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Giving a Gonski

The Gonski Report’s radical recommendations meant that Gonski’s name entered the language as representing equity and excellence in education. So how did a wealthy merchant banker reach such conclusions?
Anne Summers reports

Cast of Mad Men

Covering culture

Mad Men and Women

Television series now give us what we used to expect from the movies: compelling narratives and complex characters that inhabit real, grownup worlds that, even where they are far beyond our own lives, we can all relate to, writes Sophie Cunningham.

Top reporting

Six. Every. Day.

We shy away from talking, and writing, about suicide, perhaps from fear we might incite people to take their lives, but this silence has meant we know little about who in Australia is most at risk of killing themselves, writes Marian Edmunds.

Art and design

Gold Standard

From October 2013 to April 2014 the exhibition of Elizabethan treasures known as the Cheapside Hoard drew huge crowds to the Museum of London.  It was found by chance one June day in 1912 when a rickety building at 30–32 Cheapside was demolished.
By Paula Weideger

Gallery: Leila Jeffreys

jay@issimomag.comHomePosted by Anne Summers on 02 February 2015