September, 2017

What we learned in the court case to release Queen’s secret Dismissal letters

, Sep 14, 2017

The main thing we learned is that even our supposedly republican Prime Minister won't stand up to the Queen for the right of all Australians to access key information about our history, writes Gough Whitlam biographer Jenny Hocking.
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Not dead yet: how the media killed Prince Philip

, May 05, 2017

An emergency meeting at Buckingham Palace! What could be more exciting!

What to read this weekend: recommendations from the bunker

, Mar 17, 2017

What we're reading: the secret plan for the days after the Queen’s death, legal dispute hinges on an Oxford comma, buried negatives from a Nazi-era photographer, AFL season launch film, how 4Chan’s trolls pulled off the heist of the century, and who stopped McCarthy?

Off with her head (on our coins)! The case for an Aussie republic in 2017

, Dec 22, 2016

We need to keep publicly asking the big questions about our system of government, writes Labor MP for Fenner and Shadow Assistant Treasurer Andrew Leigh.
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Tips and rumours

, May 02, 2016

Abbott campaigns ... something's fishy ... Turnbull's SeaLink connection ...

Off with her head: Queen portrait gone from PM’s office as Turnbull spent $26k on art removal

, Apr 11, 2016

Republican Malcolm Turnbull was not going to work under a painting of the Queen, write Sally Whyte and Josh Taylor
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Media briefs: Whelan up … Queen complains … comeback kids …

, Mar 10, 2016

Richard Cooke investigates Paul Sheehan's journalistic history. And other media tidbits of the day.
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Tips and rumours

, Feb 09, 2016

Bishop brings home the bacon ... Mal a QE II fan? ... where are they now? ...

What the Queen, Prince Charles really knew about Gough’s dismissal

, Nov 11, 2015

Historian and author Jenny Hocking digs into the archives to reveal what Queen Elizabeth II knew and when she knew it.
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Media briefs: lobbyists to the capital … US sell-off … in your face, Queen Vic …

, Sep 09, 2015

Queen Elizabeth II receives another, figurative, crown. And other media tidbits of the day.