Like the depths of the parks themselves, the debate is murky. Luckily, Crikey is on the case.
Yesterday was a rare day in politics when collective common sense goes out the window and chaos takes over.
Tony Burke and Andrew Leigh try to convince ACT voters through the power of song.
War on punctuation. The government has announced that its biannual party of red tape reduction is no more, with assistant minister for productivity Peter Hendy saying that most of the work has already been done in repealing laws with unnecessary red tape. Labor finance spokesman Tony Burke used the announcement to send out a press release […]
Bronwyn Bishop isn't much worse than some Speakers of the modern era. But she's becoming a distraction for the government.
Kevin Rudd is looking mighty prime ministerial, but is still frustrating the punters with his refusal to name an election date. Meanwhile, the newspapers are still talking about Julia Gillard (who?).