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National Mining And Related Industries Day Reminds Us Of Sector’s Critical Role In Economy
22 November 2023

National Mining And Related Industries Day Reminds Us Of Sector’s Critical Role In Economy

“Australian mining is the backbone of our way of life, and without it we would not be the successful and prosperous nation we are today, with living standards that are the envy of the world,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. On National Mining and Related Industries Day, it is vital to recognise and
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Unifying An Immigrant Nation
12 December 2022

Unifying An Immigrant Nation

ccording to last year’s census for the first time in Australia’s history more than half our population was either born overseas or had an overseas-born parent. Australia has the second-highest proportion of foreign born residents in the developed world (after Luxembourg). In the United States 13.6 per cent are foreign-born, in the UK 13.7 per cent, and in Australia 29.9
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So, What Makes Australia A home?
30 June 2022

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 Australia either ignored or cancelled. Never has it been more important for Australians to have a sense of their nation’s identity and purpose, yet such a sense is now almost
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Poll: Young Australians Too Ashamed To Fight
31 March 2022

Poll: Young Australians Too Ashamed To Fight

“As a result of years of relentless attack on our values by the cultural and media elites, young Australians are now so ashamed of themselves and their country that they would rather flee Australia than stay and fight if the need arose,” said Daniel Wild, Director of Research at the Institute of Public Affairs. A survey commissioned by the Institute
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Parents Pushing Back Against Curriculum Flaws
11 February 2022

Parents Pushing Back Against Curriculum Flaws

All the critics of the radical new National Curriculum being foisted upon this country by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) have been proven right. Among them numbered this newspaper, which drew readers’ attention to many of the profound problems with the curriculum. Instead of making an official announcement about changes to the draft curriculum, last week ACARA
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History Littered With Good
26 January 2022

History Littered With Good

Use Australia Day to remember the many great achievements of our citizens over the course of time Contrary to what you might hear from members of the left-wing elites who regard their country with disdain, there is much to celebrate about this nation on January 26. Australia is a great democracy which we should appreciate. People come to Australia from
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