Crikey May 13, 2014 1 Comment
Bureaucratic deck chairs have been shuffled, some tossed overboard, but in the main the good ship HMAS Australia has come through relatively unscathed, writes The Mandarin publisher Tom Burton.
Crikey Intern January 17, 2014 5 Comments
Victoria and South Australia will finally expunge those convicted of consensual gay sex. So will other states follow? Crikey intern Broede Carmody examines the roadmap.
Crikey December 9, 2013
Gay couples in the ACT are nervously awaiting a decision on whether their historic new unions will stand. Farz Edraki attended some of the country's first same-sex weddings for Crikey.
Bernard Keane December 4, 2013 32 Comments
The tactics of the Obama administration's war on whistleblowers and journalists have now been openly deployed in Australia. The Coalition government is on the attack.
Bernard Keane December 2, 2013 15 Comments
Protecting the corridor of a high-speed rail network that will never be built will inflict significant damage on outer suburbs in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Crikey October 31, 2013 13 Comments
The ACT gay marriage act is in deliberate breach of the constitution and is designed only to embarrass the Prime Minister, writes gay rights activist and former Democrats leader Brian Greig.
Crikey October 25, 2013 8 Comments
Canberra: a great place to live, or akin to being embalmed alive in a dull, overly planned city of public servants? We asked our readers to decide, and the verdict was clear. Read the winners in our Crikey comp here ...
Bernard Keane October 22, 2013 1 Comment
Opposition to same-sex marriage is fading, and Tony Abbott's approval is picking up, today's Essential Report finds.
Crikey October 14, 2013 1 Comment
It looks like the ACT will pass same-sex marriage laws, and the feds will try to knock them down in the High Court. ANU constitutional law lecturer Ryan Goss looks at the legal aspects of the looming stoush.
Crikey October 3, 2013 1 Comment
The ACT wants to legalise gay marriage but there's a bevvy of legal challenges the bill could face. David Donaldson lists the obstacles ... and finds the big problem could be divorce, not marriage.