The revolving door between Labor offices and lobbying firms in Queensland just keeps turning.
Three of Scott Morrison’s closest friends and associates have teamed up to form a new advisory firm, one that appears to be walking a fine line between providing advice and lobbying.
Malcolm Turnbull has called for Nick Xenophon's company to register as a lobbying firm, but Xenophon says those calls 'smack of hypocrisy'.
All governments appoint former members to diplomatic roles and boards, but this government treated public office as a retirement gift.
Did the Attorney General's Department drop the ball on keeping track of the lobbyists running around parliament?
Bishop will bring 'unparalleled expertise' as Lex Greensill pitches his controversial finance company to Canberra.
Crikey readers on the struggles of modern urban infrastructure, and a quick fix for political lobbying.
How can we make any decisions about whether lobbying is a good or a bad thing when not all lobbyists are registered — and those that aren't have less transparency and greater secrecy?