Charlie LewisSep 20, 2017
There will be no smiles for management at Capital Kids Parties, but would Madeline's case hold water?
Charlie LewisSep 19, 201711 Comments
Unlike Lyle Shelton, Karina Okotel has come seemingly from nowhere to become one of the faces of the No campaign.
Charlie LewisSep 15, 20174 Comments
The last time Australian voters had a non-compulsory vote in a federal election, less than 60% of eligible voters turned up. Dealing with a opt-in vote, how do the Yes and No campaigns convert people's support into actual votes?
Charlie LewisSep 11, 201748 Comments
Step 1: talk about freedom. Step 2: talk about the children. Step 3: mention the 260 genders that will result from a Yes vote.
Charlie LewisSep 8, 2017
Good morning, early birds. Both sides of the debate steel themselves after the High Court rules that the marriage equality postal survey can go ahead, and the to and fro over energy continues. It's the news you need to know, with Charlie Lewis.
Charlie LewisSep 7, 20175 Comments
In just the latest blow to staff morale, Border Force staff are facing the prospect of having mistakenly credited annual leave deducted from their wages.
Charlie LewisSep 6, 201711 Comments
Can you bring hats into Parliament? Props? Stunt outfits, like Pauline Hanson's burqa?
Charlie LewisSep 6, 20171 Comment
Confusion continues to reign with Australia's energy policy, wages are set to rise (eventually), and the Socceroos' World Cup qualification hangs by a thread. It's the news you need to know, by Charlie Lewis and Cassidy Knowlton.
Charlie LewisSep 5, 20179 Comments
Stephen Donaghue says the government is on rock-solid ground in both the same-sex marriage postal survey and the sticky question of citizenship. But remember what happened to the last guy who gave advice the government did not like?
Charlie LewisSep 5, 2017
The US and North Korea keep sabre rattling over missile tests. Back home, Bill Shorten has produced his citizenship documents -- but don't expect the debate to calm anytime soon -- and the government weighs its options as the postal survey has its day in court. It's the news you need to know, by Charlie Lewis and Max Chalmers.