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Assisted dying bill is a victory for compassion and common sense
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Assisted dying bill is a victory for compassion and common sense

The passage of this controversial measure provides a clear indication that social attitudes are changing.

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Why the Morrison government does not deserve another term

Why the Morrison government does not deserve another term

The Herald shares Australia’s despondency – particularly at the lack of policy ambition from both sides.

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Both parties must commit to an inquiry into the pandemic

Both parties must commit to an inquiry into the pandemic

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he opposes lockdowns but only a royal commission will give Australians confidence that we will be ready the next time disaster strikes.

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If Morrison wins the election, he needs a new foreign minister

If Morrison wins the election, he needs a new foreign minister

Scott Morrison has felt the need to single out Marise Payne for praise. In fact, she has been a weak link.

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Superannuation pool has already been drained, PM
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Superannuation pool has already been drained, PM

The Coalition’s policy of allowing home buyers to access their super to buy a home is problematic in many ways.

Aspiring young buyers must have a voice in housing policy

Aspiring young buyers must have a voice in housing policy

Scott Morrison’s super-for-housing plan has drawn criticism, but the idea might appeal to first time home buyers

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Major parties must do better on protecting climate

Major parties must do better on protecting climate

Australians have the chance to cast a vote that will have enormous consequences for this urgent issue.

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Organised crime thrives because NSW cannot follow the money

Organised crime thrives because NSW cannot follow the money

A secret briefing by the NSW Assistant Commissioner of Police has thrown the spotlight on the gaping holes in money laundering legislation.

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The reef wants you to think about climate policy when you vote

The reef wants you to think about climate policy when you vote

Climate change policy should be one of the key issues for voters in this election and it is an issue where there is a significant difference between the two major parties.

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Minimum wage rise is needed but no substitute for real economic reform

Minimum wage rise is needed but no substitute for real economic reform

The problem is not the next annual wage case before the Fair Work Commission but the fact that real wages for all workers have barely risen in the past decade.

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The West must support Ukraine until Putin sees reason

The West must support Ukraine until Putin sees reason

The war in Ukraine is descending into a stalemate but only Ukraine can decide when to make peace.

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