Donald Trump's ascendancy to the White House has been met with a tidal wave of protest across the country, with hundreds of thousands flooding Washington DC and huge crowds in other cities across the United States and the world.
Paul McGeough Washington: Now that's a counterpunch. Forever telling Americans that if he's punched, he'll counterpunch, Donald Trump woke from his first sleep at the White House to find the streets of the capital flooded with probably as many people protesting against him as were there on Friday to welcome his inauguration.
Peter Hannam How tiny Huonville does well by doing good on the environment front.
Peter Hannam Do big investments in solar energy point to a different future for the oil-rich nations of the Middle East?
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Stephen Jeffery A secret CIA memo warned of the Australian Communist Party's ability to "cripple Australian production" just months before the 1949 coal miner strike.
Paul McGeough Trump aides claim that as many as 200 draft executive orders are ready for the new President's signature.
Josephine Tovey One of the most prominent American white nationalists was punched in the face during an interview with the ABC on the streets of Washington DC shortly after Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.
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Josephine Tovey The bitter divisions that Donald Trump has exposed in the United States were evident on every street corner of Washington DC on Friday.