Australia should not be insecure about the disparate influences that have informed both the food that we eat, and the national identity that we share.
There are many reasons to be concerned about the decision to cut funding to the ABC
The death of Melbourne Cup favourite, Admire Rakti, was avoidable.
Following Tiananmen, China was in turmoil.
In the introduction to his book After Words, former Prime Minister Paul Keating recalled the words of German philosopher, Friedrich Schiller: “If man is ever to solve the problems of…
I recently had the opportunity to experience the Australian Chamber Orchestra playing Mahler and Sibelius at the Adelaide Town Hall.
The (true) sporting spirit.
The growing discontent over soaring inequality has risen to the surface of our national consciousness.
The election of Francois Mitterrand in 1981 was heralded as a triumph of a new style of politics – a politics that aspired to change lives.
Europe’s philosophic, aesthetic and political traditions once dominated our worldview.
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