Turnbull calls journalism a ‘romantic business’, as Mitchell betrays his sources

Turnbull calls journalism a ‘romantic business’, as Mitchell betrays his sources

September 30, 2016 4

A veritable who's who of Australian figures turned up to listen to Malcolm Turnbull blow smoke up Chris Mitchell's arse.

A night of right-wing radical rage with the ACL and friends

A night of right-wing radical rage with the ACL and friends

September 28, 2016 7

Toowoomba doctor David van Gend launched his controversial anti-marriage equality book last night to the fanfare of some old, white suburbanites.

Rupert Murdoch through the eyes of one of his most loyal editors

Rupert Murdoch through the eyes of one of his most loyal editors

September 15, 2016 7

Rupert Murdoch likes editors with ideas, but he fills the commercial side with 'yes men', according to Chris Mitchell.

Brisbane Writers Festival knew what they were getting with Lionel Shriver

Brisbane Writers Festival knew what they were getting with Lionel Shriver

September 13, 2016 23

The Brisbane Writers Festival wanted Lionel Shriver to make a controversial speech. She did. Then the festival hung her out to dry.

Oz spoils Miles Franklin winner reveal

August 26, 2016

Battle stations at the Miles Franklin as the Oz tells everyone who won a day early.

Electing Abbott put ‘principal lunatic in charge of the asylum’: Tom Hughes

Electing Abbott put ‘principal lunatic in charge of the asylum’: Tom Hughes

June 30, 2016

Legal and political luminaries were out in force to see the 92-year-old.

Malcolm Turnbull, in cartoons

Malcolm Turnbull, in cartoons

June 24, 2016

How do Australia's finest cartoonists represent our Prime Minister?

It’s time to kill parallel import restrictions

It’s time to kill parallel import restrictions

June 23, 2016 8

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.

‘A high-risk option’: Turnbull born to rule, but for how long?

‘A high-risk option’: Turnbull born to rule, but for how long?

December 11, 2015 7

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 ...

Publishers try to hold back the tide on parallel imports

Publishers try to hold back the tide on parallel imports

November 26, 2015 6

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.