The Saturday Paper
The Coalition’s war on the law
Final chapter in Adani loan deal
Christos Tsiolkas on Whitney Houston and Emily Dickinson
Ben Mendelsohn talks about his teen years in America
Jane Caro on how the new Gonski fails to do what it says
OMAR J. SAKR
Duterte’s Daesh deadline. Kurds could fight for Iraqi homeland. US hawks eye Iran forces in Syria. PNG elections begin.
FOOD: Ricotta dumplings with burnt butter, pine nuts and sage.
James Paterson. Cheng Jingye. Morgan Begg. David Weisbrot. Bill English.
BOOKS: Will Storr’s Selfie. Melanie Cheng’s Australia Day. Felicity Castagna’s No More Boats.
Terrorism and domestic violence.
Thomas Traill: Sumo wrestler.
Sicily’s refugee crisis.
LIFE: Craft beer in Paris.
The power politics of choice
Time to look within
Numbers tell another story
Vanstone’s views on advocates
Doctors doing their best
Majority not being heard
Spread the story
Missing the Pippins
Not funny, Peter
Felicity Castagna No More Boats
Melanie Cheng Australia Day
Ricotta dumplings with burnt butter, pine nuts and sage
This week’s highlights…
The Saturday Paper - 2017-06-17
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