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.
Aug 1, 200825 Comments
It’s fair to say that, despite the best efforts of News Ltd editors, the common view in the press gallery has been that Costello left politics the day after the 2007 election, it’s just that he hasn’t got around to checking out yet. Bernard Keane muses on Costellogy.
Jul 31, 20084 Comments
Yesterday’s High Court decision in Northern Territory of Australia v Arnhem Land Aboriginal Land Trust is one of those left-field events that can disrupt the entire political narrative of the nation, writes Bernard Keane.
Jul 31, 2008
The Liberal-National merger is likely to be ratified by the Federal Liberal Party as early as this week, according to Liberal sources, writes Bernard Keane.
Jul 30, 20087 Comments
Yesterday Brendan Nelson invited the Government to talk to him about emissions trading, and particularly the issue of starting in 2010. Let's call that an about-turn, writes Bernard Keane.
Jul 30, 20088 Comments
The notion of a user-edited source of knowledge simply excites the vandal in me. And that's why I got wacky with politicians' Wiki. Bernard Keane explains.
Jul 30, 200817 Comments
It’s impossible to have a serious debate on the nuclear issue at the moment. And yet it's an important discussion, writes Bernard Keane.
Jul 29, 20081 Comment
Despite the presence of a helicopter at Tarin Kowt, sources have said transport was dispatched from Kandahar an hour to the south, writes Bernard Keane.