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Downer bells the cat: Coalition set to renew its war on industry super

Downer bells the cat: Coalition set to renew its war on industry super

The issue has been dormant for a few months, but expect the Liberals to go after industry super again if they're returned to government.

The anger and envy of Higgins’ bourgeoisie

The anger and envy of Higgins’ bourgeoisie

At a candidates' forum, Greens candidate for Higgins Jason Ball was bombarded but unfazed by the angry, comfortable middle class.

Who’s staying is as big a problem for the Libs as who’s leaving

Who’s staying is as big a problem for the Libs as who’s leaving

The deeper problem for the Liberals is the talent gap departing ministers leave behind in a party cluttered with dead wood.

The great Coalition exodus

The great Coalition exodus

Can the Coalition learn from its departing and disgraced MPs before it has no more seats to lose?

This is what we want from political journalism

This is what we want from political journalism

Crikey readers offer their suggestions for how political journalism could truly serve voters.

O’Dwyer draws a big red circle around the Liberals’ women problem

O’Dwyer draws a big red circle around the Liberals’ women problem

Kelly O'Dwyer's departure reflects a problem that won't be fixed by more, rather than fewer, old white men in parliament.

Having lost the superannuation war, is big business blowing it up?

Having lost the superannuation war, is big business blowing it up?

The government and big business have lost their war on behalf of retail superannuation. Are they now thinking of destroying the entire system?

Media Files: the cost of the Mirabella defamation case

Media Files: the cost of the Mirabella defamation case

The Benalla Ensign is looking at a hefty bill after the Victorian County Court ordered the paper to pay for legal fees stemming from the recent defamation case brought by former MP Sophie Mirabella.

The art of the political interview: the interrogators reveal their hand

The art of the political interview: the interrogators reveal their hand

How do you break down obstinate stonewalling? How do you catch an evasive pollie? Find out, in part one of our brand-new mini-series.

Razer: you can act appalled by the banks, but you’re ignoring the real issue

Razer: you can act appalled by the banks, but you’re ignoring the real issue

Don't believe the politicians and pundits: denouncing the banks for bad behaviour is nothing more than attempts to play into a grand illusion.