Truth is among the casualties of coronavirus,
Civil and constructive discourse are needed in coronavirus fight.
Lifting exploration and production bans will boost jobs.
We need to keep people in work and small businesses viable.
There is no certainty Benny Gantz can form a government.
The COVID-19 Pandemic is an opportunity to show the true Australian spirit.
The shooting prompted reforms to live-streaming online.
The public understands why restrictions must be stepped up
There is a worrying void in public information about this pandemic. We need to hear the real story. Australians, quiet and strong, can handle the truth.
After the stimulus we had to have, bold reform must follow.
Alan Howe has been a senior journalist on London’s The Times and Sunday Times, and the New York Post. While editing the Sunday Herald Sun in Victoria it became the nation’s fastest growing title and achieved the greatest margin between competing newspapers in Australian publishing history. He has also edited The Sunday Herald and The Weekend Australian Magazine and for a decade was executive editor of, and columnist for, Melbourne’s Herald Sun.
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