Aug 7, 200821 Comments
Is there enough water in the Murray Darling to save the Coorong? No one - least of all Penny Wong -- knows for sure, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 7, 20085 Comments
On paper, a Pacific gues worker scheme ticks boxes, writes Bernard Keane, but you can expect an almighty political argument before it becomes a reality.
Aug 6, 2008
125 taxes, 90% of revenue from 10 of them ... the reform of the tax system has just taken a step forward, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 6, 20084 Comments
The rise of Rob Oakeshott represents a vast lost opportunity for the ailing National Party, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 6, 20083 Comments
Never mind what The Australian and the other palls of Big Retail say, there is merit in the Government's response to the ACCC's grocery reoport, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 5, 200810 Comments
The will he-won't he Costello saga is beginning to look like a calculated act of bastardry, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 5, 2008
Paul Chadwick, ABC Director of Editorial Policies, sent out an 8-page NT election missive consisting of equal parts corporate cheerleading and statements of the bleeding obvious, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 4, 20086 Comments
It’s high time we stopped treating the Australian automotive industry as a special case and saw it as the costly rort it is, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 1, 200817 Comments
Brendan Nelson spent months deliberating an emissions trading system, and it only led him to equivocation, writes Bernard Keane.
Aug 1, 200811 Comments
The IOC knew all along that they would, but thought it convenient to lie about it. Quelle surprise. By Bernard Keane.