Crikey had a front-row seat at this week's Senate inquiry into the widely criticised pre-employment program. Noticeably, there were a few seats spare...
The answer lies in the rather worn term "audience-first", writes former SMH editor-in-chief Peter Fray.
Employers actually quite like the Shoppies union, while unions would rather not talk about it, and Bridget Mackenzie goes hard.
Lies, distortions and propaganda have been around for centuries, writes former SMH editor-in-chief and UTS professor of journalism Peter Fray.
The problems in ASIC's regulation of financial services aren't confined to the Commonwealth Bank, and they're continuing right now.
Disability advocates and the United Nations has asked why Australia allows sterilisation of women and children with disabilities. Now the Senate is investigating, reports Callum Denness
The Qantas strategy to shift jobs and tax obligations offshore through Jetstar to Singapore and New Zealand are in disarray after the low-cost subsidiary was forced to ground cadet pilots.
fter the shocks that emerged in a Senate committee hearing last Friday concerning pilot training and airline safety in Australia, the inquiry has been extended to May 4.
A set of documents issued by Jetstar read like an ultra conservative fantasy about the gutting of Australian labor rules and escaping from the cost of tax and superannuation obligations, writes Ben Sandilands.
Greens Senator Scott Ludlam has slammed the Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) over what he called the information "vacuum" surrounding its secretive discussions with internet service providers (ISPs) and other bodies over a data retention scheme for law enforcement.