Aussies spend more time talking about food and watching cooking programs than we do eating. Flavours from all over the world combine to impact our health, political and cultural habits. But who decides what's on Australia's plates? Next week we're kicking off a new list looking at all things food.
Political power in Canberra has become harder than ever to effectively use, so who's got the skills, popularity and support to wield it best? We're currently counting down the Top 10 most powerful and influential people in Canberra. Here, Bernard Keane presents the shortlist.
Public affairs managers in major companies were once considered little more than mouthpieces. Now, the best operatives report directly to the CEO, have a seat at the decision making table and earn serious dough. It's big business: our top five are at companies like Qantas, Coles and Westfield.
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