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Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Throw away the razor ... pick-up artists are back ... wedding bells for the chair sniffer? ...

Nats v Libs in battle for the chair-sniffer’s seat

Nats v Libs in battle for the chair-sniffer’s seat

The Labor Party is uncompetitive in the south-western WA seat of Vasse, but the Nationals and Liberals are giving it all they've got.

Poll Bludger: chair-sniffer’s resignation robs Labor of an enduring gift

Poll Bludger: chair-sniffer’s resignation robs Labor of an enduring gift

Yesterday morning, former Western Australian treasurer Troy Buswell resigned, ending his political career on his own terms. Unfortunately for Labor, the resulting byelection is unlikely to further ruffle the state's already embattled Liberal government.

iSentia index: football, foreign affairs and finance dominate

iSentia index: football, foreign affairs and finance dominate

It's rare for state politicians to make national news, but controversial WA MP Troy Buswell has managed it -- and not for the first time.

Chair sniffer deserves no sympathy

Chair sniffer deserves no sympathy

Crikey readers talk the death of renewable energy, Chinese investment in Australian property and chair-sniffing Troy Buswell.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Building Authority exec shake-out? ... Troy Buswell has drinks, crashes car, takes leave ... Security isn't tight at KL airport ... Seven's data strike ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Regional newspapers to consolidate? ... Gillard delivers on memoirs ... is Eric Abetz the most powerful person in Tas? ...

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

ANZ senior figure pleased as jobs go offshore ... Holden leak mystery deepens ... why is WA's Troy Buswell on leave? ...

First World spying v Third World spying

First World spying v Third World spying

Crikey readers talk tree-changing seniors, what to do in Western Australia and spy

Return of the chair sniffer? How Barnett screwed it up so badly

Return of the chair sniffer? How Barnett screwed it up so badly

Colin Barnett rose from the political ashes to win the WA state election by a landslide, but now he's facing a leadership spill against him. Perth journalist Tim Oliver asks: how did it all go wrong?