Turnbull got blindsided by a single mum, and Shorten made a big promise on education.
The art of the insult. Greens Senator Scott Ludlam used a speech in the Senate last night to wage a blistering attack on Senator Ian Macdonald. Speaking on the report handed down from the inquiry into the government’s National Program for Excellence in the Arts, Ludlam called Macdonald “an individual who uniquely combines aggression with total […]
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. We have been known to mix up Greens Adam Bandt and Richard Di Natale, but the subs at The Australian are even more confused. An article about a sit-in by environmental protesters at Parliament House yesterday originally ran with this photo of MP Adam Bandt, naming him as his colleague Senator […]
New Arts Minister Mitch Fifield wasn’t giving much away at Senate estimates this week.
Scott Ludlam and Julian Assange spoke at a democracy conference over the weekend.
Senior mandarin sent packing from PM&C ... Bronnie's swag ... don't mention the NBN ...
A Senate committee examining proposals to allow the copyright industry to censor the internet demonstrated how clueless and Luddite are major-party politicians can be.