Why Australia is on the brink of losing a generation of authors
9 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald
Prize-winning Australian authors are struggling to make ends meet, and the lack of support available could limit who gets to tell Australian stories.
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Military aircraft arrives in U.S. with baby formula from Europe amid shortage
The first flight of baby formula from Europe arrived at an Indiana Air Force base Sunday as the White House tries to address a crippling shortage.
ASX set to dip, late rally saves Wall Street from bear market
Wall Street rallied late to inch higher but still recorded it's seventh-straight week of losses.
‘This will change Australia': Linda Burney says Labor committed to...
Australia's incoming Indigenous Affairs Minister says the country is ready for a referendum on Indigenous recognition.
Labor can't afford to sit back and enjoy its winnings in Victoria
The Liberals' historical base has been lost. But Labor's figures in the state should be viewed as a serious concern for the ALP leadership and the party's strategists.
‘Is she not there?': Anthony Koletti's question to court after Melissa...
After their home was raided, the fraudster's husband tuned in to her court appearance only to realise she hadn't shown up, the podcast Liar Liar reveals.
‘I'm not losing any sleep': Inside Labor's cautious but confident campaign
ALP national secretary Paul Erickson was tight-lipped about what party research was showing. But that night, over jugs of Tiger beer at Market City Tavern in Haymarket, he...
Major parties have lost voters' trust, says Perrottet
The NSW Premier says the Liberals and Labor will both need to undertake some serious soul-searching ahead of the March state election.
‘New energy': Albanese and Wong to take South-East Asia and climate policies...
Labor is hoping to have a greater focus than the Morrison government on South-East Asia, given its proximity to China and the growing economic growth and power of the region.
Hear me roar: how the female vote swung the election
Disaffected female voters drove the surge towards a progressive agenda. But while they moved away from the Coalition, they did not strongly endorse Labor either.
The end of certainty: Reeling Liberals look to rebuilding from wreckage
The Liberal Party faces a fundamental identity crisis. What does it stand for? Who is it appealing to? What is its future? Those who survived Saturday's disaster are torn over...