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Covid In Africa

This article is written by Dr Doug Mitchell for the IPA. With the worst of the pandemic subsiding, attention has slowly shifted to government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, in…

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A Land Of Droughts And Flooding Rains: Forecasting Rainfall At Long Lead Times

The IPA has today released a new research paper by Senior Fellow, Dr John Abbot, highlighting the recurrent patterns of drought and flooding rains in Australia – challenging claims that…

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Highest Tide On Falling Sea Levels In Noosa

I live by the sea and like walking along the coastline including scrambling over the rock ledges in Noosa National Park. All the way from Noosa to Sydney it is…

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Collected hits for an Australian cultural canon worth celebrating

It’s to the credit of the Institute of Public Affairs that it is interested in the idea of an Australian canon and it would be a mistake to see the...
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It’s Only Natural

This article from the Summer 2020 edition of the IPA Review is written by German chemistry professor and environmentalist, Fritz Vahrenholt. Sometimes you have to go up in the air…

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Costing An Arm and a Leg

This article from the Spring 2020 edition of the IPA Review is written by Private Health Australia’s Policy and Research Director, Ben Harris. If you want to know why private health…

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The Best Kind of Environment

This article from the Spring 2020 edition of the IPA Review is written by IPA Adjunct Fellow, Matthew Lesh. Environmental catchcries of the early 21st century are apocalyptic: “Billions of…

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Modelling Finds COVID Elimination Strategy Equal To Entire Health, Defence, Education and Welfare Spend Combined

Economic modelling in a new report released today by the free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs has found that the COVID-19 elimination strategy adopted by Commonwealth and…

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Fire and Blame

This article from the Winter 2020 edition of the IPA Review is written by bushfire expert Dr Christine Finlay.* As bushfires peaked in the Australian summer of 2019-20, we heard…

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Holding the ABC to Account for Staff-led, Taxpayer-funded Climate Activism

If there are concerns with the quality of journalism in Australia perhaps the AMCA could start by investigating the ABC given that less than one-third of Australians believe the ABC…

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The Guardian’s Attempted Smear of the IPA Proves Accuracy of Research

In the April edition of this newsletter I wrote about Cian Hussey’s research which found that federal environmental regulation had increased by 445 per cent since the year 2000. Following…

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“It Is Critical That State Borders Are Reopened Immediately”

A daily email by free market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs, providing the latest economic data and policy measures for journalists, commentators and IPA members. Daily IPA comment,…

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