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“IT’S not like people are going to dance in the streets with banners yelling ‘yahoo ATO’, but we should take pride in it.” That’s tax commissioner Michael D’Ascenzo purring to ELERI HARRIS about the ATO’s centenary. Elsewhere in this week’s edition, MARK PARTON meets a spider, MEGAN HAGGAN reports the seasonal return of cockroaches, DON AITKIN writes in praise of Canberra and its arts scene, ANDREW HUGHES believes The Greens are at the crossroads and MICHAEL MOORE looks at the consequences of the Pope’s latest stand on condoms. One click and you’re there…

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