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How we think about water is a classic progress trap

Australia knows the challenges it needs to address to deal with the Murray – Darling basin but is caught up in existing paradigms around water usage and water rights, according to

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Call for arms

The impact of the generational shift in community leadership is celebrated.

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The return shall never happen

Jeana Vithoulkas explores the idea of Constantinople and recapturing the past.

The Spectacle of drama

Michael C. Scott reveals the stark difference between theatre in ancient Greece and today

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Senate: It’s a jump to the left

The 2010 half-Senate election has seen a dramatic shift in the political balance in the Senate from the right to the left

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The Milesians

Dr Nick Trakakis explores the Milesians in this week’s philosopher’s corner

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Just common sense

Fotis Kapetopoulos observes changes in Greece during his first trip back in ten years

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Glimpses of Greece: Dog of a life

Bill Mousoulis examines the stray dog problem in Athens

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Multicultural affairs cannot disappear

Pino Migliorino, chair of the Federation of Ethnic Communities’ Councils of Australia, on why “multicultural affairs” should not be left out of the Federal cabinet

Carrot pill anyone?

Medical pills found aboard an ancient Greek shipwreck provide insight into ancient treatments and complex trading networks