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Life after Canberra: where do MPs go once they’re voted out?

To the big taxpayer-subsidised helicopter in the sky?

Has Malcolm Turnbull just hired his own Peta Credlin?

A prime minister is only as good as the advice he receives. And Malcolm Turnbull might not be getting the best.

For the country and the calories!

Weight watchers on the campaign trail

For the country and the calories!

Seats to watch: Eden-Monaro, the battle that wins the war

Even if the Eden-Monaro juju isn't the decisive factor in determining the next inhabitant of The Lodge, the seat is, by any measure, a crucial battleground for the coming election.

How Twitter reacted to Sydney's siege ... new faces at The New Daily ... looking for whales and walruses ...

Tips and rumours

How Twitter reacted to Sydney's siege ... new faces at The New Daily ... looking for whales and walruses ...

Deloitte not inexperienced with donations ... Surprise! Defence think-tank likes data retention ... DFAT plays real life Monopoly ...

Tips and rumours

Deloitte not inexperienced with donations ... Surprise! Defence think-tank likes data retention ... DFAT plays real life Monopoly ...

Tradies to do safety checks at BHP ... Young Libs and student unions ... Westfield leaves Australia a parting gift ...

Tips and rumours

Tradies to do safety checks at BHP ... Young Libs and student unions ... Westfield leaves Australia a parting gift ...

How did Brendan Nelson's office become a refuge for former ACCI highflyers, asks <b>Christian Kerr</b>.

More woe for Mr 9%: Liberal MPs moan about his staff

How did Brendan Nelson's office become a refuge for former ACCI highflyers, asks Christian Kerr.

Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard are pretty happy about their long-awaited industrial relations policy and the initial reaction to it. No-one else likes it very much except a few of their fellow Labor politicians, and in private even these have their doubts, writes Mungo.

Mungo: whose side are you on Kevin?

Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard are pretty happy about their long-awaited industrial relations policy and the initial reaction to it. No-one else likes it very much except a few of their fellow Labor politicians, and in private even these have their doubts, writes Mungo.

That the importance of occupational health and safety in the work place relations debate is not seen as a subject of importance by the national press is hardly the fault of Julia Gillard, writes Richard Farmer.

The Incredible Shrinking Julia Gillard: silence the best policy

That the importance of occupational health and safety in the work place relations debate is not seen as a subject of importance by the national press is hardly the fault of Julia Gillard, writes Richard Farmer.

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