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Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

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NSW Labor’s new leader an enigma wrapped in a right-wing voting record

NSW Labor’s new leader an enigma wrapped in a right-wing voting record

New South Wales' incoming Opposition Leader Luke Foley has a hard slog ahead. What will voters make of the man who lists his key inspirations as the Catholic Church and Sydney's NRL team the Roosters?

Climate scientists slam George Pell’s ‘utter rubbish’ claims

Climate scientists slam George Pell’s ‘utter rubbish’ claims

Leading climate change researchers have launched a scathing attack on a speech delivered this week by Cardinal George Pell, describing it as "dreadful", "utter rubbish" and "flawed"., writes Graham Readfearn.

Cardinal Pell blind to the cost

Cardinal Pell blind to the cost

Today in Crikey, The Power Index's Paul Barry valiantly attempts to cost the new multimillion dollar pilgrim centre at the Vatican, known as Domus Australia.

The tie between bankers and footy club bosses

The tie between bankers and footy club bosses

Central bankers and those other guardians of the world's monetary system at the International Monetary Fund have one thing in common with the chairmen of football teams.

Plain-talkin’ Pell to get a promotion

Plain-talkin’ Pell to get a promotion

Word is that Aussie Cardinal George Pell is about to be appointed as the Vatican's head prefect, putting him in charge of 5000 Bishops worldwide. Heads will roll, predicts Damian Thompson.

Pell cannot see the log in his own eye

Pell cannot see the log in his own eye

Sydney's Cardinal Pell sees Christians’ liberty being compromised by an aggressive form of secular liberalism, writes Irfan Yusuf.

Two’s a mass for Michael Willesee and Cardinal Pell

Two’s a mass for Michael Willesee and Cardinal Pell

Michael Willesee has Cardinal George Pell officiate at private masses in his private chapel, writes Evelyn Waugh.

George Pell and racing — the argument gets nasty

George Pell and racing — the argument gets nasty

Relations between the Catholic Church (and George Pell in particular) and the Sydney racing community have been in freefall for months, but yesterday they sunk to a new low, writes Jeff Wall.