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Catholic women, including nuns, are getting impatient with Pope Francis, who embraces groups such as gays, immigrants and divorced people, but is refusing to allow women to occupy leadership positions in the Catholic Church. Writes Kristina Keneally
The Abbott government’s strict approach to not reappointing Labor appointees to government boards was causing plenty of grief even before the expiration of Kerry Stokes’s term as a director of the Australian War Memorial, reports Karen Middleton.
A Broadway musical that takes the vernacular of the streets, music from hip-hop to jazz and a multi-racial cast that looks like America to tell the story of founding father Alexander Hamilton is breaking all records, reports David Hay.
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Donald Trump could be Hillary Clinton’s best asset16 August, 2015Tweet ShareTOTAL SHARES 0By Anne Summers Illustration by Michael Mucci Women who want to retain their right to abortion, and the men who agree with them, should be hoping for Trump to ensure that Hillary Clinton wins in 2016 Talk about hypocrisy. Conservative Republicans in the US piled on Donald Trump for his…
Lame duck President takes flight while we watch on27 July, 2015Tweet ShareTOTAL SHARES 4By Anne Summers. Illustration by Simon Bosch. There’s a very strange thing happening in American politics and I’m not talking about Donald Trump. Rather, it is the way that so many Americans are now taking a second, and more favourable, look at their President. After seven bruising years in the job, and struggling –…
Debt needs to be cut for economies to rebound11 July, 2015Tweet ShareTOTAL SHARES 87 By Anne Summers Illustration: Dionne Gaine Consider this scenario. The economy has shrunk by 10 per cent;unemployment is 31 per cent; the government can’t pay its public servants and so defaults on its foreign debt. Sound familiar? Greece 2015. Right? Wrong. We are talking New South Wales. 1932. On 29…
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