On Line Opinion - Australia - 29 May 2006

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New Articles

Vulture Street story
This is a Brisbane story - a celebration for the life of Lionel Young - a story that lived and died on Vulture Street.
Society - Graham Young - posted 29/5/2006

A potted guide
Modernism and postmodernism: everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask.
The Arts - Margaret Sankey - posted 29/5/2006

Morality for a broken world
Condoms discussion in the Catholic Church returns to traditional moral norms.
Religion & Spirituality - Bill Uren - posted 29/5/2006

The economics of oofle dust
Counting up the true cost of uranium enrichment.
Environment - Chris Shaw - posted 29/5/2006

Sydneys forgotten pioneer
William Stanley Jevons deserves a place among Australia's most noted social scientists.
Nation Building - Peter Curson - posted 29/5/2006

Aboriginal culture: who wants it, who needs it?
Debates on Indigenous issues are bogged down in stereotypes.
Indigenous Affairs - John Morton - posted 26/5/2006

Smart moves
It is time for the outdated rhetoric about nuclear power to disappear and to concentrate on environmental risk management.
Environment - Andrew O'Neil and Haydon Manning - posted 26/5/2006

Privatising the Sunshine State
The GST bonanza appears to be over, so expect increased state taxes or more private service provision.
Domestic Politics - Des Moore - posted 26/5/2006

A school for serial killers
Our prisons remain shrouded in secrecy producing a criminal network of serial killers.
Society - Bernie Matthews - posted 26/5/2006

Power policy running on wind and sun
Labor party zealots such as Anthony Albanese and the Left have never had any real energy options.
Environment - Barry Cohen - posted 25/5/2006

Judging the judges
Australia should adopt US-style confirmation hearings for federal judges.
Law & Liberties - James McConvill - posted 25/5/2006

Cambodia finally gets its day in court
After 30 years, the Khmer Rouge Tribunal will soon hear evidence against those 'most responsible'.
International - Verghese Mathews - posted 25/5/2006

Lies and statistics
So much for egalitarianism, the super rich are back and getting richer.
Economics - Andrew Leigh - posted 25/5/2006

If you're white, you're right
Not a lot has changed over the last one hundred years: racism still persists in Australian society.
Indigenous Affairs - Stephen Hagan - posted 25/5/2006

Afghanistan's ugly truth
A country where women are not counted as human beings and are treated worse than cattle.
International - Mariam Rawi - posted 24/5/2006

Santa Claus budget fails to deliver for future
This big-taxing, big-spending government no longer represents economic reform.
Feature - Lindsay Tanner - posted 24/5/2006

The great bubble of China?
Without internal reforms, Chinas great power status may well be fleeting at best.
International - Mal Bozic - posted 24/5/2006

Some clouds on the rural landscape
An atmosphere of unreality pervades rural Australia in the face of some sobering economic statistics.
Economics - Ben Rees - posted 24/5/2006

Green v Mundine: more than just a boxing match
Boxing: its like life - brutal and beautiful at the same time.
Sport - Dave Smith - posted 24/5/2006

Is the ANZAC relationship dissolving into irrelevance?
A Single Economic Market between New Zealand and Australia should be no hindrance to the development of divergent foreign policies or cultural attitudes.
International - Graham Cooke - posted 23/5/2006

Hanging on to paradise
It is not too late to save some coastal land from development.
Environment - Peter Spearritt - posted 23/5/2006

We mustn't miss this very fast bus
There's a much better alternative to trains, trams and traffic.
Nation Building - David Hensher - posted 23/5/2006

Respecting children, not blaming parents
Communities should have more involvement in raising children when parents dont have the capacity to effectively do it themselves.
Society - Daniel Donahoo - posted 23/5/2006

Feminism and raunch culture
How should feminism respond to the sexing-up of femininity?
Society - Darlene Taylor - posted 23/5/2006

Working girls
The adage 'the rich get richer and the poor have children' has never been more true, particularly for women.
Society - Alison Wolf - posted 22/5/2006

Moral outrage
For Indigenous people once more it will be our white boots of moral outrage trampling them into the mud.
Indigenous Affairs - Barbara Biggs - posted 22/5/2006

Weird and wacky but not terribly scientific
It's not just humanities that have fallen victim to outcomes-based education.
Education - Kevin Donnelly - posted 22/5/2006

Defining a marriage
How constitutional are state-based civil union schemes?
Law & Liberties - Kerry Corke - posted 22/5/2006

Fobbing off our human rights responsibilities
Its time to stop using refugees as political pawns.
Domestic Politics - Adam Ferguson - posted 22/5/2006

Graham Young
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