Kim Doyle
No free thought, please, we’re SBS
Kim Doyle

A second SBS journalist has been sacked for tweeting something that management didn’t like. Marion Ives has worked for SBS in various roles for the last seven years. On 7 May – the day after she shared an article critical of SBS’s “whitewashing” of the network in pursuit of advertising dollars – she was told she would not receive future shifts.

Employment services providers bludging off government
Kim Doyle

Private job service providers have been caught once again defrauding the welfare to work scheme, cashing in on the government’s privatisation of employment services while the unemployment is at a 12-year high.

Australia’s war business
Australia’s war business
Kim Doyle

Australia has spent $15 billion on overseas military operations since 1999, according to recent Department of Defence documents.

Mind the gender gap
Mind the gender gap
Kim Doyle

Australia’s gender wealth gap has widened dramatically. Young single women have just over half the average assets of their male counterparts, according to a recent study conducted by researchers at Curtin University.

I call it scab
Kim Doyle

The CFMEU is fighting for the right to call a scab a scab. “The word ‘scab’ is of common and historical use in Australian industrial disputes”, says CFMEU national vice president Andrew Vickers. Bosses want its use made a sackable offence.

Warrior cops are not for our safety
Kim Doyle

Militarisation of policing is a worldwide phenomenon, largely carried out under the guise of “counter-terrorism”.

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