If you want to see a pretty pack of pollies, you need look no further than James Packer's new political mates. The billionaire's offices in Sydney's Park Street are now becoming a stronghold for the Labor Party in exile.
Tim Flannery was taken out of context and ridiculed over comments he made to an Australian Medical Association conference. It’s unfair, writes AMA President Dr Steve Hambleton.
Paul Howes understands, better than almost anyone in Australian politics, the power of being a media tart. The 30-year old's self-confident, self-aggrandising style has won him plenty of enemies while putting him exactly where he wants to be: at the centre of our national conversation.
Pyne and Abbott fight it out for the Lower House sprint, Julian Assange will learn his extradition fate tonight and XXXX Gold's hard-earned first.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard finally gets some good news, AEC talks voting numbers and Google's Australia chief wants more local tech innovation.
The weekend's shambles around the announcement of the first Enterprise Migration Agreement (EMA) is a pretty good illustration of the dysfunctional, incompetent state of Australian political policy-making.
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