Bernard KeaneMay 27, 2016
Chris Bowen and Scott Morrison went head-to-head today but the exchanges focused primarily on the budget, not the wider economy.
Bernard KeaneMay 27, 201613 Comments
Whatever the parties' plans for campaigning this week, they were derailed as they went gaffe-for-gaffe in an idiots' slugfest.
Bernard KeaneMay 27, 20165 Comments
Data this week shows that it's unclear where the next source of growth in the economy is going to come from. This should be the central question of the election campaign.
Bernard KeaneMay 25, 20167 Comments
Melbourne University admits its Dental School is using live greyhounds for dental and other medical studies, before killing them.
Bernard KeaneMay 25, 20169 Comments
Election campaign claims of budget black holes are now an empty ritual of politics, but Scott Morrison has achieved the rare feat of making his damaging for his own side.
Bernard KeaneMay 24, 201614 Comments
There's never been a more exciting time to dig large holes, as Bernard Keane joins Scott Morrison on a large building site in western Sydney.
Bernard KeaneMay 24, 20168 Comments
We've made progress in reducing the number of young men who take their lives, but in other areas the news is not so good, new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics reveals.
Bernard KeaneMay 24, 20163 Comments
The election remains too close to call, with Labor hanging on to the narrowest of leads, today's Essential Report shows.
Bernard KeaneMay 23, 201619 Comments
Australia has an escalating war on whistleblowing and it is damaging to the national interest. It's time to stop AFP leak raids.