The election might be neck-and-neck, but the papers have definitely made their decision.
Fred Nile's tired attempts to stir up controversy after the Sydney Siege are just further signs that the Christian Democrats have lost all relevance.
Recently ordained NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley has been making waves in state media, thanks in large part to supportive coverage from The Daily Telegraph.
New South Wales' incoming Opposition Leader Luke Foley has a hard slog ahead. What will voters make of the man who lists his key inspirations as the Catholic Church and Sydney's NRL team the Roosters?
The "Rattner papers" -- a 400-odd page file of affidavits, emails and court documents-- suggest alarm bells over Pauline Hanson's legal challenge should have been ringing months ago. Matthew Knott picks over the warning signs that went unheeded.
Glenn Milne got his gay smears documents from the Prime Minister’s press secretary Tony O’Leary, who was hawking it about as an example of “Labor dirt”. Doesn’t he know about the behaviour of the religious right in his boss’ own division of the Liberals? Sighted campaigning in Bennelong at Coxs’ Rd North Ryde Saturday 22 […]
Malcolm Fraser claimed late last year that the next federal election would be about Muslims. And if Pauline Hanson has her way, the Queensland Senate ballot will certainly place Muslims in the box seat. Not bad for a group who make up around 0.175% of the Sunshine State’s population.