Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have served in every conflict since the Boer War. But when the wars ended, the status and opportunities they gained from being Diggers disappeared.
The horrific road crash at the weekend that claimed the life of two boys and injured five others is a heartbreaking reminder of the need for greater road safety awareness, especially among our young.
By endlessly pandering to woke inner-city types, federal Labor has driven away core blue-collar voters who could very easily propel the ALP back into government, writes Tim Blair.
The vaccine roll-out is botched, and we’re talking about fairy bread. Little is being done to stop Aboriginal deaths in custody and we’re arguing about a cartoon dog. What’s wrong with this picture?
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
Is there anything more hateful than trying on new clothes? Why do we need so many mirrors? You can see yourself from every disturbing angle. Muffin top? I could be sponsored by Bakers Delight.
Ben HarveyChief Reporter
The NT enters this year in an enviable position … It might be some time before we can re-welcome international tourists, but we know it will happen eventually, and we must be ready, writes SEAN O’MEARA.
News Corp Australia
This was the week the penny dropped that life as we knew it before the arrival of coronavirus is not coming back, writes James Campbell.
Proper health insurance, the type that actually covers you for everything, is now so expensive it rivals mortgage payments and is proof the system is broken.
Nat Locke doesn’t gel with just any old social media influencer but once she’s on board, she adds to cart with gay abandon.
As we remember Prince Philip, Carla Zampatti, Tommy Raudonikis and Andrew Peacock, there is a noteworthy link which ties them — none of them were snowflakes.
The very people who sent men to fight an impossible war are wringing their hands due to photos showing soldiers acting like drunks. What did we think they would do? Drink Earl Grey and play bridge?
Despite Australia’s troop withdrawal from Afghanistan it does not mean we can assume that great power conflict is a thing of the past but do we still have what it takes to defend our values, asks Peta Credlin?
Reporter Ben Downie describes the visceral chaos he experienced while covering tropical cyclone Seroja in Kalbarri.
Is there anything more British than marking the death of a member of the royal family by taking part in a mass complain-off?
Belle TaylorPLAY Magazine Editor
NSW Upper Hunter by-election is the premier political race right now and each party knows that to win, they must return back to pure bloodstock and stop the anti-ag and coal rhetoric.
Respect is a two-way street, you’ve got to give it to get it.
Basil ZempilasSeven News Sports Presenter
Scott Morrison was once popular in Western Australia. It wasn’t that long ago. And then something happened. It was something big. That something big was Clive Palmer, writes Mark Riley.
Mark RileySeven News Political Editor
While COVID remains a constant threat around the world, there is reason for Australians to look ahead with hope.
I doubt Prince Philip was taking out the bins at Buckingham Palace, but the rest of us can learn a lot from his union with Queen Elizabeth, says Edwina Bartholomew.
Stability-seeking Australians have stuck with established leaders at state level during the pandemic, but Prime Minister Scott Morrison is getting left behind, writes Anna Caldwell.
Either we defend all women from the kind of mocking and ridicule inflicted on Australia’s first lady endured from this photo or we give up and declare open season, writes Gemma Tognini.
What do twerking dancers, Bluey the Dog, and Jenny Morrison have in common? Our self-appointed betters can’t stand them, writes Louise Roberts.
This is what a growing chorus of medicos say the nation needs ASAP.
Peter LawState Political Editor
The response to a 30-year-old royal commission remains tragically inadequate today.
© West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020