Bernard KeaneOct 25, 2016
The Prime Minister's cybersecurity adviser has criticised the Australian Bureau of Statistics' failings in its dealing with IBM, which led to the debacle of census night.
Michael BradleyOct 25, 201630 Comments
What half-decent professional would accept a job under Brandis' purview now?
Alex MitchellOct 25, 20165 Comments
Lucy Turnbull has a very ambitious plan to revamp Sydney into three cities. And it just so happens NSW is flush with cash from the sale of its poles and wires.
Bernard KeaneOct 25, 20162 Comments
Australians rate Islamic State as the greatest threat to peace and stability, but the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency is second.
Oct 25, 20161 Comment
Andrew Barr's newly re-elected ACT government could end up with a deadlock in the party room, writes Labor insider Ben Chiefly
Michael SainsburyOct 25, 20165 Comments
In China’s three-tiered legal system, once a major operation such as this has been executed, the chances for anyone are slim.
Bernard KeaneOct 25, 201624 Comments
The Solicitor-General is an important independent office within the Commonwealth; as Justin Gleeson's resignation shows, it is being badly damaged by George Brandis.
Bernard KeaneOct 24, 20168 Comments
The ongoing stoush between George Brandis and Justin Gleeson has reached boiling point, with the Solicitor-General tendering his resignation.
Bernard KeaneOct 24, 201619 Comments
When it comes to Scott Morrison talking about the states dealing with land housing supply and infrastructure, we've been there, done that under previous governments.
Oct 24, 201616 Comments
There's a difference between voting for Trump's mad policies and voting for transformation, writes election strategist Toby Ralph.