Thought we were finished? Crikey's adventure into Australian political dynasties continues.
And, in Kevin Rudd's case, the job he'd like to take up.
Australia's first female prime minister has released her autobiography, and she is not shy about throwing some shade. Crikey finds the juiciest bits.
The government's intervention in Iraq has been agreed without the claimed support of Iraq. But Labor is docilely following Abbott.
'Blue ties, smilin at me' ... Simon Crean heads to uni? ... Burnie paper advocates for jobless, should start at home ...
The ALP will soon pick a candidate to replace Simon Crean in the Victorian electorate of Hotham. We take a detailed look at who's likely to win.
Crikey readers talk Hotham preselection, Tony Abbott on carbon emissions and a novel plan for asylum seekers.
Monash councillor and Hotham preselection contender Geoff Lake has emerged smiling from a meeting of the Victorian ALP's Labor Unity grouping. But a factional fight is still brewing.
Simon Crean is heading to Europe on a taxpayer-funded "study" jaunt which may include cooking lessons. Crikey intern Fergus Hunter looks at the rules on MP travel and picks out some highlights.