The Saturday Paper
‘They took him from his home, and killed him…’
National cabinet counts intensive care beds
Morrison ministers duchessed over Beetaloo Basin
John Hewson joins the paper as a weekly columnist
Last week’s Cryptic
“Even Anzac Day is presented as a contested idea.”
“Christian Porter is … seeking a safeguard over this defence not because he owns it but because he doesn’t like what is in it.”
“So on that criteria, the mission, whatever may be said of it, has not been a failure.”
China and Russia foster ties with the Taliban. Jacinda Ardern opts for hard lockdown against Delta variant. Woman tells of her imprisonment by Chinese officials in Dubai.
Food: Preserved sardines and squid (conservas).
Australia frustrates patent waiver for vaccines.
Profile: Playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer.
Excited delirium and deaths in custody.
Books: Terri Janke’s True Tracks: Respecting Indigenous knowledge and culture.
Editorial, Letters and Jon Kudelka’s cartoon.
Sarah Walker’s The First Time I Thought I Was Dying.
Fashion: Toni Maticevski’s Pre-fall 21.
Health: Children with long Covid.
Scott Morrison, late responder.
Music: Lorde’s Solar Power.
The Influence: Mitch Cairns.
Film: MIFF Play.
Similar treatment for veterans
At the tipping point on climate
How to save the Earth
Counting the cost
Losing Gadfly’s sting
The faces of the NDIS cuts
The Saturday Paper - 2021-08-14
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