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Bernard Keane — Politics Editor

Bernard Keane

Politics Editor

Bernard Keane is Crikey’s political editor. Before that he was Crikey’s Canberra press gallery correspondent, covering politics, national security and economics.

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Rudd's AustChina connections have more Tang

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 19, 20087 Comments

So now we know Kevin Rudd’s dealings with AustChina haven’t been limited to trips to China and sundry other points on the globe., writes Bernard Keane.

Brendan Nelson: idealistic and angry

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 19, 20088 Comments

Judging by his performance at the National Press Club yesterday, Brendan Nelson is angry. Very angry, writes Bernard Keane.

Kate Ellis, the Claytons Minister for Binge Drinking?

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 18, 2008

Why wasn't Kate Ellis, the relevent Minister central to the Government’s binge drinking crackdown, consulted about the development of the package? asks Bernard Keane.

Rudd and AustChina: Moral shields won't protect him

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 18, 200820 Comments

The Government’s links with Beijing AustChina are only just starting to attract scrutiny, writes Bernard Keane.

The Libs need a full Nelson

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 17, 20082 Comments

Bleak times for Liberals? Fortunately, not everyone is so negative, writes Bernard Keane.

The Australian: L’Étranger, le joke

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 17, 20088 Comments

The Australian is now officially detached. From reality, writes Bernard Keane.

Wong's time line may be just hot air

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 17, 200812 Comments

Despite stretching out between now and late 2009, Penny Wong’s timeline won’t be easy, writes Bernard Keane.

Rudd and Gillard face the realities of restraint

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 14, 2008

For the past decade, no-one has had to worry too much about the inflationary impact of wage rises. No more, writes Bernard Keane.

Gillard makes Question Time her own; Nelson regains ground

Bernard Keane writes:Mar 14, 20082 Comments

The Opposition won't be too unhappy with their performance in Parliament this week, reports Bernard Keane.

Labor's Beijing connections continue to perplex

Canberra correspondent Bernard Keane writes:Mar 14, 2008

There are a number of aspects to the connection between Beijing AustChina and senior ALP figures that continue to perplex, writes Bernard Keane.

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