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If I said yes, know that you’re perfect to me.
Books can blur the line between good and evil.
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At least politicians recycle their tried and trusted methods of evading tough questions.
It's written by a woman who lived the Manhattan dream, but let's be honest, how many writers exaggerate?
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They are traditionally a symbol of peace and good fortune.
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Apart from the odd award or positive ranking, airlines rarely make the news for good reasons. Like banks and telcos we bash them whenever possible. And while Jetstar deserved criticism yesterday, I can't help but think we are often too quick to condemn those magnificent men and women in their flying machines.
Yassmin’s concerns for Manus, Nauru, Syria and Palestine are futile.
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It is urgent that ordinary members of the public see their own rights as intimately bound up with the rights of refugees.
Almost a century after Spanish influenza killed more people than World War I, the world is 10 minutes to midnight on the next big pandemic.
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Why have refugees been forced out of sight and, seemingly, out of any legal system where we could seek redress?
It is morally and socially corrupt to deny so many Australians a home.
If you had to flee your home, what would you take?
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You really, really need to talk to them about it.
The explanation need not be complicated.