As someone who has faced their own Section 44 challenge, I believe we should consider it a permanent part of our political landscape – for good or ill.
Josh Frydenberg’s eligibility has been quizzed by two residents of his seat of Kooyong, one over his citizenship, the other in bilingually subverting the democratic process.
With Angus Taylor under extreme pressure from parliament over #grassgate, the Morrison government is moving to stop a Senate investigation into his alleged corruption.
What a week it was. Indonesia was rocked by an earthquake, the banks did poorly and one gent immortalised himself with a phone charger.
Josh Frydenberg’s extremely important National Energy Guarantee is up for discussion, but not every state has the energy to play ball.
Sunday. The shortest day of the week – and what a week it was – with pettiness ruling, as Sean Spicer got nasty, and Peter Dutton outdid him, before McDonald’s cooked them both.
An unexpected comment, rattled chains beyond the grave and a rather awkies presser. Who musked themselves in #AusPol this week?
Policy hipsterism, abuse of time travel and the real meaning of Christmas wallpapered the walls of AusPol this week. So who were the winners?
Outlawed grass-stains, a sun-hat’s day in the sun, and farmyard poultry possessing the body of a Senator; seemingly a normal week in #AusPol. But who won? No-one?