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Inside the meat disco
When the impresario behind Earthcore died last year, he left behind a legacy of paranoia, intimidation and financial mismanagement.
Surviving Australia’s biggest cult, The Family
Following the death of cult leader Anne Hamilton-Byrne, surviving members of The Family reckon with judgement.
As the government pushes to repeal the medivac legislation, lawyers and doctors contradict the arguments put against it.
Israel Folau’s cycle of sin
Following the sacking of Israel Folau by Rugby Australia, a fissure has opened up in the debate over equality and freedoms.
Rosie Batty’s private grief
Rosie Batty talks to Martin McKenzie-Murray about grief and healing.
Turnbull’s stray dog
The election result has put faith back on the national agenda. But the issue is dogged by a review Malcolm Turnbull commissioned and never had the chance to answer.
Charlie Teo, virtuosic rebel
Charlie Teo is Australia’s best-known surgeon. His career asks difficult questions about the balance between hope and orthodoxy.