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The Danish city of Aarhus pioneers a new program to counter the rise of home-grown terrorists by getting to potential fighters before they leave Denmark—and supporting those who return, writes Paola Totaro.
YouTube offers teenagers the chance to learn, perform, campaign or just show off, writes Samantha Trenoweth.
The Royal Commission established by the Gillard government to report on and redress the horrifyingly sexual abuse of children in the care of churches and other institutions, knew it would need to provide counselling to those who testified-as well as those who heard the stories. Juliette Saly reports.
The country deemed the world’s official happiest two years running is not such a cheery place after all, reports Jeni Porter from Copenhagen.
Gallery: Cressida Campbell
RENUNCULUS WITH INDIAN CLOTH Woodblock, watercolour on carved plywood, 2010
STILL LIFE WITH KNIFE AND BUTTERFLY Woodblock, 2005
PERSIMMONS AND SILK Woodblock, 1997
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 85 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…
Abbott walks in the footsteps of his political godfather27 June, 2015Tweet ShareTOTAL SHARES 309By Anne Summers Illustration: Simon Letch The similarities between Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s efforts to counter terrorism and those of his predecessor in the 1950s, Robert Menzies, to ban the Communist Party. The parallels between Tony Abbott’s bid to strip dual-nationality alleged terrorists of their Australian citizenship and those of…
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