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Guy Rundle  — Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle

Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle is correspondent-at-large for Crikey. He's a former editor of Arena Magazine and contributes to a variety of publications in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews

Behind the lines: a communique from the Victorian resistance

Who would have guessed that running a quarantine via the party's neoliberal profit motive could go so horribly wrong!

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

COVID isn't a fad. It never was, never will be, and it's time to consider what that really means

What's happening in the US, and in Victoria, may just be a sign of what our future looks like.

Channel 31's iconic "fishcam".

White dot fever: cleaning up spectrum kills off Channel 31 for no good reason

It's time to rally once again in support of community television.

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Everything sucks: Australia — and the world — just had one hell of a week

ABC cuts, environmental turmoil, virus spikes and political malaise — Australia just had a week, and it's not going to get any better.

Ten reasons why Jacqui Lambie should reject the university funding reform bill

Jacqui Lambie is in a unique spot to derail the government's proposed university fee hike. Here's why she should.

Minister for Education Dan Tehan

How did Dan Tehan stuff up higher education reform so badly?

The government's university fee hike is a sloppy, rushed proposal which will achieve the opposite of what it proposes... but maybe that's the point.

(Image: AAP/Joe Castro)

The ACTU needs to start a daily paper. There's nothing else left

It's time to admit that the entire spectrum of daily newspapers is controlled by the right — and that we need to do something about it.

(Image: AAP/Daniel Pockett)

How ethnic power replaced unions in the Victorian ALP — and what might happen next

If the Adem Somyurek scandal isn't the occasion for a thorough reconstruction of the ALP, the faction-ridden party will come out of it worse than before.

Adem Somyurek (Image: AAP/James Ross)

Glee and envy greet the political death of a Labor warlord. But is this really the end?

Labor factional power broker Adam Somyurek has been sacked from the Andrews government following a damning investigation by Nine. So what's next for Labor'?

A statue of Captain Cook in Sydney (Image: Flickr/Peter Shanks)

Bringing down the death house — and changing the present, future and past

As statues fall into the sea, the right finds itself totally adrift, writes Guy Rundle.