Opinion

Wed 21 Nov 2018

The magistrate suspended for doing her job

premium_icon The magistrate suspended for doing her job

Instead of a hearing into a magistrate supposedly too strict, we should examine those letting law-breakers off with a slap on the wrist, writes Miranda Devine.

Children on streets but we argue about sausage sizzles

premium_icon Children on streets but we argue about sausage sizzles

We’ve been outraged the Bunnings sausage sizzle saga, when our outrage could be much better placed as to why we still have homeless children, writes Keith Woods.

This is exactly what shark nets are for

premium_icon This is exactly what shark nets are for

Shark-loving misanthropes gnash their teeth again over the demise of one fish, but don’t bat an eye when a human is killed or mauled, writes Miranda Devine.

This is no way for an Australian baby to die

premium_icon This is no way for an Australian baby to die

Teens headed to their formals and families walked along happily, all while a nine-month-old baby went unnoticed by those who could have helped.

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