Editorial / Opinion


DID Eden-Monaro Voters send a message? Part II

THE BULLETIN is not the only commentator noticing that voters were sending a message with the recent Eden-Monaro by-election that ended with a close finish for Labor’s Kristy McBain on

They’re advised not to shoot mums in Canberra — but they do, here’s how

THE ACT GOVERNMENT supplies anyone who questions their annual kangaroo family slaughter — killing Australia’s favourite tourism icon in the national capital — with a comforting ‘scientific’ fact sheet. The Bulletin



Surprise! NSW embraces renewables big time

“How Australia’s State energy ministers are turning the tables on Angus Taylor” is the promising headline of a Guardian Australia story by Simon Holmes à Court. It outlines the positive renewables



Shooters go rogue in 45 kph winds

LAST NIGHT (Wednesday 14/7/20), many shots were heard by protest watchers at Callum Brae Nature Reserve. The shooting, which began at about 5.45 pm, occurred during 45 kph winds and


Why Orange Roughy should be off the table

Orange roughy fishery report recommends ‘sustainable seafood’ status — but is slammed by conservation groups By Nick Kilvert, ABC Science CONSERVATION GROUPS have slammed moves to reclassify Australia’s orange roughy fishery as