Bernard Keane has put together the inaugural Crikey 22-Question Canberra Wonkout Quiz. Do you know the answers to these probing interrogatories?
We told you we’d be asking questions, so we hope you’ve been paying attention. Crikey’s Canberra Correspondent Bernard Keane is full bottle on all that has happened in the federal parliament through 2008 and he’s put together the inaugural Crikey 22-Question Canberra Wonkout Quiz. Do you know the answers to these probing interrogatories? How did Julie […]
Which part of the word “mandatory” doesn’t Telstra understand? Asks Bernard Keane.
Well done, Mr Rudd -- you’ve invented a scheme that actually punishes low emitters and rewards heavy emitters, writes Bernard Keane.
As I leafed through the vast folder looking for information, I became aware that a number of journalists around me had skipped straight to Chapter 17, where household assistance measures were discussed. Bernard Keane reports from the lock up.
The Government has restructured its emissions trading scheme to deliver even greater assistance to Australia’s biggest polluters, writes Bernard Keane.
It was only a couple of weeks ago that the word on everyone’s lips was deficit, writes Bernard Keane.
The surrender is virtually complete. Our biggest polluters have won, and the rest of us will be paying for it under a joke of an emissions trading scheme that encompasses a significant transfer of wealth to our largest polluters, writes Bernard Keane.
The NSW Liberal Party continues to accept donations from tobacco companies despite both Malcolm Turnbull and Joe Hockey urging people to quit smoking, writes Bernard Keane.