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Dialogue

Dialogue

Gene Pratt, the Hanzac Guardian

It is appropriate on this day that a HANZAC Painting was delivered. In 1942, the Battle of Greece and Crete was at its climax and the ANZACs were fighting for …

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Russia and China: Fighting on two fronts

Luciano Bosso recently wrote, “Answers to complex questions often have to be sought in the classics” to which we can add, to understand war and strategy, one must read and …

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The grief of losing a pet is very real

We lost our dog Leo on 4 May, 2022. Leo the Jack Russel gave us fifteen years of unconditional love. He fit in the palm of my hand when I …

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Paper tigers: Many once safe Liberal and Labor seats have dwindled

Something changed on the weekend and it was not just a government. The results, right across much of this country, sent a strong message to the major parties. Traditional Liberal …

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Vangelis – as Thucydides once said “The whole earth is the sepulcher of famous men”

An Argonaut of the Cosmos, Vangelis Papathanassiou departed from this life, a modern Jason from the land of the Argonauts of “little Greece”. A land which has given birth to …

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Paper tigers: Many once safe Liberal and Labor seats have dwindled

Something changed on the weekend and it was not just a government. The results, right across much of this country, sent a strong message to the major parties. Traditional Liberal …

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Minimum wages and wage growth in Australia: The role of politics

Minimum wages have become an important issue in the 2022 Federal Elections. Back in early 1980s, Economics 101 was telling us that increasing minimum wages would most likely lead to …

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So much more to do to build a stronger future

At the start of the campaign, the first thing I said is that I love Australia. It’s a love shared by Australia’s multicultural communities – so many of whom I …

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Cutting through the hubris, ideologies, records and promises to decide?

Three days prior to the 2019 election I wrote that the choice was between a salesman, Scott Morrison, and a visionary, Bill Shorten. Australians decided to vote for Morrison and …

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Five things the next government should do

As we grind our way through the final week of the federal election, many voters are still making up their minds. While the polls indicate the election is there for …

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