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Institute of Public Affairs 5h
Dr Peter Ridd joins The Looking Forward Podcast this Friday to talk about his legal case and the state of academic freedom in Australia. Subscribe now so you don’t miss it!
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James Bolt 21h
Big episode of The Young IPA Podcast this week! - Matt Kibbe from Free The People - Kurt Wallace - the crackdown on fan behaviour at the AFL - Plenty more!
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The Australian Jun 16
Universities will lose reputation and talented students if they fail to defend free speech, a researcher has warned
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 13
"Where were they when Andrew Bolt got carted off to court for writing a column?" on Sky News Hardgrave:
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SpectatorAustralia Jun 13
How it reaches and leeches. Why your purses and pockets aren't safe...
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 12
Delayed Adani Approval Highlights Australia’s Red Tape Crisis. Media release by :
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RN Drive Jun 12
"If you are not a liberal at 25, you have no heart. If you are not a conservative at 35, you have no brain". and discuss the old adage, which appears to have been confirmed by Newspoll.
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 12
This week's Looking Forward Podcast features a lively discussion on press freedom and what exactly constitutes a 'state secret'. Hear from , then download the full show on whichever podcast app you choose
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 11
Inquiry Into Press Freedom Must Include Freedom Of Speech For All Australians. Media release by :
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James Bolt Jun 11
Huge episode of The Young IPA Podcast this week. - - - and I solve the AFL umpires issue with fans. Download now!
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Gideon Rozner Jun 10
As concerning as the were, it seems that the left is discovering the importance of press freedom years too late. Where were they when Andrew Bolt was being muzzled? When Bill Leak was being hounded by the AHRC? From Friday's edition of :
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 10
Replying to @smh @ErykBagshaw
Australia's corporate, banking and competition regulators have published 75,976 pages of quasi-regulation as of May 6, compared with 9524 pages of enabling legislation. Congestion-busting in the bureaucracy should start here ➡️
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 10
New report authored by IPA Research Fellow Kurt Wallace featured in the by - Regulatory Dark Matter: How Unaccountable Regulators Subvert Democracy By Imposing Red Tape Without Transparency
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spiked Jun 6
Police in Australia have raided the offices of the ABC and the homes of News Corp journalists. Their crime? Exposing state surveillance and wrongdoing. This is a grave threat to press freedom, writes
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 6
Read the full report: Skewed priorities: comparing the growth of prison spending with police spending ➡️
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 6
New report by featured today in the by finds the increase in incarceration across Australia over the past decade has taken money away from policing and other government services that are vital for community safety
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 6
"The legal status of Australians should not be decided according to their skin colour or race." and Morgan Begg in the Sydney Morning Herald:
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Daniel Wild Jun 5
Oped in today by myself and colleague Morgan Begg on why race has no place in Australia's constitution. All Australians are equal and should be viewed as such under the law.
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Institute of Public Affairs Jun 5
Indigenous Recognition, Scott Morrison visiting the Solomon Islands, Trump’s trade war extends to Mexico, and Australia came close to having tariffs against its goods – where is globalism at in 2019? Download today's Looking Forward now:
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James Bolt Jun 4
Huge show of The Young IPA Podcast this week! - on ScoMo’s campaign, Shorten’s loss and Israel Folau - on his career, Trumps tax cuts and trade war, Wednesday Meetings at Burning Man Download now:
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