July 20, 2004
The Bomber bombs while Iron Mark rusts away? Not quite.
July 15, 2004
Is Malcolm Farr being inconsistent in the way he treated John Howard and Mark Latham when they spread rumours about themselves. Political gossip Jannette Hazel examines the issues.
July 11, 2004
Who would have thought Rupert Murdoch would become a champion in fighting the Howard Government over Freedom of Information? Read on.
July 9, 2004
Crikey is awarding the gong for loopiest political column of the year to The Australian's Ross Fitzgerald for reasons that Barry Bananas is only too happy to explain.
July 7, 2004
Mark Latham's colourful background has kept the media very busy over
the last few days and Crikey has been watching the whole sorry affair
from the safety of our bunker. See how drama unfolded in the
subscriber only emails here:
July 2, 2004
The Second Commandment “You can tell when a budget passes the McKell test … It does pass the McKell test.” Craig Knowles, Minister for Infrastructure and Planning, about last week’s Budget, not doing quite enough to score a Subs for Mention. Goodbye Tony, Hello Eric Last week, Tony Burke, one of Labor’s leading lights in […]
June 25, 2004
John Howard is so desperate to dash to the polls, he will force both Houses of Parliament to sit over the weekend - here comes the August poll
June 23, 2004
All this August 7 talk is guesswork - but it's educated guesswork.
June 23, 2004
Shrubhuggers seem to make us green around the gills. Why?
June 16, 2004
Over the long weekend Crikey had a special Saturday edition of our
subscriber only email to keep Crikey fans busy. After all they did have all that extra time on
their hands. Here's a sample of some of our Garrett coverage: