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The men who made Don Dale
Lines drawn in new IR fight
MAXINE BENEBA CLARKE
Last Week’s Cryptic
“I am also pleased that the government will rein in the Australian Human Rights Commission which has morphed into self-appointed thought police.” – Eric Abetz
“I get a travel allowance, others get penalty rates – it’s part of the package.” – Michael McCormack
“There were times when I would sit in a corner and cry because I felt so ashamed.” – Jacqui Lambie
“You won’t believe me ... he was playing with his dog.” – Nathan Buckley
“Being attacked by animals doesn’t really do it for me.” – Sophie Paterson
“There is an infinite scream inside of me, and I can’t hold it in anymore.” – Pari
Westminster attack. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visits
Malcolm Turnbull and George Brandis.
BOOKS: Nicole Sinclair’s Bloodlines.
FOOD: Beef tartare, tarragon mayonnaise and fried anchovy. Andrew McConnell
PORTRAIT: Maxine Beneba Clarke
Turkey’s anti-Gülen campaign. Hamish McDonald
The gas industry’s power play. Mike Seccombe
Brendon Ah Chee: AFL player. Jack Kerr
CITIES: Singapore. Vivienne Skinner
Editorial, Letters and Geoff Pryor’s cartoon.
Retraumatised by Towards Healing
Zero rating for Turnbull
Energy policy fails to enlighten
Calling out Bill Leak
Domestic violence deserves the attention
Adding to the climate’s problems
David Vann Bright Air Black
Ariel Levy The Rules Do Not Apply
Winning the cold raw
The Saturday Paper - 2017-03-18
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