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Julia’s burn book: a study in a prime minister and those who disappoint her

Julia’s burn book: a study in a prime minister and those who disappoint her

Australia's first female prime minister has released her autobiography, and she is not shy about throwing some shade. Crikey finds the juiciest bits.

Exit interview: Trish Crossin on Julia, Nova and Labor’s strategy

Exit interview: Trish Crossin on Julia, Nova and Labor’s strategy

Trish Crossin was dumped from Labor's Senate ticket in the Northern Territory and she's got plenty to say in hindsight. Crikey gave the veteran Senator her parliamentary exit interview.

Media briefs: hoax call suit … Murdoch to help … Crossin in France …

Media briefs: hoax call suit … Murdoch to help … Crossin in France …

Here's how The Daily Telegraph (owned by News Corp Australia) headlined the story that Rupert Murdoch has accepted a demand that he be recalled to face questioning by British MPs in relation to a leaked tape of him talking about paying police for stories.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Twin emissions groups vie for top place ... Crossin to lodge discrimination claim? ... Fairfax safari costs job ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Which uni VC reads their staff's emails? ... Trish Crossin fires back on 'Liberal huddle' claims ... Rupert summarises the Koran ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

ABC hack attacks ABC news service ... dumped ALP Senator chatting to the CLP? ... which Sydney dance company? ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Labor takes foreign cash ... Fin writer takes on the scientists ... who's employed a drug dealer, besides (allegedly) Essendon? ...

Sentia Media index: finger spin puts PM into bat

Sentia Media index: finger spin puts PM into bat

Between handing out gongs and visiting disaster-hit areas, Julia Gillard was the star of the media this week. But her boyfriend tried clumsily to steal some of the spotlight.

Peris a short-term fix while long-term problems remain

Peris a short-term fix while long-term problems remain

The installation of former Olympian Nova Peris on the Labor Party NT Senate ticket is a short-term fix -- but a necessary one to secure a Labor victory in the Top End and elsewhere.

Scullion’s Rudd exposé means no more secrets in the members’ bar

Scullion’s Rudd exposé means no more secrets in the members’ bar

There's no way we outsiders can know whether "she said" or "he said" is the more accurate version but at best it is rather flimsy evidence.