Seage: how to turn the NSW sex industry legal

May 19, 2009

It’s time for authorities to rethink the whole brothel thing and I have developed a blueprint for the industry that could be adopted in NSW and throughout Australia, writes Chris Seage.

Naked travel: Where does the money go?

May 18, 2009

Taxpayer funded state tourism authorities spend the dosh from one election cycle to the next, writes Tom Neal Tacker.

Can Walt Secord help NSW Labor regain direction?

May 18, 2009

Premier Bob Carr’s former spinmeister Walt Secord returned to state politics today as chief of staff to the NSW Treasurer Eric Roozendaal, writes Alex Mitchell.

Rudd-Rees “civil war” is a Sydney media fiction

May 15, 2009

Post-budget Sydney media stories that Rudd is waging a "civil war" against NSW Premier Nathan Rees, and that the two are at "loggerheads", are utter nonsense.

Merger of Sydney racing clubs under starter’s orders

May 14, 2009 1

The $2 billion racing industry is too important to be left in the hands of anachronistic racing clubs guided by part-time boards comprising old racing buffs.

Rees on NBN: Gimme gimme gimme!

May 13, 2009

Rudd waves the billions, up go the hands. None more eagerly than NSW Premier Nathan Rees.

Askin era in NSW wasn’t only about corruption

May 7, 2009

It is fraudulent of the NSW Labor Party to insist repeatedly that the late NSW Premier Sir Robert Askin led a government that did nothing more than shuffle brown paper bags full of SP money.

Bob Carr’s excuses backfire explosion

May 6, 2009 3

Former NSW Premier Bob Carr’s attempt to revise recent history and air-brush his record-breaking 10 years in office has ended in a humiliating debacle.

Trouble is that Turnbull’s dead wood is right

May 4, 2009 3

Malcolm Turnbull didn’t become a multimillionaire by being a stranger to big business, writes Irfan Yusuf.

NSW: campaigning for a new Labor

May 4, 2009 1

The chief topic of discourse in Macquarie Street is whether Premier Nathan Rees can repeat what Premier Anna Bligh did in Queensland in March.