Latte Leftie – 295

November 18, 2016
Identity politics haven’t proven to be disastrous and the Trumpocalypse just means progressives should double down! Dear LL –  I’m confused about where you stand on the President-Elect. In a (since deleted) tweet on the […]

Latte Leftie – 294

November 4, 2016
It’s been a damn close run thing but Latte Leftie says progressives can breathe a sigh of relief about the status quo being restored Dear LL – While secretly aroused at the thought of a […]

Latte Leftie – 293

October 21, 2016
Latte Leftie admits he is not a “perfect progressive” and that his off-mic remarks at a 2005 Politics in the Pub event were a “misspeaking” Dear LL – Goddess knows how many times I’ve defended […]

Inner West Whispers – 293

October 21, 2016
Barber DV conviction – Merging the merged • Last week Hawleywood’s Barbershop in Newtown became the centre of a media storm, when one of the store’s barbers and former Mixed Martial Arts fighter Julian Wallace (misreported […]

White Bay Exhibition

October 18, 2016
White Bay Power Station artist shows new paintings of a Balmain landmark One of Balmain’s new emerging artists who has specialised in capturing the essence of the abandoned White Bay Power station is exhibiting a […]

Rant: Local communities dismissed

October 7, 2016
The Baird Government’s sack-and-dismiss approach to reform of local government has been harsh and careless. It has impacted on people’s lives, caused big costs for ratepayers and instability continues now into the fifth month since […]

Latte Leftie – 292

October 7, 2016
Latte Leftie joins the baying ranks of young progressives in calling for a cleansing round of book burnings. Dear LL – I was cringing even worse than usual to be a citizen of this backward […]

Rant: Wind us or against us?

September 23, 2016
As Federal Parliament resumes, let’s have a look at the prospects for a cleaner energy system. Will Australia harness the global investment boom and create the jobs of the future? And will our politicians help, […]

Inner West Whispers – 289

August 19, 2016
Abla’s folds – 94 problems but gentrification ain’t one  – Uni-lateral win • Abla’s Patisserie in Dulwich Hill has shut down. The iconic Lebanese sweets emporium has left the building (on New Canterbury Road) with […]

Local News – 288

August 5, 2016
Inner West Locals hit the Big Screen This August will see two Inner West locals on and behind the big screen as the much anticipated black comedy Down Under debuts in cinemas. Written and directed […]
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