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Energy Crisis Explained: “A Dangerous Storm”

By: Michael Crooks Threats of blackouts, energy prices soaring, and a minister pleading for people not to use their dishwashers – how did we get here?Australia’s east was plunged into an energy crisis last week, with newly minted Federal Energy Minister Chris Bowen calling it a...

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The Case For Keeping Religion in Politics

By: Stephen McAlpine, City Bible Forum Up until 1992 most Westerners would only have been familiar with Sarajevo, a city in what was then Yugoslavia, because it was home to the 1984 Winter Olympics. The Olympics is significant enough, but this was the first time the event was held in a communist...

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Where To Snag A ‘Democracy Sausage’ This Saturday

By: Steff Willis Even with all our differences, the one thing Australians can all agree on is the joy of the ‘Democracy Sausage’.The iconic sausage sizzle has been a part of Australia’s election days for years but the term ‘democracy sausage’ only became part of the...

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Time to Choose: Your Guide to Election 2022

By: Michael CrooksSharpen your pencils – the 45th Australian Federal Election is less than two weeks away. Australians will go to the polls on Saturday, May 21, to decide which party will be in government for the next three years.The Coalition of the Liberals and Nationals has been in power...

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COVID Self-Tests: Your New Way to Get a Result

By: Michael CrooksWith cases soaring and testing clinics being overrun, Australians are seeking the simpler – and perhaps safer – way to determine if they have COVID-19.But how easy is it to get your hands on a home-testing kit – known as a rapid antigen test (RAT)? How effective...

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Coronavirus: Call for Calm – Helpful Information

By: Clare BrucePrime Minister Scott Morrison is calling for calm over the coronavirus outbreak, since January 2020, as people strip supermarket shelves of food and toilet paper.“In Australia, it’s 38 cases — 21 of those who have had the virus have passed through the virus now and...

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