its citizens.
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