Our Editor-in-Chief lived a life completely devoid of political thought – until one night in September when a broken table changed everything.
After an unsatisfactory conclusion, Ugur Nedim questions the effectiveness of the ALRC inquiry into the impact of new laws on our civil liberties.
Gen Y are worse off than expected, Tony Abbott’s slump continues and Nick Xenophon tries to out-PUP PUP in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap from Michael Burrill.
With looming cuts to the ABC and SBS care of the Abbott government’s austerity budget, Elise Bottle sees the days of quality programming a distant “Twilight” we may never witness again.
Following on from Laurie Atlas’ “view from the Right” of the Abbott Government’s first year in power, Jacob Lynagh fills us in on the view of Abbott and co from the Left…and it ain’t pretty.
Happy Abbottversary, Australia! Today, Laurie Atlas hands down the report card of the Abbott Government after a year in power.
While a TBS writer finds plenty of positives that can be drawn from Budget 2014, it did not go far enough in fixing Australia’s mounting debt problem.
After seven years of negotiations, Australia and Japan sign a Free Trade agreement (the JAEPA) that will have historic ramifications.
As the WA Senate election numbers come in, a TBS writer sees little change in the status quo but questions what it portends for the Abbott government.