Bernard KeaneMay 23, 20176 Comments
Why is a conservative academic getting stuck into Treasurer Scott Morrison? The fingerprints show what's really going on.
Bernard KeaneMay 22, 20178 Comments
The troubled Department of Immigration may prefer to ignore staff anger at its executive rather than deal with it, Crikey has been told.
Bernard KeaneMay 19, 20173 Comments
Finally forced to interview Julian Assange over sexual assault claims, Swedish prosecutors have abandoned their pursuit of the Australian publisher.
Bernard KeaneMay 19, 20178 Comments
The government is looking for a sound policy basis for its regional development policy. It might not have much luck with the Productivity Commission.
Bernard KeaneMay 19, 201710 Comments
There is no area where the Department of Immigration doesn't stuff up. Not even its own accommodation.
Bernard KeaneMay 18, 201730 Comments
Where have all the advocates of wage cuts gone? Australian workers are too highly paid, business insisted for decades. Now wages are falling, and there's silence.
Bernard KeaneMay 17, 20174 Comments
Donald Trump sharing secret information with his Russian handlers is a leaking tradition that is hardly unique to his administration.
Bernard KeaneMay 16, 201713 Comments
The government's new shipbuilding plan confirms we'll be spending millions per job to build naval vessels locally. And some of the jobs won't even be Australian.
Bernard KeaneMay 15, 20177 Comments
BHP Billiton is going to change its name to repair its reputation with the community. We can think of some better ways than changing the letterhead.
Bernard KeaneMay 15, 20179 Comments
Responsibility for the global ransomware attack underway rests with an intelligence community that recklessly stockpiles software flaws for their own use, rather than have them fixed to improve security.