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Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and lobbyist Evan Moorhead (Images: AAP/Twitter)

Queensland Labor: where the wheels of influence spin freely

The revolving door between Labor offices and lobbying firms in Queensland just keeps turning.

(Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Morrison’s mates team up for new advisory firm. But don’t call it a lobby group

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.

Pictured in 2016, former defence minister Christopher Pyne with current Industry Minister Karen Andrews (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

When it comes to the world of lobbying, words matter

Christopher Pyne isn't a lobbyist, he's a 'strategic adviser'. But what's the difference?

Nick Xenophon (Image: AAP/Tracey Nearmy)

Turnbull and Xenophon spar over Huawei

Malcolm Turnbull has called for Nick Xenophon's company to register as a lobbying firm, but Xenophon says those calls 'smack of hypocrisy'.

Joe Hockey with Warren Truss, Julie Bishop, Tony Abbott, and Christopher Pyne in 2015 (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Jobs for the boys: how much of Abbott’s government is still on the public payroll?

All governments appoint former members to diplomatic roles and boards, but this government treated public office as a retirement gift.

Attorney-General Christian Porter (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Conflict of Interest: Lobbyists slip through cracks as audit reveals department failure

Did the Attorney General's Department drop the ball on keeping track of the lobbyists running around parliament?

Deputy PM Michael McCormack in a Pharmacy Guild tie, with NSW President David Heffernan (left) and National President George Tambassis (right) and Queensland President Trent Twomey (far right) (Source: Facebook)

The pursuit of influence: how the Pharmacy Guild works Canberra

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia knows what it wants, and it knows how to get it.

Who is the Australian billionaire who just hired Julie Bishop?

Bishop will bring 'unparalleled expertise' as Lex Greensill pitches his controversial finance company to Canberra.

(Image: AAP/Dave Hunt)

How to fix Australia’s urban planning

Crikey readers on the struggles of modern urban infrastructure, and a quick fix for political lobbying.

There are registered lobbyists and then there’s these guys…

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?

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