The LNP has handed what should be a reasonably safe seat to a local youth whose main claim to fame is invading the stage of the 2005 final episode of Big Brother to publicise his band, writes Bernard Keane.
The Government will consider the possibility of legal content being blocked by its mandatory internet censorship scheme, writes Bernard Keane.
You get the impression from senior Coalition senators that they’re not prepared to do the hard work of sifting through material and building a case in the search for embarrassing revelations, writes Bernard Keane.
If Labor was so anxious to tar Malcolm Turnbull as some sort of out-of-touch plutocrat, it should double the effort with Hockey, because in his case it’s true, writes Bernard Keane.
Penny Wong isn’t really to blame for the growing debacle of the Government’s emissions trading scheme plans. She’s a cipher for Kevin Rudd, writes Bernard Keane.
This week's shambles keeps coming back to structural issues within the Liberal Party, writes Bernard Keane.
The fact that a Disputes Committee has not even been established until after preselections are over indicates a remarkable faith in the amity of LNP candidates, writes Bernard Keane.
The ground is shifting under the Government’s climate change approach and its previously politically strong position on the issue is being undermined, writes Bernard Keane.