Any self-respecting journalist (or even a former one who, after 55 years, “jumped the shark” to become a senator) would have had to lead this week’s diary with salacious details of the Lionel Murphy scandal. I mean, what a feast for an investigative journo, after the Speaker of the House of Reps Tony Smith and […]
I called a fellow Senator a "boofhead" on Twitter the other day. I regret nothing.
Derryn Hinch's citizenship dramas and section 44 questions are put to bed, and the Coalition's Kill Bill strategy seems to be working.
Derryn Hinch reflects upon the pelvic mesh Senate inquiry and why political name-calling is ramping up already.
Behind the scene Senate dealings lead me to believe there are those in the Labor camp who would vote No on same-sex marriage, writes Derryn Hinch, but why do they refuse to say so?
Derryn Hinch reflects on how questions about his citizenship inadvertently started this now Government threatening dual citizenship debacle.
It’s hard to believe, as the Turnbull government again blocks a free vote on marital matters, that Ming, the so-called Liberal Moses, did just the opposite.
The area Derryn Hinch was in is on the Australian government's official no-go list for tourists, but he was there as part of a parliamentary delegation with Save the Children.
It’s hard to believe that Ludlam would become the third non-senator to be forced to fall on his rusty sword this 45th Parliament. But I shall not be the fourth, writes Senator Derryn Hinch.