Archived publication for 2003
Only withdrawal of Australian aid will kick-start the reform process that PNG so desperately needs.
BP's re-badging to 'Beyond Petroleum' is a charade.
For a university that prides itself on being 'ethically sustainable', the ongoing saga at RMIT makes for very curious reading.
'Deception' is the only fitting word for the treatment of some of the evidence used in the most recent campaign about the Barriet Reef.
The new Luddites are winning the debate on issues such as GM food through a combination of money, fear and special privileges.
NGOs who do not share the values of Australia's foreign aid policy should simply not be supported by the taxpayer.
Yet again, the Good Reputation Index has proved itself to be deeply flawed. Perhaps it's time for those who participate in it to call it a day.
The history of Planet Earth viewed on a time-scale of 100s of millions of years make one think twice about the significance of climate changes in the last 100.
When reasoned defence of our successful institutions gives way to Chavinism and vested interests, the prospects for continuing reform are bleak.
Insufficient attention to preventive burning and the woeful consequences of Green activism were the recurring themes from the IPA's recent national conference.