The Saturday Paper
Accounting trick frames reef grant
Fed govt ‘colludes’ to nobble Walker inquiry
Last Week’s Cryptic
MUSIC “I waited around all weekend while grimes coddled her boyfriend for being too stupid to know not to go on twitter while on acid.”
RACE “You know, I think that asking people where their forebears come from or commenting upon it is the height of bad manners.”
LAW “If a retraction and apology is not issued by close of business today, I will instruct my lawyers tomorrow.”
POLITICS “There has been no leaking, there has been no briefing against the government.”
BANKS “That’s right.”
RHETORIC “The simple fact is that this Leader of the Opposition is no Tom Cruise.”
Turkish lira collapses after Trump doubles trade tariffs. Joko Widodo names running mate. Youth protests in Bangladesh.
Nick Cater and Denis Hart. Sir John Downer. Nick Columb. V.S. Naipaul. Omarosa Manigault Newman.
BOOKS: George Megalogenis’s The Football Solution. Zoya Patel’s No Country Woman. Jarrah Dundler’s Hey Brother.
Justin Westhoff: Australian rules footballer.
Territory euthanasia bill defeated.
Bipartisanship on Rohingya intake.
FOOD: Artichokes à la barigoule.
The “Sky King” and white nationalism.
Fraser Anning and drawing the line.
LIFE: Pub-style gigs at home.
HEALTH: Social prescribing.
The myth of ‘keeping us safe’
Dutton simply perpetuates cruelty
Carrying the guilt for Manus and Nauru
Coalition fossils fuel resistance to change
Stay out of the schoolyard
Not a glutton for puns
Art is a door
Jarrah Dundler Hey Brother
Zoya Patel No Country Woman
Artichokes à la barigoule
This week’s highlights…
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