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12/02/2016 at 20:00. Facebook
"With a new exhaust, she’ll be good to go another four years”.

Germany welcomes Charlie Hebdo.

Charlie Hebdo puts broken-down Angela Merkel on cover of first German edition

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 19:29. Facebook
“We’re going to see refugee problems on an unimaginable scale, potentially above 30 million people.”

Climate change will stir 'unimaginable' refugee crisis, says military

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 12:01. Facebook
"To wrap up racism under the guise of “but Asians and black people are not my thing” does not mean you can block someone on Grindr purely because their heritage doesn’t match what arouses you."

LGBT communities should be havens of tolerance. Instead, racism is rife

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 11:30. Facebook
Time was, the celebrated Pirelli calendar featured “tasteful” photographs of naked or scantily clad young women shot in exotic locations. This year, photographer Peter Lindbergh said the women he had pictured were “nude while being fully dressed” because the camera had “stripped them to the very soul”.

Fully clothed: the 2017 Pirelli calendar

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 11:00. Facebook
"Our obsession with accountability means that every spare moment of a teacher’s life is spent satisfying bureaucratic demands."

Stop blaming teachers for falling results and give them the trust and time to actually teach

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 10:30. Facebook
"We’ve shown the world that if you build protected infrastructure, people will start riding their bikes."

Two-wheel takeover: bikes outnumber cars for the first time in Copenhagen

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 10:00. Facebook
"If you’re just discovering the world of angry, anonymous online dudes masquerading as victims – hi, come in. Some of us have been here for a while."

What Gamergate should have taught us about the 'alt-right'

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 09:31. Facebook
Stephen Hawking, writing for The Guardian on political events in 2016: "What matters now, far more than the choices made by these two electorates, is how the elites react. Should we, in turn, reject these votes as outpourings of crude populism that fail to take account of the facts, and attempt to circumvent or circumscribe the choices that they represent? I would argue that this would be a...
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This is the most dangerous time for our planet | Stephen Hawking

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 09:01. Facebook
DOLLY Magazine, having falling victim to the digital world, is ceasing to print after 46 years. Van Badham fondly remembers the teenage girls' magazine both guiding her through new social-sexual territories her own parents couldn’t know and its Dolly Doctor column which sent her and her friends into fits of giggles.

Dear reader, we'd love to know what Dolly taught you...

What was the best lesson you ever learned from Dolly Doctor?

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
"When you’re looking at something that’s not meant to exist, it tends to make you not believe your eyes."
The last known Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, died in 1936, but are they still out there? Some think so: "I represent 3,000 people who have been told they’re nuts" [ Theguardian.com Link ]
Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 08:00. Facebook
By some miracle, Australia’s much-derided political class has made it to the end of parliamentary year 2016 without coming to blows.

Year ends with Senate roulette and deals spun as grand bargains and cunning plans | Katharine Murphy

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 07:30. Facebook
Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 07:01. Facebook
With their coal obsession and shoddy progress report, the federal and Queensland governments are risking the Great Barrier Reef being put on UNESCO’s in-danger list, writes Larissa Waters.

The government's report on the Great Barrier Reef is a 'dog ate my homework' moment

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 06:30. Facebook
Some feel good news for your Friday afternoon. This distressed little penguin was rescued from a stormwater drain in Sydney's inner west.

Penguin rescued from stormwater drain in Sydney's inner west

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 06:01. Facebook
“Trump’s an entertainment fascist, which may be less sinister but is actually in the end more dangerous. If you’re not looking for jackboots and swastikas – although swastikas are indeed appearing – there’s a kind of laundry list of things which are truly sinister and authoritarian and not business as usual.”

Historians on comparing fascism to Trumpism

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 05:30. Facebook
Fremantle council’s move to hold citizenship ceremonies on its “culturally inclusive alternative” celebration to Australia Day could be blocked by the federal government.

Australia Day: government could block Fremantle from moving citizenship ceremony

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 05:10. Facebook
On the first day of his self-described “thank you tour”, Donald J. Trump returned to his bombastic style on the stump at a half-full arena in Ohio. He bashed Hillary Clinton to chants of “lock her up” from the rowdy crowd while settling scores with the media and former rivals as well as announcing the nomination of former marine general James 'Mad Dog' Mattis to be secretary of defence.

Trump reverts to campaign mode on victory tour, bashing Clinton and media

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Guardian Australia
12/02/2016 at 04:50. Facebook
First Dog On The Moon: "Any vestiges of my naive faith in government’s capacity to even accidentally act decently have been swept away by 2016."

You Should Feel Bad Cartoons proudly presents ... George Brandis as The Croquembouche!

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