Opinion

Sat 27 Jun 2020

Pay attention millennials, this isn’t bullying, it’s life

premium_icon Pay attention millennials, this isn’t bullying, it’s life

If last century we had the Roaring Twenties, this century we are basking in the Entitled Twenties. And the cancel culture acts of millennials are only making it...

The ultimate code war and a chance to end age old debate

premium_icon The ultimate code war and a chance to end age old debate

As a player I often wondered what it might be like to face the Wallabies. Today’s Kangaroos may now get the chance to scratch that itch against one of the most iconic...

100 crucial days for Meghan and Harry

100 crucial days for Meghan and Harry

As the rest of the royals emerge from lockdown, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex face a critical time that could have repercussions, writes Daniela Elser

Fri 26 Jun 2020

World Cup first step for next Aussie Olympics

premium_icon World Cup first step for next Aussie Olympics

Winning the Women’s Football World Cup is the beginning. But there are two big obstacles in the bid to host the 2032 Olympics, writes Robert Craddock.

Cleaner future in sight — if we listen to the scientists

premium_icon Cleaner future in sight — if we listen to the scientists

If we listen to scientists and work together, the country can reap the benefits of renewables jobs and growth, writes Australian Opposition Leader

My bad. I just watched Gone with the Wind and you should too

premium_icon My bad. I just watched Gone with the Wind and you should too

The cinema classic Gone with the Wind has been making headlines again for all the wrong reasons. So I re-watched it and this is why you should do so too

Why being a meat-free athlete is just common sense

premium_icon Why being a meat-free athlete is just common sense

It’s not just bodybuilders going vegan, some of our biggest name cricketers and footballers are also joining the ranks. And why wouldn't you?

Statue vandals desperately need a history lesson

premium_icon Statue vandals desperately need a history lesson

You don’t address the injustices of history or modern day deprivation by running around with a texta defacing statues — especially when they have nothing to do with...

Thu 25 Jun 2020

‘Rich men don’t make good lovers’

‘Rich men don’t make good lovers’

Men with money who want to settle down are known as 'unicorns' but Jana Hocking has confessed they aren’t always all they’re cracked up to be.

Proof Scott Morrison really doesn’t get it

Proof Scott Morrison really doesn’t get it

Scott Morrison may have thought he was a hero for handing out a $250 million package. But what he said screams volumes about what he values, writes Wenlei Ma.

‘Let’s leave’: Moment Meghan wanted to leave Charles' party

‘Let’s leave’: Moment Meghan wanted to leave Charles' party

Daniela Elser says Meghan Markle desperately wanted to leave Charles’ 70th birthday party telling Prince Harry, 'we’ve done our bit'.

Sam Armytage is engaged, but still can’t escape the gossip

premium_icon Sam Armytage is engaged, but still can’t escape the gossip

You’d think the newly-engaged Samantha Armytage could finally get some respite from unfair headlines, but finding her happily ever after has only fanned the flames.

Why it’s time to cancel ‘cancel culture’

premium_icon Why it’s time to cancel ‘cancel culture’

For all the talk of trying to unpick and tear down “structural racism”, no amount of renaming lollies or changing chess rules will do anyone one bit of good, writes...

When geeks rule the world, you’ll all miss the arts students

premium_icon When geeks rule the world, you’ll all miss the arts students

Hard sciences are glorious and essential, but when the geeks and robots rule the world, you’ll all be craving the curiosity, creativity and critical thinking of...

Wed 24 Jun 2020

'Enough with the closed borders, Queensland must reopen'

premium_icon 'Enough with the closed borders, Queensland must reopen'

As Victoria’s COVID-19 cases increase, there is an impending sense of let-down that Queensland’s July 10 border reopening may not happen, writes Lucy Carne.

A cold beer with . . . masters of footy comedy

premium_icon A cold beer with . . . masters of footy comedy

Rampaging Roy Slaven and HG Nelson pulled out a bar stool, let me win the meat tray and chatted.

From Laidley to Super NRL and coaching glory

premium_icon From Laidley to Super NRL and coaching glory

RYAN shares his amazing sporting journey being back at the Broncos.

This is what no law and much disorder looks like in the USA

premium_icon This is what no law and much disorder looks like in the USA

Shootings, paramedics attacked, and massive crime spikes — this is what happens when impotent mayors refuse to crack down on lawless protests.

Safe Schools is not dead. It secretly lives on in classrooms

premium_icon Safe Schools is not dead. It secretly lives on in classrooms

Don’t be fooled by the latest announcement to overhaul the school curriculum. It won’t stop the nonsense ideologies being imposed, writes Miranda Devine.

Tue 23 Jun 2020

Why TikTok kids messing with Trump should cause concern

premium_icon Why TikTok kids messing with Trump should cause concern

K-pop stans and TikTok teens claimed they pranked Trump by sabotaging tickets to his Tulsa rally, but they also revealed the potential danger of trolling democracy...

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