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Rudd cleaning out the messy media messengers

Rudd cleaning out the messy media messengers

The furore over the handling of Haneef – let AFP chief Mick Keelty’s views on the media and terrorism – may have died down for now, but the Rudd Government has learned the lessons, writes Christian Kerr.

The <i>Advertiser</i> crows for gravy and the PM delivers

The Advertiser crows for gravy and the PM delivers

"What About Us?" Cried the Adelaide Advertiser. And then the Gravy Train delivered, writes Richard Farmer.

The PM and Aboriginal Australia — a timeline

The PM and Aboriginal Australia — a timeline

John Howard's brush with Aboriginal Australia -- a timeline.

The PM’s belated search for the vision thing

The PM’s belated search for the vision thing

John "I’m Staying PM" Howard is off on a belated search for the vision thing that will prove the pundits and the pollsters wrong in predicting he cannot win the federal election later this year.

APEC: Don’t blow it, good planets are hard to find

APEC: Don’t blow it, good planets are hard to find

APEC has a unique opportunity to make a meaningful impact in our fight against climate change, but will leaders, particularly Bush and Howard, take it? Ian T. Dunlop writes.

Crikey Says

Crikey Says

Will he? Won't he? There was rumour early in the week that he wouldn't. But fret not, we now have confirmation from no better source than the White House itself: President Bush will make it to APEC. We cross now to the James S. Brady Briefing Room.

Exclusive, Exclusive, Exclusive PM?

Exclusive, Exclusive, Exclusive PM?

The Exclusive Brethren met with PM with no agenda and no pre-arranged discussion topics? Sound all too ludicrous? Did I mention $270k and the Bennelong campaign? Nahum Ayliffe delves into the shady sect.

Howard verbals Jesus in bid for Christian vote

Howard verbals Jesus in bid for Christian vote

In his pitch to a predominantly Pentecostal Christian audience last night the Prime Minister used the Parable of the Talents to justify his view that we each have a divine obligation to use our assets to maximum benefit. Howard was endorsing the prosperity gospel preached by those such as Paster Brian Houston of the Hillsong Church. God wants you to be rich, the parishioners are told. Your prosperity is a sign that you have been blessed by the Lord, writes Clive Hamilton.

Van Errington: the Reader’s Digest edition

Van Errington: the Reader’s Digest edition

With Parliament back tomorrow, Crikey is proud to present our pols with a Reader’s Digest-style condensed version of the Van Errington biography that tells you everything you need to know about our Prime Minister, writes Christian Kerr.

Poor pouty Petey-poo

Poor pouty Petey-poo

The biggest story in the Van Errington biography of John Howard isn’t what Peter Costello thinks of the Prime Minister, but just what he thinks, writes Christian Kerr.