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A guide for naughty ministers: how to control the media during an expenses scandal

A guide for naughty ministers: how to control the media during an expenses scandal

Emily WatkinsApr 24, 20177 Comments

Rule No. 1: if you're a pollie embroiled in an travel expenses scandal, it's best to say something meaningful, ASAP.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

CrikeyFeb 10, 20172 Comments

Australia Post's bad week ... Andrew Laming shifts teacher fight to unions ... Old Macdonald wants his Gold Pass ...

Turnbull goes for the low-hanging fruit in Gold Pass cut

Turnbull goes for the low-hanging fruit in Gold Pass cut

Josh TaylorFeb 7, 201714 Comments

It sounds like a big deal, but not many MPs were claiming the Life Gold Pass anymore.

What happens in Parliament when nothing is happening in Parliament

What happens in Parliament when nothing is happening in Parliament

Josh TaylorFeb 6, 2017

Sadly, it's not quite a Night at the Museum deal.

How many expenses scandals can one govt have?

CrikeyJan 30, 20173 Comments

The thing is though, charter flights aren't always an unnecessary luxury.

Are you happy to pay for the PM to go see the Wallabies v All Blacks?

CrikeyJan 13, 201715 Comments

Steve Ciobo thinks you are.

'Expenses' is the word for now, but will we care in six months?

Josh TaylorJan 13, 201717 Comments

Expenses dominated the first full working week of 2016, as the vacuum of summer news is filled with rorts.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

CrikeyJan 13, 20176 Comments

Ciobo's defence ... Rogers' rabbiting ... not dead yet ...

One Nation's 'web-based computer programme' will fix everything wrong with govt, you guys

One Nation's 'web-based computer programme' will fix everything wrong with govt, you guys

Josh TaylorJan 12, 201714 Comments

A web-based computer program to cure what ails our travel entitlements. And our government contracts. Which are a teensy bit conflated but look, never mind.

Taxpayers foot $2 million bill for jetsetting pollies during election campaign

Taxpayers foot $2 million bill for jetsetting pollies during election campaign

Josh Taylor and Myriam RobinJan 11, 20178 Comments

Australian taxpayers paid over $2 million for politicians to fly around Australia during the eight-week 2016 federal election campaign.