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.
Sir Roderick Ian Eddington sits very high indeed in Melbourne's tower of power at 101 Collins Street. His ideas, hatched in another role under the previous Labor government but only now coming to fruition are, quite literally, changing the face of the southern metropolis.
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