As eccentric art lover and professional gambler David Walsh steps up his battle with the taxman, the economic contribution of his Museum of Old and New Art to Tasmania's struggling state economy is mounting.
Labor MPs are calling for tougher media regulation and new privacy laws after revelations that Channel Nine aired an ex-prostitute's claims against Craig Thomson even though she had recanted from her story.
From faceless political hack to the new face of rugby league? Former Labor sports minister Mark Arbib is in the running to lead the sport after David Gallop ended his tenure of the governing body yesterday.
SBS has today revealed the line-up for its second series of the hit documentary Go Back To Where You Came From, with former Howard defence minister Peter Reith confirmed to join five other well-known Australians for the reality show.
It's a de facto marriage made in populist heaven — the unholy union between the little Aussie huckster Dick Smith and the crass, unquestioning tabloid TV of A Current Affair.
So whose lobbying power really struck this year’s federal budget? Below are some of The Power Index’s top people picks.
Singapore names an orchid after the PM, Rudd shines on Weibo, Nine scores a rare victory.
Desperate for a smoking gun yesterday, silks for Big Tobacco played the Orwell card, accusing the government of engaging in doublespeak over what effect the law will have on their trademarks.
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