Arthur Sinodinos is small, bald, round and friendly. A bit like Dr Evil, but far too nice. And while he's conservatively dressed and understated, like the banker he is, there's a real touch of style to his watch and cufflinks.
Former Liberal Party fundraiser Michael Yabsley believes political donations should be banned.
Advertising gurus say the Minerals Council of Australia's decision to splurge on a new anti-carbon tax campaign is a waste of money.
Forget the long hair, tight black jeans and cold beer, it was all about suits, ties and orange juice at Melbourne's inner-city rock mecca The Tote yesterday morning, as Victorian premier Ted Baillieu took to the club's famous sticky carpet to release a long-awaited report on the city's live music scene.
While some MPs are facing questions as to why they fail to call their electorates home, Kevin Rudd has reaffirmed his commitment to the people of Griffith with the ultimate statement: purchasing a block of land in Brisbane to build a second home just a short stroll away from his existing Norman Park house.
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