Say what you will about Clive Palmer; the man knows how to woo the public. Crikey headed along to see the Cult of Clive first-hand.
Authors at the Sydney Writers' Festival make a compelling argument that Australia has lost its moral compass. Plus other fantastic events at the Sydney Writers' Festival.
Australia is spying on one in 67 of its citizens, often on suspicion of involvement in terrorism. But are we ignoring the real driver of terrorism in the coming decades -- climate change?
Listening to Scott Morrison talk up OSB is a great way to put yourself in a funereal mood. Plus, why carbs are more dangerous than fat.
Who says women in politics are any more pure and ethical than the men? Plus a famous jailbird offering financial advice, and the art of isolation.
The more educated you are, the more likely you are to work past 65. Plus a new email service to handle sender's remorse, and an artist's year-long experiment.
Bob Carr's diary has been rightly ridiculed, but it's actually a cracking read. Plus how to make your office ever so much more efficient, and sad meals in sadder kitchens.
Arthur Sinodinos left the confines of public life for a well-paying job at NAB, but Australian Water Holdings beckoned ...
After promising to be the "no-surprises" government, boy, did Tony Abbott get us good. Plus what the search for MH370 has done to Malaysia's economy (nothing good) and an excellent street art exhibition.
With Australia allowing -- even encouraging -- politicians to profit from holding ministerial portfolios once they retire from politics, is it any wonder Arthur Sinodinos is in hot water?