Margot SavilleSep 30, 20161 Comment
A veritable who's who of Australian figures turned up to listen to Malcolm Turnbull blow smoke up Chris Mitchell's arse.
Margot SavilleSep 28, 20167 Comments
Toowoomba doctor David van Gend launched his controversial anti-marriage equality book last night to the fanfare of some old, white suburbanites.
Myriam RobinSep 15, 20167 Comments
Rupert Murdoch likes editors with ideas, but he fills the commercial side with 'yes men', according to Chris Mitchell.
Helen RazerSep 13, 201622 Comments
The Brisbane Writers Festival wanted Lionel Shriver to make a controversial speech. She did. Then the festival hung her out to dry.
Myriam RobinAug 26, 2016
Battle stations at the Miles Franklin as the Oz tells everyone who won a day early.
Margot SavilleJun 30, 2016
Legal and political luminaries were out in force to see the 92-year-old.
CrikeyJun 24, 2016
How do Australia's finest cartoonists represent our Prime Minister?
Jun 23, 20168 Comments
Parallel import restrictions are a ridiculous protectionist holdover, and their time is up, writes Evan Mulholland, media and communications manager at the Institute of Public Affairs.
Margot SavilleDec 11, 20157 Comments
Many commentators think Malcolm Turnbull will be in residence at Kirribilli for many years to come. But Paddy Manning, the author of a new book on Turnbull, is not so sure ...
Myriam RobinNov 26, 20156 Comments
Publishers, predictably, want to keep Australia's restrictions on importing books as they are. But savvy customers and e-book sales mean it soon might not matter anyway.