Josh TaylorMay 30, 20168 Comments
David Leyonhjelm's controversial adviser Helen Dale (nee Darville) has walked. And he seems to want to replace her without paying tax.
William BoweMay 30, 201613 Comments
Labor is leading in most national polls, yet most people still think the Coalition will romp home. What gives?
Sally WhyteMay 30, 20162 Comments
You never quite know what you are going to get with the Human Headline.
David HenningMay 30, 2016
If two leaders had a debate and nobody cared, did it really happen?
Bernard KeaneMay 30, 20167 Comments
There are few upsides and plenty of downsides to debates, so unless a leader has nothing to lose, they'll tend to be boring, like last night's snoozefest between Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten.
Stephen MayneMay 30, 20162 Comments
Does TV host James Mathison stand a chance against Tony Abbott? He'll need more than celebrity.
Josh TaylorMay 30, 20163 Comments
The man, in his own (very few) words.
May 30, 201612 Comments
No, Labor is not the high-tax party. No, cutting company tax does not have flow-through effects to workers. And then there's the little matter of Turnbull's preselection attempt in 1981. Econometrics reporter Alan Austin fact-checks the Prime Minister.
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.
Joshua HarrisMay 27, 20164 Comments
Both Bill and Malcolm have been talking up their plans for indigenous Australia.