Alan Davies October 13, 2017 16 Comments
According to many residents, Sydney has suddenly reached capacity. But the problem isn't a physical one: it's political.
Bernard Keane October 12, 2017 5 Comments
Don't ever think NSW Labor won't seize a political opportunity over principle any day of the week.
Max Chalmers October 4, 2017 9 Comments
If Lee Rhiannon is able to retain her spot on the Greens' Senate ticket, the result will be broadly interpreted as a severe rebuke of Richard Di Natale’s leadership and pave the way for an awkward federal campaign.
Bernard Keane October 2, 2017 12 Comments
Is the Commonwealth Grants Commission about to force states like NSW and Victoria to let rip with fracking? Not quite. But it's an intriguing idea.
Michael Sainsbury September 22, 2017 7 Comments
The creaking Nationals are in damage control after a homophobic slur dominates preselections.
Crikey September 20, 2017 4 Comments
The NSW government is abandoning the public need for national parks when we need them most, writes former head of Prime Minister and Cabinet John Menadue.
Crikey September 6, 2017 10 Comments
In this case, what happened in Utopia was actually less ridiculous than the real-life equivalent, writes former board member of Prime Minister and Premiers Road Reform Project Luke Fraser.
Sally Whyte August 31, 2017 3 Comments
Robin Speed of the Rule of Law Institute has called for the resignation of Pauline Wright of the NSW Law Society over her public support of marriage equality. But what even is the Rule of Law Institute?
Crikey August 22, 2017 4 Comments
Heather Douglas (Professor of Law, University of Queensland) and Caroline de Costa (Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, James Cook University) investigate a recent case of a woman being charged with illegally aborting her own pregnancy and question what was gained by this absurd process.
Paula Matthewson August 4, 2017 10 Comments
It's difficult to tell how successful, if at all, the young Senator will be at convincing the public he has rehabilitated.