The Chilcot inquiry report shows how intelligence and policy maker failure is linked

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This week the report following an inquiry led by Sir John Chilcot into the US-led coalition invasion of Iraq in 2003 has been released. Security expert Patrick Walsh talks us through the relevant points and the ultimate ‘slam dunk’ moment of the report.

Is the “good food” movement morally superior and elitist?

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Information overload and conflicting information around food leaves many people confused. Russ Grayson says food choices and claims about them can create social divisions.

Bystander survey: Help to redefine what it truly means to be Australian

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Did you know that the most common form of racism in Australia is everyday racism? And it nearly always involves bystanders witnessing it. A research team at CQUniversity is currently recruiting participants to share their experience through an anonymous online journal.

Federal election 2016: Outcome and key players

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Australia has voted. With neither of the two major parties having a clear majority, what happens next? Political scientist Dominic O’Sullivan explains.

Great Barrier Reef: Springvale Station purchase

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Environment groups and scientists have hailed the Queensland Government’s recent move to buy a cattle station south of Cooktown as a victory for reef conservation. Max Thomas questions whether the purchase serves a well-planned purpose beyond a mere political one.

NAIDOC week: A celebration of culture and connection

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NAIDOC stands for ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’. April Long from the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence invites all Australians to join in the celebration of culture and connection.