Crikey readers respond to John Howard's Iraq War legacy, the Latham-Faruqi defamation settlement and the need for a federal anti-corruption body.
The defamation action brought by Osman Faruqi has been settled, landing Mark Latham with an expected six-figure bill. Is this "lawfare", or a successful stand against "public denigration"?
Australia's most frequent job-seeker has teamed up with Australia's least loyal employer. This should end well.
Good morning, early birds. Emergency services have been called to a major disturbance at Don Dale youth detention centre, a former green bank chief has slammed the government's coal plan, and Mark Latham goes all-in and joins Pauline Hanson's One Nation. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The notion of "anti-white racism" is bubbling up from the worst parts of the internet to the Australian Senate.
The judge, while striking out Latham's defamation defence, called it "extraordinary". He was not wrong.
Justice Michael Wigney described the defence, which referred to such historical events as the persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire, as difficult to get to grips with.