Staffers should never be the story. Here are all the times in 2018 that went out the window.
Australian politicians have a track record of trying to restore their reputations through the courts, and this year has been no exception.
Good morning, early birds. New allegations emerge that ABC chairman Justin Milne tried to pressure Michelle Guthrie to fire journalist Andrew Probyn. Plus, is Emma Husar planning an early comeback? It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. "It" will almost certainly be "on" again -- and soon. Plus, Labor struggles to find a candidate to replace Emma Husar. It's the news you need to know, with Natasha Grivas.
When it comes to upholding the competing rights of accusers and accused in workplace bullying cases, the legislation doesn't really cut it.
Crikey readers take issue with the media's treatment of Emma Husar, and discuss the activist action against Qantas.
Crikey readers respond to the allegations of mishandled sexual assault complaints in the Greens. Plus, has the media been hypocritical on Emma Husar?
Emma Husar's political ambitions may be toast, but there are huge considerations to be made before suing for defamation.
Many progressives on social media are guilty of exactly the kind of filtering and denialism they deride Trump supporters and climate denialists for.
A federal misconduct body is urgently needed to combat growing electoral perceptions that the political class is unaccountable. And Malcolm Turnbull and Emma Husar should be the first to face it.