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Former prime minister Julia Gillard

How mainstream media still butcher the facts on Gillard’s live cattle ban

Newspapers have reported that graziers have felt the impacts of the “catastrophic” ban as long as five years later. Well that's just bullshit (if you'll pardon the apt pun).

Windsor returns: is it bye bye, Barnaby? Or an all-out dog fight?

Former indepent MP Tony Windsor will challenge Barnaby Joyce in New England.

No, really. This is the actual worst one. But just for fun, let's look at the other contenders ...

Rundle: worst Australian government ever, proven by science

No, really. This is the actual worst one. But just for fun, let's look at the other contenders ...

Protest votes are on the rise in AGM season. Is it a sign of a wider malaise?

Mayne: director protests overshadowing remuneration issues at AGMs

Protest votes are on the rise in AGM season. Is it a sign of a wider malaise?

The former climate change and energy minister launched his book to a packed house -- but will it resonate outside the ALP bubble?

‘Stand up and fight!’ Combet gets feisty at book launch

The former climate change and energy minister launched his book to a packed house -- but will it resonate outside the ALP bubble?

This government blames all of its unpopular budget cuts on the spending of the previous government, and no doubt the next government will do the same. But <b>Stephen Bartos</b>, ACIL Allen Consulting public policy and governance expert, says the real problem is that time is not on our side.

It’s time to grit our teeth and face fiscal reality

This government blames all of its unpopular budget cuts on the spending of the previous government, and no doubt the next government will do the same. But Stephen Bartos, ACIL Allen Consulting public policy and governance expert, says the real problem is that time is not on our side.

<em>Crikey</em> readers talk the provenance of putting one's hand on one's heart and the problem with solar panels.

Cross your heart, hope for pride

Crikey readers talk the provenance of putting one's hand on one's heart and the problem with solar panels.

Julia Gillard came to the member for Denison with a curious proposal. Federal MP <b>Andrew Wilkie</b> is now spilling the beans on the secret deal -- and why he ultimately tore up an agreement once she stabbed him in the back.

Wilkie: Gillard’s backroom deal — and how she betrayed me

Julia Gillard came to the member for Denison with a curious proposal. Federal MP Andrew Wilkie is now spilling the beans on the secret deal -- and why he ultimately tore up an agreement once she stabbed him in the back.

When did we decide that economics and a real class struggle were too hard and we could just get by with our feely feely feelings?

Razer’s class warfare: it’s the economy, stupid (or why Scorsese is a girl’s blouse)

When did we decide that economics and a real class struggle were too hard and we could just get by with our feely feely feelings?

Labor used the VIP jets far more than the Howard government, a review of the practice by <b>Rose Iser</b> at <a href="http://www.thecitizen.org.au/" target="_blank"><em>The Citizen</em></a> has found. Despite MPs speaking out against it.

Flying high: Labor ministers racked up millions in VIP travel

Labor used the VIP jets far more than the Howard government, a review of the practice by Rose Iser at The Citizen has found. Despite MPs speaking out against it.

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