Not so much the tale as its telling

Sylvia Lawson reviews The Past and Utopia

05 Mar 14 | Comments (0)

Stumbling into existence

Eleanor Hogan reviews a careful and often illuminating history of a northwestern Australian town

11 Dec 13 | Comments (0)

The Brandis agenda

Armed with an ambitious political and legal agenda, the new attorney-general faces a testing time, write Shipra Chordia and Andrew Lynch

04 Dec 13 | Comments (1)

Race in the dock

A murder trial in Alice Springs held up a mirror to the town’s dealings with issues of race, writes Kieran Finnane, and the inter-racial dynamics turned out to be not nearly as clearcut as might be expected

14 Oct 13 | Comments (0)

Between one geography and another

Sylvia Lawson reviews Satellite Boy, We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks and The Great Gatsby

25 Jul 13 | Comments (0)

Forgotten war

The looming centenary of the landing at Gallipoli is a reminder of unfinished business between settler and Indigenous Australia after a decade of incomplete reconciliation, writes Henry Reynolds in this extract from his new book

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A welcome touch of modesty

Tim Rowse’s new book shows the strengths of an evidence-based approach to Indigenous policy, writes Frank Bongiorno

09 May 13 | Comments (0)

The “right to drink” in Alice Springs

The NT government’s abolition of the Banned Drinkers Register has divided opinion in Central Australia, writes Eleanor Hogan

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