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Our Great South Land

A new understanding of Christianity in modern Australia’s founding is as radical as calls for changing Australia Day but vitally important

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Sydney University students rally for Hong Kong

Braving the rain and pro-China demonstrators, nearly 150 Sydney students hoisted umbrellas in support of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.

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Is this Australia’s conservative comeback?

Around 500 conservatives have gathered in Sydney at the inaugural CPAC Australia event featuring Tony Abbott, Raheem Kassam and other right-wing speakers

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Australian Politics minus Barnarby Joyce

Australian media seems infatuated with the Deputy Prime Minister’s scandalous extra-martial affair so let’s take a look some real politics.

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Australia Christian Today Christianity Politics Roydon Ng

Jesus – a never expiring passport

Jesus is our passport that allows us to fly over the sinful and downfallen state of human power struggle (earthly politics) to a better future.

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Left Wing Protesters Fail to Stop Milo Yiannopoulos’ Sydney Speech

Seven protesters were arrested as left-wing groups rioted against conservative political commentator Milo Yiannopoulos in Sydney

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Australia Politics Roydon Ng Sydney The Typewriter

Milo Yiannopoulos arrives in Sydney for Australian tour despite postponing first event

Conservative political commentator, author and ‘cultural icon’ Milo Yiannopoulos has arrived in Australia for his Troll Academy tour

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Australian Government loses majority as High Court disqualifies deputy Prime Minister

D-day for the ‘Citizenship Seven’ has arrived for the Australian politicians taken to the High Court over their eligibility to stand in Parliament.