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Doyle wins the debate

CrikeyNov 11, 2002

After supporting Labor in the Federal election, Crikey is leaning back towards the Liberals in Victoria which might explain our view that Robert Doyle clearly won Friday night's debate. We thought it was quite decisive - but our politics expert, Wendy Wedge, begs to differ. Read her response below.

Wendy Wedge on Robert Doyle

CrikeyNov 10, 2002

Wendy Wedge rates Robert Doyle's performance in Friday night's election debate with Steve Bracks...and finds him wanting.

Inside the Victorian ALP

CrikeyNov 10, 2002

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Hillary: Gough Whitlam exclusive

CrikeyNov 3, 2002

Hillary has been doing some interesting extrapolation this week.

Hillary: Democrat gang warfare

CrikeyOct 28, 2002

The rest of the Gang of Four plus a few others have their say on the partys direction.

Wendy Wedge on Bali fallout

CrikeyOct 17, 2002

Crikey's wedge politics expert Wendy Wedge always cuts to the chase on the political implications of major events and has done precisely that with this column on the Bali bombings.

Hillary: Sime's triumph continues

CrikeyOct 13, 2002

Hillary Bray = great columnist. Nuff said.

Kennett part III: the new political environment

CrikeyOct 6, 2002

The third, and final, extract from an as yet unpublished book by Kevin Balshaw, a senior staffer in Jeff Kennett's office during the term of his government 1992-97, which sets out to examine not only the Kennett years but the changing dynamics of Australian politics.*

Part 1: Exclusive extracts from new book on Kennett

CrikeyOct 6, 2002

The first extract from an as yet unpublished book by Kevin Balshaw, a senior staffer in Jeff Kennett's office during the term of his government 1992-97, which sets out to examine not only the Kennett years but the changing dynamics of Australian politics.*

Anatomy of a revolution

CrikeyOct 6, 2002

As the final part of Kevin Balshaw's series on the Kennett years, his former speechwriter has provided a chronological list of the Kennett reforms from his first term which the Fin Review editorialised last week was long and distinguished.

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