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'Delay and repackaging': No sign of Morrison's $100m recycling fund

0 Days ago Politics Source: Smh.com.au

Labor has accused the Coalition of being 'all talk and no action' on dealing with our mountains of waste.  read more

Adelaide is moving into the 'grey zone', and there's one thing that could fix it

0 Days ago Politics Source: Abc.net.au

With its ageing population, experts are warning Adelaide is entering the 'grey zone' and starting to resemble a regional town. But there is one solution that could put it back on track. read more

Anti-politics from the inside

1 Day ago Politics Source: Johnquiggin.com

There have always been lots of people who saw nothing in politics except a bunch of windbags scoring points off each other. And a year or two back, there was a thing called anti-politics which attempted to give some kind of intellectual basis for... read more

Mapping Canberra's startup ecosystem

1 Day ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

I've had a continuing interest in start-up ecosystems across Australia, having been a member of several of these ecosystems & helping to mentor and support a range of start-ups over the years. I've maintained a Canberra ecosystem map for about... read more

Armidale Diaries 3 – the varying taste of lamb

1 Day ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Have you ever been to a blind tasting carried out to measure consumer reaction to different types of lamb? Certainly I hadn’t!It all came about because the University of New England needed volunteers for the tests, a lot of them. Normally with... read more

Iraq: A fight for freedom and national identity for all

1 Day ago Politics Source: Greenleft.org.au

anti-austerity corruption war Alex Bainbridge Louay Alzaher Issue  1248 Iraq 2019 Iraq protests December 7, 2019 Green Left Weekly’s Alex Bainbridge recently spoke to Louay Alzaher from the Brisbane Iraqi community about the catalysts for... read more

We’ve already had Our Very Own Brexit

2 Days ago Politics Source: Clubtroppo.com.au

Cross posted from the Lowy Institute Blog. Instead of munching popcorn at the political theatre, citizens’ assemblies would give the community a chance to reflect. In what we now see in retrospect as something of a political “golden age” – …... read more

Galea’s conviction is welcome but not enough

2 Days ago Politics Source: Greenleft.org.au

far-right extremism racism Sue Bolton Issue  1248 Australia Moreland City Council anti-racism Melbourne December 6, 2019 On December 5, far-right extremist Phillip Galea was convicted of carrying out acts in preparation for, or planning,... read more