The fit of deregulation that led to the live export debacle in Australia barely saved taxpayers $30,000, but it was good business for the Coalition and their donors.
The exclusive tag has always been a marketing tool. As traditional media declines, it's being pushed more than ever.
Neither Barnaby Joyce nor Luke Foley should be in a position to seek high office while sexual harassment allegations, which they deny, go unresolved.
The government is right to embrace forced divestment in the energy sector, and Barnaby Joyce is right to call for that to be expanded across the whole economy. Meanwhile, Labor is siding with big business.
Crikey readers discuss Australia's ongoing relationship with the beleaguered Saudi government and the possibility of a return of Barnaby Joyce.
Good morning, early birds! Howard-era deputy PMs have called for Nationals MPs to quell an imminent leadership challenge, and the government dismisses repeated warnings over Israeli embassy move. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
A sixth leadership change in the Coalition since it was elected to office five years ago will be the perfect signal to voters that everything they hate about politics is true.
We hear Yongah Hill is slated for closure, the battle for New England, and somebody needs to explain irony to Tony Abbott.
Wait, Australian politicians don't like racism? When did that happen?
Many progressives on social media are guilty of exactly the kind of filtering and denialism they deride Trump supporters and climate denialists for.