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I Hate Adani and You Can Too

By Bella Olsson I’ll be honest with you – when I first heard that an enormous, foreign owned, emissions-spewing, water-contaminating coal mine was being proposed for central Queensland, my initial reaction was, “This sounds like a truly awful idea that will drive the Great Barrier Reef into the grave, drastically …

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Honey I … Am Stupidly Impressed by the Kids

Honey I ... Am Stupidly Impressed by the Kids

By Shivika Gupta Photos by Iain Salvador   “I’m not adding anything new to the conversation” is an existential fear entertained by Tilly Lawless, but also most self-aware and driven people. How can we possibly expect to be #original and #agile and #innovative when we have such a bulk of …

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In Conversation With: Jamila Rizvi

In Conversation With: Jamila Rizvi

By Brittney Rigby, Managing Editor   Jamila Rizvi is a host, interviewer and commentator. She’s been a Kevin Rudd staffer, policy advisor to Minister Kate Ellis, and Editor-in-Chief of Mamamia. And in June, she added author to her already-impressive LinkedIn profile when her debut book, Not Just Lucky, hit stands. …

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at fault

By Anonymous   CW: mental health, suicide   By its very nature, this passage is arrogant. Introspectiveness is a form of hubris. And whilst it’s important to be reflective, it is equally important that I do not share my reflections with others – or consider my own self for too …

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Challenging the Conservative Paradigm

By Jordan Daly   Facts: Trump won, Brexit won, Turnbull won. Pauline Hanson is back, media reporting is piss-poor and most importantly, Rage Against the Machine hasn’t released a good album in almost 20 years. The fights haven’t changed, people haven’t changed but middle Australia seems to have tuned out. …

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