For this most fastidious of politicians in declaring her own pecuniary interests to not bat an eyelid at her dud boyfriend's shenanigans shows just how meaningless those declarations are.
We thought Gladys Berejiklian was one of the good ones. But her personal decisions reinforced the entrenched NSW culture of sordid, self-interest deals.
As Australian politics descends further into a swamp of scandal and misconduct, the need for a properly effective federal ICAC -- and not the farce proposed by the Morrison government -- is greater than ever.
Gladys Berejiklian's image of being strong, focused, sober and pragmatic has been shattered by being 'weak' enough to pick a dud boyfriend.
With cases stubbornly staying in the double digits, is there any light at the end of the tunnel?
The current inquiry into the fitness of Crown to retain its casino licence in NSW is not the real question. The real question is how it got one in the first place.
New donation rules aim to stop people like Clive Palmer from derailing elections. But experts are worried they won't be enough ...
Do Dan Andrews' lockdown measures really reflect the current data?
The Queensland election campaign has offered an ugly reminder of the extent to which sexism still plays a part in our political discourse.