The focus will again be on Julie Bishop in Question Time today after she failed ask a single question yesterday, writes Bernard Keane.
This old guy, he’s seriously old, like he’s now nothing but eyebrows, but he’s tough and he’s in his mansion where he hangs out and he’s thinking back to some adventure, writes Bernard Keane.
The Federal Opposition is set to raise its focus on mandatory detention and border security, with this morning’s joint party room meeting debating illegal immigration at length, reports Bernard Kenae.
Someone is taking pot shots at Julie Bishop via The Australian. The question is, who, writes Bernard Keane.
The ALP held a first anniversary fundraising event in Sydney on Friday evening. But the star of the event was MIA. Bernard Keane muses on the reason.
The NT Health Minister is under intense pressure following the tabling of a damning report by the NT Health Services Commissioner on the s-xual assault of a five-month old Aboriginal girl in the paediatric ward of Royal Darwin Hospital in 2006, writes Bernard Keane.
Rudd's Government is, to use its own words, way behind the curve when it comes to the public desire for a fundamental reworking of federation, writes Bernard Keane.
No Government should be entirely comfortable with such people as Warwick Marsh and Barry Williams as a representative of a taxpayer-funded program, writes Bernard Keane.