Even for a politician as self-assured as Cory Bernardi, it’s hard to put a positive spin on this. How did it go so wrong?
Universities Australia isn't running back to the Human Rights Commission for the next stage of a university safety survey after the commission's first instalment left a lot to be desired. Plus other tips from the week.
The media is overlooking how strongly Pauline Hanson's One Nation performed in the election — and how other, even worse extremists are exploiting her legitimacy.
A sharp swing to the far right in Queensland has enabled Scott Morrison to hold off Labor and achieve a victory few thought possible — even among opinion pollsters.
Politics is a ruthless business, as several dumped candidates recently found out.
Victimhood is essential to Pauline Hanson's politics. And the media has been only too happy to help her cultivate that identity.
Good morning, early birds. Bill Shorten is set to announce a “Renewable Energy Zone" in South Australia, and a series of scandals involving links to the far-right is causing headaches for the Coalition. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
By embracing Pauline Hanson and her party, the Nationals have turned their backs on the best part of their legacy and are openly enabling racism and the growing threat of white supremacism.
It was a battle of the orange t-shirts in Perth this week.