April Archive


Farewell to Brian Harradine

15 April 2014
Australia's noblest politician passed away this week.

A royal family, and a real one

11 April 2014
A man, a woman and a baby – a man and a woman married to each other, with a child who is the fruit of their committed, mutual self-giving.

1954: an annus mirabilis in the cinema

08 April 2014
In which the editor reveals his two favourite films.

A plain man with an eye for beauty

04 April 2014
How two art treasures ended up on a factory worker's wall.

Dumbing down the SAT. Sacrificing children’s rights on the altar of same-sex parenting.

01 April 2014
And the amazing story of a courageous New York mother.

March Archive


Work as happiness, and art

28 March 2014
Highlighting the value and importance of work.

Introducting our new blog on social media

25 March 2014
And make sure that you download our iPhone app.

Let’s be upbeat about Down syndrome

21 March 2014
Coincidence it may be that the relatively new “feast” of WDS Day rubs shoulders with the even newer global feast of happiness, but it is very fitting all the same, because “Downs” are famously happy people.

The mysterious disappearance of MH370

18 March 2014
Why are we so fascinated by this real-life whodunnit?

Thoughts on Radio Shack and democracy

14 March 2014
Actually, the grass-roots are a bit of theme this week as several articles look at democracy from that angle.

Pravda, the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth

11 March 2014
The dangers of reading overseas papers.

Gender agendas

07 March 2014
It is International Women’s Day again, but if the idea does not convulse you with joy and optimism you are probably quite normal.

History lessons

04 March 2014
We need to understand the background of the complex events unfolding in the Ukraine.

February Archive


Marriage in the spotlight

28 February 2014
I have been reading and writing ab.e the last couple of days

Calculating the date of the zombie apocalypse

25 February 2014
Behind the scenes at MercatorNet



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