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Chuckles and Hadgkiss update: did Michaelia Cash break the law?

Chuckles and Hadgkiss update: did Michaelia Cash break the law?

Michaelia Cash's defence against charges she appointed a law breaker to head the ABCC is that it was all Eric Abetz's fault, not hers.

Not so funny anymore: Cash appointed Hadgkiss knowing of his behaviour

Not so funny anymore: Cash appointed Hadgkiss knowing of his behaviour

We now know that Michaelia Cash appointed Nigel Hadgkiss to head the ABCC even though she knew he had broken the law.

‘Rule of law’ an optional extra for ABCC chief Nigel Hadgkiss

‘Rule of law’ an optional extra for ABCC chief Nigel Hadgkiss

If unionists break the law, the government decries corruption. When its own regulator admits breaking it, the silence is deafening.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Five Eyes (shockingly) not what it claims to be ... former Barclay's Chief executive facing serious fraud charges ... who is behind The Mocker? ...

Hinch’s Senate Diary: when senators lose their way

Hinch’s Senate Diary: when senators lose their way

And meet the man to blame for my Senate career, writes Senator Derryn Hinch.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Coal not so cool ... Engie CEO stepping down ... a note to the foetuses ...

Hinch’s Senate diary: back to school and bully boy Bernardi gets a spanking

Hinch’s Senate diary: back to school and bully boy Bernardi gets a spanking

Why did the Hinch Justice Party Senator change his mind on the ABCC bill?

Crikey’s 2016 Christmas lunch survival guide

Crikey’s 2016 Christmas lunch survival guide

Arguing about politics with your family is never going to go well, but this handy guide will at least mean you are right, even if you are disowned, write Crikey Journalists Sally Whyte and Josh Taylor.

The government triumphantly departs a fake battlefield

The government triumphantly departs a fake battlefield

The government's "victories" this week have nothing to do with the real challenges facing the Australian economy.

Our casual return to protectionism, or, OMG I agree with Judith Sloan

Our casual return to protectionism, or, OMG I agree with Judith Sloan

The local content rules in the ABCC legislation have been met, for the most part, with silence. This is how we end up returning to protectionism.