Nicholas Charles Cater (born 7 July 1958) is a British-born Australian journalist and author who writes on culture and politics. He is a columnist for The Australian newspaper. Cater’s book The Lucky Culture has been compared by Cater to Donald Horne’s The Lucky Country for its substance and influence. In 2018, the Wagner family, of Toowoomba, sued him for defamation over comments he made in broadcasts about the cause of the floods in that town in 2011, in which 12 people died. Justice Peter Flanagan dismissed all the complaints against Cater.

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  • Nicholas Charles Cater (born 7 July 1958) is a British-born Australian journalist and author who writes on culture and politics. He is a columnist for The Australian newspaper. Cater’s book The Lucky Culture has been compared by Cater to Donald Horne’s The Lucky Country for its substance and influence. In 2018, the Wagner family, of Toowoomba, sued him for defamation over comments he made in broadcasts about the cause of the floods in that town in 2011, in which 12 people died. Justice Peter Flanagan dismissed all the complaints against Cater. (en)
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  • Nicholas Charles Cater (born 7 July 1958) is a British-born Australian journalist and author who writes on culture and politics. He is a columnist for The Australian newspaper. Cater’s book The Lucky Culture has been compared by Cater to Donald Horne’s The Lucky Country for its substance and influence. In 2018, the Wagner family, of Toowoomba, sued him for defamation over comments he made in broadcasts about the cause of the floods in that town in 2011, in which 12 people died. Justice Peter Flanagan dismissed all the complaints against Cater. (en)
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