Crikey blogs November 9, 2016 2 Comments
An edited Remembrance Day speech from federal Labor MP Luke Gosling.
Crikey blogs October 30, 2014 2 Comments
In search for Hockey's pizza ... Trick or treating at Fairfax ... Katter's happy about fuel prices ...
Crikey blogs October 17, 2014
Former federal independent MP Rob Oakeshott thanks Ebola victim Thomas Duncan -- his death will be a wake-up call to the "advanced" world.
Crikey blogs November 26, 2013
Australia has a poor history of persecuting artists. Questions need to be answered about police censorship of the arts, writes Mark Holsworth for Daily Review.
Crikey blogs July 23, 2013
The George Zimmerman trial brought many hot button issues to the fore, predominantly race and gun laws. But the testimony of a 19-year-old woman also revealed prejudice towards non-stand varieties of English, writes John Olstad.
Crikey blogs July 1, 2013
In a new marketing campaign, the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation claim four out of five indigenous kids in remote communities can't read. It's an incorrect statistic and its wrong of them to pretend otherwise, writes Greg Dickson.
Crikey blogs May 23, 2013
On any given day, a person with serious mental illness is twice as likely to die. A national meeting tomorrow will be the first of its kind -- and all eyes will be watching how the money is doled out, writes Mark Ragg.
Crikey blogs May 20, 2013
In addition to the wacky tunes and party time atmosphere, Eurovision is a great chance for linguistic nerds to observe flamboyant lesser-known European languages, writes Lauren Gawne.
Crikey blogs May 15, 2013
Joe Hockey described the federal budget as a 'magical pudding', becoming the latest in a long line of politicians to use the metaphor. Piers Kelly explores its literary origins.
Crikey blogs May 2, 2013
Crikey's new blog Truth to Tell, by former political and media advisor James Rose, explores the many issues spotlit by truth tellers of the entertainment world.