December 15, 2018
The truth behind housing market forecasts
As the media, politicians and those with a vested interest scaremonger over the housing market, the reality is far less bleak – for those who aren’t renting, at least.
November 10, 2018
Kerry O’Brien reflects on John Howard
For a significant part of Kerry O’Brien’s career, John Howard dominated Australian politics. The award-winning journalist talks about the former PM’s divisive recipe for success.
October 13, 2018
The power of Alan Jones
As advertising on the Opera House shows the political influence of Alan Jones, his rivals and confidants marvel at his singular power.
November 3, 2018
How Murdoch got the kids off Nauru
Behind the snap decision to remove all asylum-seeker children from Nauru was a carefully orchestrated campaign to harness the power of the News Corp tabloids.
October 6, 2018
ABC board stacking rife
The long-running practice of stacking the ABC board with politically partisan appointees has come under renewed criticism after the rancorous departures of Justin Milne and Michelle Guthrie.
April 14, 2018
The system driving live animal exports
The mass deaths of live exports are no surprise; they show an essential conflict in the priorities of a department shaped by Barnaby Joyce.
March 24, 2018
The George Pell committal hearing
As the preliminary hearing continues into allegations against George Pell of historical sexual offences, the tone of the cardinal’s possible defence is becoming clear.
February 24, 2018
Furore at the ABC
Two recent controversies at the ABC – the handling of the secret cabinet files and treatment of chief economics correspondent Emma Alberici – have left senior staff furious at what they see as incompetent managerialism.
February 24, 2018
Joyce gone, but Coalition still a mess
Embarrassing gaffes, recalcitrance, infighting and Joyce’s resignation – the hits just keep on coming for the Coalition.
February 17, 2018
Inside Protect Victoria
While Protect Victoria promotes itself as a non-political and non-racist group, its biased portrayal of crime is increasing fear and making it a recruitment hub for far-right radicals.
law & crime
February 10, 2018
Federal war on news and truth
As the government looks for easy votes in national security, clumsy legislation finds an unexpected enemy in the News Corp tabloids.
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