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Fairweather foe: Bob Carr changes tack on Assange

Fairweather foe: Bob Carr changes tack on Assange

Bob Carr now lauds Julian Assange for "delivering on our right to know". But when he could do something about Assange's treatment, he had a very different view.

Do the Nationals really represent the poorest Australian electorates?

Do the Nationals really represent the poorest Australian electorates?

Barnaby Joyce has claimed that the Nationals' electorates are Australia's poorest. Is he correct?

Sydney Uni has a few things to learn about Confucius Institutes…

Sydney Uni has a few things to learn about Confucius Institutes…

University of Sydney vice-chancellor Michael Spence has come to the defence of Beijing-influence peddling Confucius Institutes.

Barnaby Joyce and the crossbench question

Barnaby Joyce and the crossbench question

Crikey readers discuss Barnaby Joyce's threats to desert the Coalition, and Josh Frydenberg's big economic problem.

Has losing the Nationals top job only made Barnaby Joyce stronger?

Has losing the Nationals top job only made Barnaby Joyce stronger?

The former deputy PM has only leaned into his loose-unit image since being demoted to the backbench — and it's winning him votes.

Is this the helping hand the small business ombudsman needs?

Is this the helping hand the small business ombudsman needs?

The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman yesterday launched a Business Funding Guide with a curious friend. Plus, other tips from the Crikey grapevine.

Barnaby’s all-Aussie online adventures

Barnaby’s all-Aussie online adventures

The former Nationals leader serves up an instant classic in his online war on grace and logic.

The resurrection and redemption of Barnaby Joyce

The resurrection and redemption of Barnaby Joyce

The Coalition's Lazarus has won New Englanders' votes, but some locals say he’ll need to win back their respect.

Politicians’ websites show major security blind spots

Politicians’ websites show major security blind spots

Many prominent Australian politicians' websites are not secured, putting anyone who contacts them online at risk.

Scare campaigns have long been a part of Australian politics

Scare campaigns have long been a part of Australian politics

Crikey readers discuss Australia's history of scare campaigns, betting on elections and the race for New England.