Guy RundleFeb 20, 20175 Comments
You know you don't want to have to read The Australian on the weekend. So we've done it for you.
Alex MitchellNov 2, 20166 Comments
Most observers believe that de-throning Latham is the real purpose of the Coalition’s carefully orchestrated review of ICAC's management and performance.
CrikeyFeb 27, 2015
Will News Corp try and bid for the New York Daily News? And other media tidbits of the day.
Alex MitchellJan 29, 20156 Comments
While the ICAC blowtorch was focused on ALP politicians, conservatives applauded from the sidelines, happy to see Labor’s scandals unearthed and publicised. They seem to have changed their tune.
Myriam RobinMay 5, 201411 Comments
Who's Australia's biggest media tart? From a shallow pool of talent relied on by media to comment on the issues of the day, a few names dominate the airwaves ...
CrikeyMar 28, 2013
Former Victorian premier Jeff Kennett is joining the Seven Network to lead its election coverage. And other media tidbits.
Richard FarmerOct 25, 20111 Comment
Headlines like this one from today's Australian are the kind that should have the Labor Government worried.
Paul BarryAug 26, 20111 Comment
They may not punch with the same force of the past, they may no longer punch at all, but any round-up of Australian Political Fixers would be incomplete without mentioning the men who made fixing an art form.
Stephen MayneJun 30, 20113 Comments
After being paid millions by the Packer family empire since he quit federal Parliament in 1994, Labor Party fixer Graham Richardson has admitted his retainer came to an end about 12 months ago.