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15 Apr 2016

Australia's Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel, has written an opinion article that was published in The Australian on 15 April 2016. The article ties in with the Knowledge Nation Summit held in Sydney yesterday (14 April), where Dr Finkel gave the welcome address.

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09 Mar 2016

This article suggests that Australia should institute greater scrutiny in examining potential Chinese investment in the country. Noting that PRC capital is being employed as a strategic tool regionally, and that all major corporate leaders in China are necessarily linked with the Communist Party...

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23 May 2013

LEADING museum professionals around the world agree the art museum is relevant and important. But whether present models are still viable was just one of the difficult questions posed earlier this year to museum directors invited by the Aspen Institute, an education and policy

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26 Sep 2012

While the art world waits for a new national cultural policy, in The Australian, Rodney Hall warns that the proposed restructure of the Australia Council will emasculate arts funding.

THE authors of the promised Australia Council review have...

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27 Mar 2012

Cultural organisations should simply make their case for funding in economic terms, economist Hasan Bakhshi has told arts professionals in Sydney.

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Bakhshi, from British think tank the National Endowment for Science,...

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25 Mar 2011

Reform is needed to improve Asian literacy in schools, writes Ben Jensen in The Australian.

We are failing to properly educate our children to succeed in a world led by Asian countries.

There is little doubt Australia's future economic prosperity...

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23 Mar 2011

Reporting of research findings needs to take account of the fine print, argues Andrew Markus in the Australian

RACISM is a hot topic. Wave the R-word, add a survey showing that it is widespread, and you have media attention.

Last last month,...

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15 Mar 2011

Other governments have been less popular than federal Labor, but that doesn't mean the government doesn't face a challenge, writes Mumble's Peter Brent

IS THIS the most unpopular government ever? The way some observers are behaving you would think it...

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14 Mar 2011
Policy reform is being held hostage by loud, polarising voices trivialising debate, writes Mike Steketee in the Australian

THIRTY-SIX per cent of Americans who identify as Republicans believe Barack Obama was born overseas, according to opinion...

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26 Feb 2011

For the millions of Australians living with a disability or caring for someone who is, Monday at 2pm will be a watershed moment. But the rest of us should be no less interested when the Productivity Commission releases its draft report on Disability Care and Support. First, disability can affect...

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