Max Koslowski, Canberra Times

Max Koslowski

Canberra Times

Australia

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  • Canberra Times
  • The Sydney Morning Herald
  • Brisbane Times
  • HuffPost Australia
  • HuffPost SouthAfrica

Past articles by Max:

ANU colleges slammed over sexual assault management

Eight of 10 undergraduate residential colleges at Australia's top-ranked university received the lowest rating possible for their management of sexual assault and harassment in previously unreleased internal reports. → Read More

Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton says Australia may take up New Zealand's offer to resettle refugees when and if it will not encourage more boat arrivals

Peter Dutton says Australia will take up New Zealand's offer to resettle 150 offshore refugees "when and if" it will not encourage more boat arrivals. The Hom... → Read More

National Archives may not survive unless funding doubles, warns council

The plea was handed to a review examining major problems with the institution. → Read More

Australian Space Agency 'brilliant' but money-starved

One year on, the Australian Space Agency is being lauded as a strategic - albeit money-starved - masterstroke that could put the country ahead in the emerging space economy. → Read More

Coalition orders investigation on whether Pyne and Bishop are breaching ministerial standards

The PM has written to the most senior public servant to ask whether two former ministers could be breaching the ministerial code of conduct with jobs they have taken. → Read More

Medevac panel approves two cases in four months, despite 'floodgate' fears

The government approved the vast majority of the 40 medevac applications it has so far received, leaving relatively few cases to the expert panel of doctors. → Read More

John Setka refuses to resign from CFMMEU despite pressure from Labor, unions

CFMMEU secretary John Setka has refused to resign for comments made about domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty. → Read More

With one click, the Liberals inadvertently unleashed the ultimate election scare campaign

By election eve, for every person typing retiree tax into Google there 30 were searching the term death tax. → Read More

Democracy and sausages not enough for voters

Falling turnout among younger voters points to growing problem for democracy. → Read More

Alt-right Facebook memes pushed anti-Labor message

Alt-right Facebook groups working with Fraser Anning's staff and others produced fake news, racist memes and messages liked or shared more than a million times during the election. → Read More

Labor pushes for cap on political expenditure after Clive Palmer's $60m election spend

The party fears the mining magnate's spend contributed towards their federal election loss last weekend. → Read More

The expert who predicted Trump, Brexit

In the five days before election night, Professor Bela Stantic analysed 2 million social media comments, from more than half a million unique accounts, relating to 50 key terms, and predicted Scott Morrison would win. → Read More

A safer bet than Winx? Punter puts a million dollars on Bill Shorten to win

The gamble was the single largest bet ever recorded by betting agency Ladbrokes. → Read More

Political parties likely to review pre-poll voting after millions of voters cast ballot early

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says three weeks of pre-poll voting "does feel a bit long". → Read More

As voters wait in the bush with baseball bats, the Nationals face a new kind of threat: competition

Over the past few years, Forbes has been at the epicentre of an extraordinary shift in country politics that represents a real danger to The Nationals. → Read More

Anzac Day plans proceed in Turkey despite 'coffins' warning for Australians

The Morrison government is forging ahead with plans to commemorate Anzac Day at Gallipoli next month . → Read More

Australia's right-wing extremist problem: Are we doing enough?

Extremism experts and police insiders say far-right radicals pose a growing threat of violence in Australia and will become a greater focus of authorities in the wake of the Christchurch massacre. → Read More

'I don't vote until I vote': Key crossbencher could spare Scott Morrison a historic vote loss

Cathy McGowan is unsure whether to back a bill to fast-track medical treatment for refugees on Manus Island and Nauru. → Read More

How Australia's far-right were divided and conquered

The far-right has cycled through many enemies over the years but their biggest threat comes from division and hatred within. → Read More

Fraser Anning billed taxpayers thousands to attend two more far-right events

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has attacked the Queensland senator for associating with "extreme and offensive racist views", and attending a far-right rally in St Kilda organised by convicted extremist Blair Cottrell. → Read More