The Saturday Paper
Banks given ‘Neddy Smith’ green light
Comey, Trump and the Hillary emails
MUSIC “When someone calls you racist, what they are saying is, ‘Hmm, you actually have a point, and I don’t know how to answer it.’ ”
DEPORTATION “How exactly can someone pretend to ‘be Jamaican’ when they are British and have lived here all their lives?”
HUMOUR “It stayed with me, that I’ve never seen him laugh. Not in public, not in private.”
GENDER “I would never knowingly put in place a gender manipulation programme pretending to be about anti-bullying.”
POLITICS “I’m not Santa Claus.”
MEDICINE “It’s time Australia joined them and legalised cannabis for adult use.”
BOOKS: Gail Jones’s The Death of Noah Glass. Gregory Day’s A Sand Archive. Clemantine Wamariya’s The Girl Who Smiled Beads.
Malcolm and Lucy Turnbull. Mike Seccombe. Pamela Curr. Ray Hadley. Tony Abbott.
Syria and Russia dig in over chemical attacks. James Comey on press tour.
Turnbull and the cabinet war room.
Mining leases and native title.
Rhiannan Iffland: Cliff diver.
Mungo MacCallum’s Cryptic
TRAVEL: Shetland Islands.
Follow the people’s action
Cruel and unusual punishment
Focusing on food waste will help
South Pacific security
Pulling police into line
The PM and Paul Bongiorno
The PM and Jason Phu
A milestone birthday
Clemantine Wamariya The Girl Who Smiled Beads
Gregory Day A Sand Archive
Potato gnocchi with brussels sprouts, hazelnuts and kaiserfleisch
This week’s highlights…
The Saturday Paper - 2018-04-14
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