This is not the time for our leaders to go all secretive. Australians need information, and they need it to be timely and honest.
The National COVID-19 Commission has been sending out contract after contract – but are they heading for self-serving destinations?
A newsroom owned by the football league it reports on is hopelessly conflicted, as the Mitch Cleary saga shows.
Quelle surprise! The hand-picked and extremely secretive body which includes high-powered fossil-fuel corporates says gas is a gas, gas, gas.
The powerful COVID-19 commission has been made even less transparent, in changes that move it to work as an advisory board to cabinet.
Malcolm Turnbull has called for Nick Xenophon's company to register as a lobbying firm, but Xenophon says those calls 'smack of hypocrisy'.
The PM&C secretary didn't investigate Bridget McKenzie's legal authority in the sports rorts scandal. But that's hardly surprising, given there's no notion of independence in his role.
State governments have a history of rolling over to powerful developers' demands, often turning a blind eye to environmental concerns.
Not only has our former treasurer turned an ambassadorial stint into a new role as a lobbyist, he's recruiting his former diplomatic staff.