Australian Way of Life

The Question Of Simplicity

The vote for an indigenous voice has been made easy but what powers it eventually has are still unclear Anthony Albanese should be commended for keeping the referendum question that…

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Ramping Up Our Coal And Gas Production Is The Only Way To Power Australia While We Get Over Our Nuclear Energy Hang-up

Refurbishing our coal plants to extend their working life, scrapping the renewable energy target and increasing gas exploration is the simplest solution to Australia’s power demands in the immediate years…

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IPA Report: Debt Repayments To Quadruple By 2030

“The consequences of years of reckless government spending is set to be multiplied as rapidly rising interest rates will cause an explosion to the federal government’s debt repayment obligations,” said…

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Undoing Australia

The University of Melbourne is training revolutionaries to dismantle the nation Back in 2017, the University of Sydney launched a campaign to ‘unlearn’ education. In 2022, the University of Melbourne…

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Age Pensioners Key To Solving Australia’s Labour Crunch

Featured Image Credit: Dean Alston/The West Australian I used to work at a community newspaper where I met some pretty interesting characters. One of the particularly eccentric ones among a group…

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The War On Motherhood

Women have come a long way in the struggle for equality in society, but what started as a noble project has been hijacked to fuel the grievance industry. Big business…

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Code Red Over Code Rainbow

Ambulance Victoria is in crisis. In 2022, it has already had seven code reds and we are just over halfway through the year. Fixing the lack of ambulances should be…

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Shadows Over Parliament

Action is needed to uphold the Bill of Rights’ intent to keep the courts out of parliament, argues former Liberal Democrats senator David Leyonhjelm. In the English-speaking world, members of…

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Poll: Australia’s Great Energy Crisis

“Australians want new coal-fired power stations built to ensure they have access to reliable and affordable electricity as the Great Energy Crisis continues to engulf the nation,” said Daniel Wild,…

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Yarra Council Continues To Take The Prize For Australia’s Most Woke Council

You would think that they’d be more focused on their own issues. Yet the council continues to push forward with its painfully woke agenda instead. No matter the time of…

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COVID Protest Hypocrisy Remains Endemic In Victoria

“With Victoria Police reportedly withdrawing charges against BLM protest organisers, the principle should be extended to all those who peacefully exercised their democratic right to protest,” said Morgan Begg, Director…

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Time To Help Students Pledge Their Loyalty

Teaching young Australians to be active and informed citizens should be at the heart of our education system. Indeed, the document that paved the way for the National Curriculum –…

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So, What Makes Australia A home?

Democracy, the rule of law and freedom of speech might all be ideals originating in Europe, but the legacy of the history and tradition of “the West” is today in…

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The Measure Of Liberty

If Australians knew more of how political and economic liberty defeated pessimism and poverty, they’d be more prepared to fight for it now, write IPA Adjunct Fellow Brad Bowden and…

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Poll: Australians Want To Hit The Pause Button On Net Zero

“Australia’s deepening energy crisis of chronic supply shortages and skyrocketing prices is a direct and immediate result of the policy of net zero emission by 2050, and Australian’s want to…

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1770 And All That – Why Renaming Cook Cup Is Wrong

The Rugby Football Union and Rugby Australia’s joint decision this month to rename the Cook Cup the Ella-Mobbs Trophy is not only pointless virtue signalling but also a gross misrepresentation…

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The Poems That Made Us

Our poets made a unique contribution to Australian nationhood, and on quality alone deserve to be celebrated, writes literary critic PETER CRAVEN. Australian poetry occupies a strange position in Australian…

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The Anti-Australian Behaviour Of Bandt and Thorpe

Why anybody is surprised that Senator Lidia Thorpe’s admission that she became a senator to “infiltrate the colonial project” is, in itself, surprising. The same goes for the reaction to…

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