Anthony Albanese recently announced that he and his wife of 30 years, Carmel Tebbutt, had split. No drama. No media chase. This kind of simple and erudite statement is far too rare in Australian politics.
No Liberal leader has ever looked natural while drinking a beer. Meanwhile, Labor has known the visual language of beer in every era and election.
Barnaby Joyce is hardly the first person to profit from a paid interview in Australia.
Good morning, early birds. Rumours of Bob Hawke’s ill health may be greatly exaggerated. Plus, we have the last of the leaks ahead of tonight’s budget. It’s the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Chinese influence in Australia and elsewhere is being exert via "sharp power", and you wont have to look far to find those who are happy to play a part.
Australian business needs to wake up to the fact that the community isn't disenchanted with the marketing of neoliberalism, but with the product itself.
To understand the history of rural and regional TV's subsumption by capital city networks, you first need to understand the history of the "75% reach rule", writes journalist Christopher Warren.
But he's not the first pollie to have a beer named after him.