Some have criticised Julia Gillard’s latest foray into online chat as trite — but others see it as a valuable communications medium for both politicians and the public.
Clive Palmer announces a tilt at federal politics (and new cruise ship plans), Twiggy Forrest has another crack at Wayne Swan and Bill Shorten becomes an internet sensation.
The Labor government’s lost the authority and audience to deliver a compelling, influential message – and has handed the ability to dictate the national debate to the Opposition in the process.
No person has snatched, wielded and lost more power in the past eighteen months than Julian Assange. We spoke to one of the world's most wanted men about why he does it.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke to The Power Index about the lack of assistance from the federal government over his prolonged overseas legal plight, as he prepares for his latest appeal against extradition in a London Supreme Court.
Stephen Conroy is the most powerful Media Maestro in Australia, beating the Sun King, Rupert Murdoch, into second place. And here's why.
The answer to Julia Gillard’s woes could be right on the tip of her tongue. If a weekly radio address works for the US president, it could work on the PM’s popularity too.
When more than a million people tuned in to watch Nine's coverage of the NRL finals last Friday night, it's doubtful they were expecting to be drawn into a Canberra bunfight.
He seemingly came out of nowhere, but Bob Katter's gay half-brother Carl, backed by lobby group GetUp!, has well and truly shifted the blowtorch back on to his older sibling in the fiery same-sex marriage debate.