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January 2014

It’s a familiar pattern. Take the recent surge in stories of alcohol-related incidents with tragic endings; add an overwhelming amount of pressure from state media outlets, and it’s only a matter of time before Parliament must act. Last week, NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell completed the moral

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Every year, a week or two before January 26th rolls around, my face begins to uncontrollably tighten into a cringe that lasts until supermarkets stop selling Union Jack bumbags, bikinis or historically shady t-shirts. Up there with ANZAC Day, Sydney to Hobart Day (otherwise known as

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