Melbourne University Press has apologised to a Credit Suisse businessman over part of Paddy Manning's biography of Malcolm Turnbull, Born to Rule.
The businessman alleges Paddy Manning defamed him in his biography of Malcolm Turnbull, Born to Rule.
Crikey intern Sherryn Groch looks back on some of recent history's most memorable controversies and the survival tactics of the MPs at their centre.
The track record of the AFP and the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions shows even the biggest scandals never produce convictions.
Liberal Senator Eric Abetz has told The Oz that Malcolm Turnbull's office briefed him in advance on every major Rudd Government leak from Godwin Grech.
It's sad to watch Malcolm Turnbull skulk the halls of parliament, a shadow of his former self. Luckily he has some company out there in the political wilderness: Peter Garrett, writes Marieke Hardy.
While Australian stock markets rebounded with vigor, and property prices continued to bubble away, Crikey celebrates those who made it all possible, and made 2009 truly a year to remember.
The privileges committee's report into the Utegate and Godwin Grech saga must stay on the radar. An undemocratic Senate has no business trying to have a separate relationship with public servants.
The right will stay and stay and stay, hoping they can be in place when Kevin '27 is caught with the proverbial live boy or dead netball team, writes Guy Rundle.
The documents tabled yesterday in the OzCar Senate inquiry reveal Godwin Grech was living a lie, says Michelle Grattan. The troubled public servant was, in his own mind, a secret agent for the Liberal Party, running intelligence ops for Malcolm Turnbull.