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Cahill Expressway does not have to be an eyesore
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Cahill Expressway does not have to be an eyesore

Instead of demolishing the Cahill Expressway, which is a vital piece of transport infrastructure, why not create the Hanging Gardens of Sydney.

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Dominic the demolisher a threat to our heritage
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Dominic the demolisher a threat to our heritage

How typically brazen of Dominic Perrottet to publish his views about architecture and heritage.

Not good enough, Premier, the rules apply to all of us
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Not good enough, Premier, the rules apply to all of us

Gladys Berejiklian's decision to ignore public health guidelines by failing to self-isolate after her COVID-19 test reveals a disturbing double standard.

JobSeeker benefits sky high for our man Cormann
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JobSeeker benefits sky high for our man Cormann

Why is Mathias Cormann being provided with RAAF transport around Europe to find new employment?

Hounding whistleblower major is now hypocritical
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Hounding whistleblower major is now hypocritical

The government has condemned the alleged war crimes by some soldiers of the ADF yet is still proceeding with the prosecution of whistleblower David McBride.

University sector and economy need student influx
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University sector and economy need student influx

Any proposal aimed at increasing the numbers of university students coming into Australia deserves consideration.

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Trading our morals to enter free market
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Trading our morals to enter free market

China is currently punishing us for acting independently and has succeeded in extending its border into the South China Sea.

Cusack pays the price for doing job
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Cusack pays the price for doing job

In voting against the amendments to the Local Land Services Act, Catherine Cusack was simply doing her job as a member of the Legislative Council.

White Bay another target for greedy wrecking crew
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White Bay another target for greedy wrecking crew

Why are heritage-listed buildings treated with such contempt by our unimaginative ministers?

Stamp duty may die but new tax may be worse
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Stamp duty may die but new tax may be worse

The NSW Treasurer has a tough job ahead selling his stamp duty reform.

$100 voucher a feel-good gimmick tied up in red tape
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$100 voucher a feel-good gimmick tied up in red tape

What a way to spend money; giving it away in such small amounts, it really does very little.