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Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
Item Width:
12"
Number of Faucet Holes:
1
Minimum Pressure:
10 psi
Installation:
Wall Mounted
Shower Head Included:
Yes
Item Length:
12"
Manufacturer Warranty:
3 years
Suitable For:
Shower
Labels amp; Certifications:
Low Lead Compliant
UPC:
0630174358050
Color:
Silver
MPN:
J211S8
Material:
Stainless Steel
Shower Head Shape:
Square
Faucet Hole Spacing:
8 in
Number of Shower Heads:
1
Brand:
KES
Type:
Rain Shower Head, Rain Shower
Spray Patterns:
Rain
Style:
Modern
Shower Head Type:
Yes
Features:
Waterfall, High Pressure, Rainfall
Shower Head Diameter:
Small Head
Room:
Bathroom
Finish:
Polished
Item Weight:
1.98lbs.









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The December – January issue


Essays

Politics

The unhinged pursuit of profit is destroying us

To undo the worst of neoliberalism we need to target need, rather than race or identity

Resources

The fossil-fuel industry’s grip on Australian hearts and minds

Is there hope that public misconceptions of the importance of coal and gas can be overcome?

Indigenous rights

The stunted country

There can be no republic without constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians

National security

On Her Majesty’s secret disservice

The reporter who uncovered the truth about Kim Philby, the 20th century’s most infamous spy, and his warnings for democratic society

Art

The artist making sculpture for penguins

How creating sculpture for animals is transforming wildlife conservation and the art world



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State politics

Family’s grief compounded by WA’s hard border

The awful predicament of a Melbourne family unable to bring home their son’s body shows the callousness of WA’s border policy

Film

The best of 2021 on screen

This year may have been difficult to live through, but it produced an extraordinary crop of films

Television

Raising the stakes: ‘Firebite’

Warwick Thornton’s magnificently pulpy Indigenous vampire-hunter drama leads the pack of December streaming highlights

The Nation Reviewed

Indigenous rights

The truth about truth-telling

Revisiting trauma is not the road to justice for Aboriginal people

History of Australia

Did Federation compromise our democracy?

How the advent of Australia’s national government separated power from people and place

Politics

Declaration of independents

The success of Indi MP Helen Haines points to more non-aligned voices in parliament

Environment

Echidna poo has changed our understanding of human evolution

Citizen science is not only helping echidna conservation, but changing how we think about evolution

Vox

A homemade algorithm chooses every book I read

How a monumental to-read list turned into a spreadsheet that randomly selects books

Arts & Letters

Music

Oh, carols!

The music of Christmas, from the manger to the chimney

Poems

Abbotsford I

New poetry, after lockdowns

Books

Final sentence: Gerald Murnane’s ‘Last Letter to a Reader’

The essay anthology that will be the final book from one of Australia’s most idiosyncratic authors

Music

New kid on the block: The Kid Laroi

How Australia has overlooked its biggest global music star, an Indigenous hip-hop prodigy

Film

The Bond market: ‘Dune’ and ‘No Time To Die’

Blockbuster season begins with a middling 007 and a must-see sci-fi epic

Noted

Books

‘Crossroads’ by Jonathan Franzen

The acclaimed US author’s latest novel is a 1971 church drama modelled on ‘Middlemarch’

Television

‘Yellowjackets’

The US drama about teen plane-crash survivors is a heady mix of folk horror and high-school betrayal

In Light of Recent Events

Cartoon

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