A federal takeover would deliver give all cancer patients in Australia equitable access to essential cancer treatments, writes Professor Graeme Morgan.
Greg Hunt's 'green light' for Rudd to sign up to the Bali agreement with 2020 targets takes us to the end of Act 1 of Waiting for Garnaut:
A rumour has been doing the rounds since election weekend that Alexander Downer made some disparaging comments about Labor Senator Penny Wong into an open mike when he was waiting for his Insiders interview last Sunday.
No deal between Rudd and Telstra ... leave Therese Rein alone ... leave Peter Costello alone ... GM crops ... Howard's failings ... diplomatic posts ...
Crikey's mole deep in the bowels of DFAT is, he/she assures us, not the only serving officer celebrating last Saturday's result, in particular the removal of Lord Downer of Baghdad and Kabul.
Ratifying Kyoto and withdrawing troops from Iraq dominated the international discussion over our new Prime Minister, with a nod to Scores, of course...
Rudds’s promo posters at his after party were cheerfully souvenired — not by party faithful but members of the media pack. Hi guys, my wife and I voted at Nelson Bay in the electorate of Paterson. We got our two voting papers and it wasn’t till later in the day that I realized our papers had […]
The great thing about Saturday's result, no matter how far to the left one is of Rudd, is that the total dominance of Labor at both levels of government for a whiles to come, gives the opportunity to reshape the context of Australian politics, and the sort of values that are to be placed at the centre of life, writes Guy Rundle