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Lawyers say a decision by the Department of Home Affairs to deny a visa to a three-year-old boy with disabilities looks set to be overturned, following a decision by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: immigration, australia, business




Emergency crews have failed to identify any signs of life in their search for a worker who went missing after an earth collapse at Tasmania's Henty Gold Mine.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: australia



Prime Minister Scott Morrison is telling the people what they want to hear while his approval rating plummets, writes Mungo MacCallum. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia




China announced it was halting flights and trains from Thursday out of Wuhan, the city of 11 million people at the centre of a deadly SARS-like virus outbreak, as the UN extended emergency talks on the disease. Here’s what we know about the virus so far.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: australia, asia-pacific, world, health










Amani Haydar was five months pregnant when her mother Salwa was killed by her father. In response, the lawyer-turned-artist has become an advocate for change in the legal process for domestic violence survivors and wants to remove the stigma around seeking support.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: my australia, australia







As the rollout of fibre to the home project (FttH) remains a slow process it is no wonder that more and more people are looking towards mobile as a potential alternative. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Mark David's local croquet club is the lucky recipient of a special Morrison Government marginal seat sports grant. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Forest Management firefighter Bill Slade, who died in Victoria's East Gippsland bushfires has been farewelled by hundreds of mourners including premier Daniel Andrews and Opposition Leader Michael O'Brien.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: australia











In an effort to save the lives of platypus living at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve in the ACT, researchers from Taronga Conservation Society Australia and the UNSW Sydney’s Centre for Ecosystem Science teamed up with officers from ACT Parks and Conservation to rescue seven Platypus from disappearing ponds within the Reserve.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: australia


Greta Thunberg is speaking on 'averting a climate apocalypse' at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: australia

Politicians such as Joe Hockey – who ironically talked of 'leaning' and 'the age of entitlement' – have come to understand public service purely as an entitlement. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia




Western Australia's government has launched a safety campaign aimed at preventing household electric shocks, long after a young victim was left brain-damaged.

Source Feed: Australia
Categories: australia



Dylan Wenzel Hall came off the bench to strike the winner and sink Wellington Phoenix at a rain-soaked Suncorp Stadium. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia









Did elections over the last year show a swinging pattern to the right or left? And what of elections in 2020? read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia


In April last year, 23 former fire and emergency services chiefs attempted to warn Prime Minister Scott Morrison about the devastating bushfire season ahead. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Australia’s Returned and Services League (RSL) is allowing a Nazi-aligned group from WWII and their supporters to march in Anzac Day parades. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Official figures reveal the Liberals’ foremost climate change denying MP, Craig Kelly, resorted to lies and misinformation to dispute factual evidence in his presentation to a Sky News program. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

With the recent announcement of the 2020 Academy Award nominees, entertainment editor John Turnbull checks out three of the contenders for best picture. Jojo Rabbit Directed by Taika Waititi There has been a lot of talk over the last week about Oscar snubs. From Greta Gerwig and Lulu Wang, to Eddie Murphy and Lupita Nyong’o. This year, the Academy is being accused (again) of ignoring [...] read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia





Mark Zanker looks at the effects of ignorance towards climate change and what we can possibly do to stop destroying the planet. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia












The language of the Scott Morrison car crash that will be known in history as the "Bushfire Calamity" is not quite as confident of late. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Anger at the abject refusal of politicians to address climate impacts is gaining the same intensity as the bushfires. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Can a world without the influence of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp be imagined? Alan Austin, it seems, has such a vivid imagination. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia



A compassionate, humane conception of God contributes to a fairer, more equal world, writes Sue Stevenson. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia






Perth mother and Extinction Rebellion activist Julia Jones describes why getting arrested made an important statement. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia









I lived in Bucketty in bush for more than 30 years. We luckily just moved to Brisbane before the bushfire disaster hit Australia. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia


Political tension has escalated between NSW State and Federal Liberal Governments over claims of a rejection of bushfire assistance. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia


Psychotherapist Dr Jennifer Wilson analyses Scott Morrison's response to the bushfire crisis. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia


Deregulation has given us unstable, anaemic economies with high inequality and the labour parties have demolished their own constituencies, writes Geoff Davies.  read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia




Developments in data science and analysis have been beneficial in managing key social areas such as homelessness, healthcare and agriculture. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia





Unlike Kevin Rudd's flawed 'pink batts' rollout, deaths caused by the Coalition's monstrous robodebt scheme have failed to attract much mainstream media attention, leaving it incumbent on us to tell the story. This September article was read by almost 44,000 people. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Merry Christmas! And do we have a gift for the you. Managing editor Dave Donovan presents the last Bloody Idiot of the Week for the year, where he also announces IA's Idiot of the Year. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia


The Coalition eventually succeeded in getting the Medevac repeal bill through the Senate in the last sitting week. This July piece by Dr Jennifer Wilson, on the doctors who helped it pass the House of Representatives, was read by 33,000, probably mostly outraged, individuals. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

Former Deputy Secretary of the Immigration Department Abul Rizvi shed vital insights in Australia's visa system for IA, with two of his articles making our top ten, this one gathering more than 30,500 unique views. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia


Australia's corrupted immigration system was of major interest to IA readers in 2019, with this story by a former senior Immigration Department official attracting more than 23,000 unique views. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia





The recent conference in Sydney organised by the Chifley Research Centre, the Australian Labor Party’s (ALP) official think tank, had a promising start. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia






Christmas is the ideal time for three wise men – an American, an Englishman and an Australian – to get together and chew the bit. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia

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With an ever-growing population, tech companies are trying to find efficient ways to keep up with increasing data usage. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia


While the NDIS has made some positive inroads, it has some way to go to fulfil its ambitious mandate, writes Nicholas Haines. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia



Academics, journalists, security veterans, whistleblowers, authors and artists have urged the PM to intervene for Julian Assange's transfer to a suitable hospital. read now...

Source Feed: Independent Australia






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