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A Constitution in Crisis

By Phoebe Bates   Section 44 is a relic of a bygone era, a reminder of our deeply nationalistic, xenophobic and racist past. It was drafted by men who lived in a different Australia, an Australia that was genuinely paranoid about invasion and overthrow. In 2017, the language of section …

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The Ministry has Fallen

By Dominic Giannini   The ministry has fallen. ScoMo is dead. They are coming.   The Dark Lord Dutton has announced that he has taken over the Ministry of Magic Home Affairs. No longer will the impurity of muggles and refugees be allowed to mix and breed with the mainland …

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Justice for Elijah

Justice for Elijah

By Harry Holbrook Feature photograph by Holly Brooke   In August last year, a white man deliberately ran over and killed a 14-year-old Aboriginal boy. Elijah Doughty was riding a motorbike through the streets of Kalgoorlie when he was mowed down. The man alleges that the bike Elijah was riding …

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