A rom-com fantasy fulfilled, a classic switcheroo and a refusal of a tasty pork pie. The question remains. Who enacted revenge this week in Auspol?
Morning sleepyhead. What happened while you were asleep? The cause of death for Prince was established, and Teflon Bron carried on.
Bronwyn Bishop has made her exit, but don’t count out her return. In some form, the Bish will be back.
Women in power face a continuous climb, a task made all the more arduous by their detractors’ refusal to acknowledge that the hill actually exists.
The week that was in five minutes. We’ve seen Japan hit by two earthquakes, Clive Palmer hit with reality and a mattress that knows when you’re hitting it on the sly.
With Julie Bishop’s $30,000 taxpayer-funded flight shunted in favour of Tony Abbott’s “white-anting” claims, we suggest something else is afoot.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap tackles the PM’s plan to investigate parliamentary entitlements, the awkward Abetz family past, friction in the Holy Land and the ongoing Trump funnies.
After researching the candidates to take Bronwyn’s place, Jordan King Lacroix can only see one man with the necessary skills – Clive Palmer.
Michael Burrill tackles parliamentary funding, Turkey’s bombing of IS/Kurd targets and Gina’s firesale to China, all in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap.
Looking beyond the Bronwyn Bishop issue, Corey Farrell examines the Auspol landscape and cares not for what he sees.
In the wake of last night’s Triggs vs Bishop stoush on QandA, TBS wants to know your thoughts.
Having cringed at the news that plans were afoot to introduce segregation laws into Parliament House Jacob Lynagh asks, “Is the ‘Burqa Box’ the new Jim Crow?”
Jordan Rivkin is glued to Question Time for all the wrong reasons – it’s kinda like Groundhog meets April’ Fools Day with Madame Speaker thrown in for bad measure.