A loophole that allows the same person to serve as the registered officer for more than one political party is likely to be closed.
A 63-year-old Catholic nun is proving an unlikely fillip for Sydney activists. A social progressive for 35 years, Sister Maribeth Larkin is teaching Australians how it's done.
Trish Crossin was dumped from Labor's Senate ticket in the Northern Territory and she's got plenty to say in hindsight. Crikey gave the veteran Senator her parliamentary exit interview.
A two-part Crikey investigation into an illegitimate overseas student group accused of scams and rorts has led to an unprecedented government crackdown.
The Victorian branch of the ALP is still falling behind the national target when it comes to female representation, but with fewer men being elected this time around, gains are being made.
A troubling series of events involving The Australian newspaper and coverage of a supposedly "anti-Semitic attack" have left University of NSW political rivals sickened.
Mysterious international student agitator Jan "Master" Shang's web stretches far and wide. Crikey investigates his business dealings and offerings to students.
Retired Liberal backbencher Judi Moylan talks to Crikey about why she crossed the floor on single parent payments, the asylum seeker debate and how an "accidental MP" like her can make a difference.