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Emma Alberici
ABC Chief Economics Correspondent
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Christiane Amanpour 10h
So happy to see these girls together - between them they’ve mobilized more armies for good than any leader today!
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David Sharaz 21h
Pretty powerful image: Government, Opposition and others sitting on one side of the chamber to condemn Bettina Arndt’s comments. Pauline Hanson and Malcolm Roberts the only voting against.
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Virginia Haussegger AM Feb 24
We haven’t yet got parenting shared in a way we must to better support the progress of women ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦Minister Calls for more modelling of women in top leadership. Still too much ‘unconscious bias’ ⁦
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Emma Alberici Feb 23
This. Out of the mouths of babes. Watch it all
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Emma Alberici Feb 23
Domestic violence is a global epidemic. Spotted in a college corridor in Italy He says “What, your husband? He’s a great guy” She says “You should see what he’s like at home”
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Emma Alberici Feb 23
Replying to @cathywilcox1
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Emma Alberici Feb 21
Seriously is the coolest violinist ever! And 6 months pregnant to boot .. Love Love
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Dr Julia Baird Feb 21
It should not need to be stated. But dragging domestic violence into ideological culture wars just puts the lives of women and children at risk. Can't we just agree it's wrong? Wrote this for
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Dr Julia Baird Feb 20
No one can be "driven too far" to burn four people alive. Yes I get that we are being provoked to be outraged with these tweets, but this stuff is divisive and dangerous. Turning domestic violence into a culture war is ugly. Can't we all agree killing women and children is wrong?
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Sean Parnell Feb 20
First time I reported on a Brisbane ‘man’ killing his 3 kids & former wife (&, in that case, his in-laws too) & then himself was 24 yrs ago. Men’s rights movement was toxic then too. Forgot the details & searching the clips I remembered all the deaths since. All those excuses. 🙁
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Emma Alberici Feb 20
Stop blaming the victim. These are not “domestic disputes” .. These are murders & assaults
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Emma Alberici Feb 20
Rowan Baxter tried to break his ex wife’s wrist just days before he doused her with petrol & set her & their kids alight This brutal murderer stalked his ex Hannah Clarke & used 'scary' controlling tactics before his final evil act Read & share
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Louise Milligan Feb 19
“Paris Street was the victim here. And now he is the hero.” Excellent piece by
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George Megalogenis Feb 19
The Australian should run Paris Street's words in full this Saturday, in place of Gerard's regular column, and without a paywall for the online version. The Oz should make clear to its readers that it doesn't condone what occurred on Sky the other night.
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Benjamin Law 羅旭能 Feb 19
How Paris Street responds here to some truly base and despicable commentary about his sex abuse grooming case is heroic. No idea how Andrew Bolt or Gerard Henderson still have family members who can look them in the eye, let alone paid employment.
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Emma Alberici Feb 19
From “Consider this: from 1997 to 2012, private sector wages on average rose by 0.9% each quarter, but since the start of 2013, not once have they risen by that amount. What was average is now impossible”
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Dr Kirstin Ferguson Feb 19
I wish I had more to say for . Thoughts and prayers just don't cut it. I hope her murder and the murder of her three children may finally prompt a reaction to throw everything we have at ending the scourge of family violence we see every single week in Australia.
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Emma Alberici Feb 19
Here’s a piece I wrote on Australia’s innovation record in 2018. Nothing has improved. On the contrary, since then the Government has removed $4 billion in R&D tax concessions
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