Australia's most frequent job-seeker has teamed up with Australia's least loyal employer. This should end well.
Crikey readers discuss the government's "white supremacy" moment and Scott Morrison's chances with China.
Crikey readers argue the implications of Anastacia Palaszczuk's punitive move against Katter's Australian Party.
After One Nation HQ pulled the plug on the party's run at this year's Victorian state election, prominent party member Pat Loy decided to rescind her life membership.
Surprised that Pauline Hanson has lashed out at Fraser Anning for his racist first speech? Don't be.
The outrage greeting the maiden speech of a Queensland senator only serves his desperate need fo name recognition. Don't give it to him.
Good morning, early birds. One Nation has been accused of yet another electoral breach. Plus, the bizarre campaign for Grant Denyer's Gold Logie pays off. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Crikey readers respond to a roundtable on the worth of festival Q&As, and the reported demise of One Nation.
One Nation has the problems of any other small party, but its founding idea -- being generally resentful of the 21st century -- makes it peculiarly vulnerable to fragmentation.