While The Big Smoke has at its heart impartiality around issues of the day, the topic of Chan and Sukumaran warrants commentary, so TBS Editor PB weighs in on this life or death issue.
In the first of the “TBS Ten” interview series, The Hon. Trevor Ashley, First Lady of Oxford Street tells us about that “sitch” with Julie Bishop…
Pointing out how ageist Australia is and how insensitive Julie Bishop has been, Mike Welsh pens an open letter to Foreign Affairs Minister over her “sixty is the new forty comment”.
With FA Minister Julie Bishop calling for “really, like heaps more” direct action over climate change, TBS Editor Paul Bugeja wonders what the hell is going on?
For all the media beat-up around Julie Bishop and her popularity at the moment, Conrad Liveris has little doubt she will never rise any further than her current position in a Coalition government.
If we supposedly live in a democracy, Michael Burrill asks why politicians and the media are trying to dictate who can protest, when they can and how they do it.
When protest turns from voicing your beliefs to physically attacking someone, Alexandra Tselios feels you have lost your right to have your say.
It could have been a woman, should have been a woman and Alexandra Tselios wants to know why a female Liberal MP wasn’t given the chance to be the new NSW Premier…
With Schapelle Corby free to jump back on her boogie board, Paris says good on her and also has something to say about Julie Bishop and souvenir Buddhas. Of course.