I think many people would be amazed at just how much 'churn' (flow, or turnover) there is, even in areas that, on the surface, appear to have stable populations.
Punishing individuals seems to be a universal way of tackling corruption. As long as the highly centralized system remains in China though, corruption is unavoidable.
It is difficult to argue with the proposition that we have an increasing problem with political discourse.
It may come as a surprise to some, but most people in the world know little about Australia.
Are politicians our country's last set of amateurs?
Now they are a claiming to be a country Abbas and the Palestinians must start to act like one.
Let's get our own house in order before we try to feed the world.
The reality, however, is that despite their profile, our CBDs account for a very small proportion of jobs in the economy.
As it turns out, the lure of green building has more to do with cash than climate.
Sydney disregarded freight infrastructure in the nineteenth century and Melbourne pushed ahead; as it and Brisbane are doing now.
Mining companies are generally well-behaved at home, but can be loutish abroad.
The impact of mining on Australian history, culture and politics.