Stephen MayneJun 6, 20161 Comment
How much should editorial staff be able to control the placement of political ads in newspapers during an election campaign?
Stephen MayneMay 30, 20162 Comments
Does TV host James Mathison stand a chance against Tony Abbott? He'll need more than celebrity.
Stephen MayneMay 26, 20162 Comments
Australia's political disclosure laws are woefully inadequate.
Stephen MayneMay 23, 20164 Comments
The media has been slack in reporting on political donations, but that is about to change with a Four Corners investigation tonight.
Stephen MayneMay 16, 20167 Comments
There’s a lot of hedging of bets so far during this campaign on the question of post-election alliances.
Stephen MayneMay 11, 20163 Comments
Yet more questions about the governance practices and standards within the conservative Kevin Andrews' political machine.
Stephen MayneMay 9, 201611 Comments
Stephen Mayne is running as a pro-Turnbull, liberal-minded independent in Menzies.
Stephen MayneMay 2, 20165 Comments
If the United States elects Donald Trump its president, Australia should try to lure away American companies.
Stephen MayneApr 29, 20166 Comments
It’s a question of so far so good for NXT, but execution risk is high, resources are scarce and the major parties are hunting for chinks in the armour.
Stephen MayneApr 27, 20164 Comments
The Murdochs are very skilled at leveraging public funds for their favourite causes -- and then bashing the very people who handed over those funds.