In its original form, the NBN was a sound plan grounded in logic. However, the execution is what we struggled with. Fixing the problem is no longer on the cards.
In another too-good-to-be-true poll, one University believes that the majority of the Democratic candidates would boot Donald Trump out of the White House.
Addressing his own party, Bill Shorten has blamed the cash-heavy “corporate leviathans” for the election result, promising to continue that fight as part of Albanese’s frontbench.
With the ABC’s Antony Green finally calling it, it seems that the Morrison government will operate as a majority, winning at least 77 seats.
With the election now complete, many are wondering who we really are. Australia, I believe, is a nation of small people and selective blindness. We see what we choose to.
For those puzzled about how the Morrison government won the election, I think our confusion is based on a flawed assumption of who we are as a nation.
Well, we survived the most moronic, divisive and boring election campaign in living memory. I think we all deserve a round of applause and/or onions on our sausage.
Yesterday, public criticism died with Pauline Hanson and Kerri-Ann Kennerley perfecting the self-own. Clearly, we’ve overindulged.
Yesterday, Bill Shorten railed against News Corp and made the nation feel something. However, last night’s debate was an exercise in apathy.
This morning, Scott Morrison drove to Peter Cosgrove’s house to ask the election to be called. However, it was his chosen time to do so that we should register.
In a rather serious turn up for the books, the investigation that looked to prove Donald Trump’s ties to Russia has come up empty.
Well, the fat lady might have just sung, as the ABC’s sagely Antony Green has just called the election for the Liberal Party.
With the NSW state election around the corner, we sat down with the women of the Liberal Party to discuss their campaigns, their electorates, and the change they seek.
This morning, a Newspoll illustrated that Scott Morrison was indeed the better PM. The reporting around it didn’t tell the full story, which is indeed a story itself.
The ALP’s push-back against the Liberal Party’s gun discussion has little to do with the greater good, and everything to do with political point-scoring.
With the racist dog-whistle firmly between their lips, Turnbull and Dutton have set the tone. It’s up to us to ensure our bark is less than our bite.
On Monday, Bill Shorten was roasted after not promising to end offshore detention. He’s the saviour by default – and I’m not sure the halo is realistic.
Fake News’ highly respected political correspondent Frank Rarely has just filed this exclusive report on the Batman by-election.
An unexpected comment, rattled chains beyond the grave and a rather awkies presser. Who musked themselves in #AusPol this week?
Donald Trump, Brexit, the rise of Pauline Hanson. That’s fine. However, if we continue this path of who’s complaint is loudest, I fear for the next election cycle.
Because there wasn’t an election yesterday, we’re running one. We’re going to make Times New Roman great again. Vote now!
Mornin’, Angle. What happened after the Sandman visited you? Well, a journalist live-tweeted the Istanbul attack, the Oscars got marginally less white and the Internet got cynical. Standard.