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The Saturday Paper 1h
This week's cryptic crossword, by Mungo MacCallum...
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The Saturday Paper 2h
Packed with carefully observed period detail, ‘Utopia Avenue’, the latest novel from the author of ‘Cloud Atlas’, takes anecdotes about real-life rock stars and applies them to a fictional English band.
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The Saturday Paper 4h
David Moyle shares his recipe for oyster omelette.
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The Saturday Paper 5h
. on why, despite claiming the Adani coal mine is proceeding as usual, the future does not look bright for the Indian operation.
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The Saturday Paper 6h
“As other democracies talk about abolition, we’re sending armed officers into housing blocks and calling it public health.” -
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The Saturday Paper 7h
“We have this principle called yindyamarra, which translates to showing respect and honour and being patient and going slowly.” Wiradyuri artist Amala Groom on her blossoming career.
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The Saturday Paper 9h
"Those who are claiming it is 'better' for tens of thousands to lose their lives than for hundreds of thousands to lose their jobs are claiming to have factored in all the costs and all the benefits of both sides of the false binary." -
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The Saturday Paper 10h
This week's Saturday Paper quiz... How many months were in the Roman calendar?
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The Saturday Paper 11h
Unlocked now: Brodie Lancaster on finding the truth in season three of "Search Party" - and Alia Shawkat’s thrilling performance as Dory.
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The Saturday Paper 12h
Today in The Briefing: "Industry and conservation groups have criticised changes to the federal government’s 'safeguard mechanism' that allow companies to increase emissions depending on how their business is performing."
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The Saturday Paper Aug 12
“There's no need for the unemployment rate to rise to 10 per cent. I could drop the unemployment right down to 2 per cent, easily.” Mike Seccombe on MMT, the economic theory its supporters say could pave Australia's way out of the Covid-induced recession:
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The Saturday Paper Aug 12
As Victoria prepared to go to a state of disaster, authorities noticed an "alarming" trend of people claiming "sovereign citizenship" to challenge health orders.
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The Saturday Paper Aug 11
Leanne Altmann on the best blends, pink wine, pinot noirs and gin for this winter.
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The Saturday Paper Aug 11
Editorial: The right in this country has so distorted debate that, confronted with the pandemic, it does not know how to make sense of it.
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The Saturday Paper Aug 11
There is no “simple arrow from attitudes to behaviour”, observes Rebecca Huntley in ‘How to Talk about Climate Change’, adding that “emotional appeal plus ‘call to action’ doesn’t equal response”.
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The Saturday Paper Aug 11
Brodie Lancaster on "Search Party’s" shift from millennial hipster comedy with an undercurrent of true-crime, to a smart legal drama.
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The Saturday Paper Aug 11
. on the push for reform of the Murray-Darling water markets and to untangle the web of authorities, agencies, regulators and councils overseeing water in the basin.
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7am Aug 11
In today’s episode, senior reporter for on the extraordinary powers a state of disaster bestows on the Victorian , and how we got here. Listen now:
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The Saturday Paper Aug 11
In ‘Why Visit America’, Matthew Baker offers 12 alternative visions for the United States, from a peaceful nation in which the few remaining men are kept in “menageries”, to one in which every human possession and experience is brand-sponsored.
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The Saturday Paper Aug 11
Paddy Manning on growing speculation that Adani might dump its Queensland operation and buy up the massive Mount Arthur coalmine in NSW.
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