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Close up: the government’s facial recognition plan could reveal more than...

Close up: the government's facial recognition plan could reveal more than just your identity Zapp Photo shutterstock. Jake Goldenfein, Swinburne University of Technology A Bill to set...

A cheat sheet for reading the federal budget

The budget papers aren’t so scary, if you know how to read them. Lukas Coch/AAP Phil Lewis, University of Canberra and Anne Garnett, Murdoch University The federal...


Big Coal

Book review: Big Coal Coal has become part of Australia’s economic landscape, and questioning it is difficult. Bill Collison Stuart Rosewarne, University of Sydney Burning coal is the...

FactCheck: GetUp! on the impact of US corporate tax cuts on...

Economic modelling produced by Victoria University’s Centre of Policy Studies (and of which I was an author) finds that despite stimulating growth in pre-tax...


‘Age of Sail’

***2018 OFFICIAL SELECTION VENICE FILM FESTIVAL*** Set on the open ocean in 1900, Age of Sail is the story of William Avery (voiced by Ian...




    Welcome to 2018! Sydney New Year’s Eve Fireworks

    Sydney argued with the weather and won Sydney’s stunning NYE 2017 fireworks spectacle Sydney celebrates New Years Eve 2018   Sydney has done what it does best with...

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