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Are Australians ready to embrace libertarianism?

This article is the third in a five-part series on the battle for conservative hearts and minds in Australian politics. Read part one here and part two here. How much influence does libertarianism have on Australian politics? The first thing to know is that the...

Just not cricket: why ball tampering is cheating

Australian cricket is engulfed in scandal after TV cameras caught Cameron Bancroft attempting to manipulate the condition of the ball during the team’s third Test match against South Africa. Bancroft and the Australian captain, Steve Smith, subsequently admitted to...

Cricketer ‘must go’ over ball-tamper row

Smith first captained Australia in December 2014, and took the role full-time when Michael Clarke retired after the 2015 Ashes in England Australia captain Steve Smith must be immediately removed from his role over the ball-tampering row in South Africa, an Australian...
Quolls back from brink and out in the wild

Quolls back from brink and out in the wild

Eastern quoll reintroduced to mainland Australia 15 March 2018 Image copyright WWF Australia Image caption The eastern quolls have been fitted with GPS tracking devices A species of marsupial, the eastern quoll, has returned to the wild in mainland Australia for the...

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