Bernard Keane October 23, 2017
Politicians' personal lives should always be a no-go unless there's a compelling public interest case for dragging them through the media.
Bernard Keane October 20, 2017 14 Comments
Julie Bishop made a dill of herself over New Zealand. The fact that she hasn't worked it out suggests her lack of judgement continues.
Bernard Keane October 20, 2017 19 Comments
The car industry cost Australians billions of dollars based on a misguided sense that car manufacturing was more important than other industries. But in retrospect, it looks cheap.
Bernard Keane October 19, 2017 11 Comments
The Brits had a go at Rio Tinto and have already settled. The Americans are now having their go. But in Australia, our corporate regulator is studiously silent.
Derryn Hinch October 19, 2017 11 Comments
It's not every day a former PM gives you such gratuitous advice.
Bernard Keane October 19, 2017 6 Comments
If Labor signed on to the government's energy policy, it would deliver everything Malcolm Turnbull doesn't want, including more fuel for Tony Abbott's vendetta.
Bernard Keane October 18, 2017 9 Comments
While they were lecturing Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard about tax, Rio Tinto was engaged in massive destruction of shareholder wealth. Now the US corporate regulator is gunning for them.
Bernard Keane October 18, 2017 51 Comments
There are a few tricks to Malcolm Turnbull's new energy policy. Here's how he did it.
Bernard Keane October 17, 2017 14 Comments
The government's new energy regulation-based energy policy isn't about trying to avoid a fight with Tony Abbott -- but instead about a desperate government that needs a political weapon.
Bernard Keane October 17, 2017 10 Comments
Our light-touch rules on MPs and lobbying are a relic from an age before politics was professional and lobbying was big business.