Crikey readers discuss the reporting of politicians' personal lives, Morrison's inaction on climate change and abolishing Australia day.
Some clarifications and responses to our lead story yesterday.
The far-right show must go on, the Oz finally finds what they're looking for, and is there trouble at the Victorian State Revenue Office?
Crikey readers discuss drug use in Australia, the Nationals and the need for public ownership of sport.
Crikey readers discuss the Murray-Darling crisis, Labor's plans for teachers and Dutton's plans for a sex offenders register.
Five concerned teachers explain why Labor's plan to increase the required ATAR to study teaching is not just wrongheaded, but regressive.
Welcome to the bumper holiday edition of Side View, in which my Crikey colleagues have joined me to curate their favourite pieces of writing, talking, reporting or filmmaking of 2018 (or, for some of us who cheated, other years). Whether you've got your feet up enjoying a break, or are back at it already, we hope you'll find plenty of entertainment in our recommendations, and we'll see you all in a couple of weeks.
Crikey readers discuss Bill Shorten, the ABC and the continued threat of wage stagnation.