In the wake of the titanic Nine/Fairfax merger, former PM Paul Keating eviscerated one for enabling the other.
Happy Sunday! This week NZ made us look old, a very important bill cleared the first hurdle and one citizen took on the man…with bants!
Some particularly rough #AusPol discourse, stolen identities and a metamorphosis into an inanimate object. Move over, Juarez, here comes Canberra.
A hung up phone, a search for an Internet bride and the canonisation of Joe Hockey. I’d ask who won the sack race of #AusPol this week, but it seems pointless.
One week closer to Trump, and seemingly the edge of reason. The week that flew by also featured Pauline cleaning house and a radical new way to love your job. Don’t ask…
Some sweet labelling, a nineties throwback and truckload of sour grapes defined #AusPol this week. But who won?
The Shorten zinger that pegged Bernardi was good. But where does it measure in the pantheon of Australian political insults? You decide!
Roger Pugh argues the only way to guard against the prospect of Australia being “Trumped” is to accept nothing less than the PM we deserve.
John Preston has witnessed the tearing down of many a member of the Australian cult of personality, but he argues that these days we don’t need them. We have ourselves.