A united front of environmentalists and recreational and small-scale fishermen has sprung up to oppose the supertrawler Margiris. They're strange bedfellows, writes Greenpeace's David Ritter.
Wilson Tuckey, the 2.0 version, has shown he's not immune to some of the teething issues that often plague online publishing, after his much-anticipated blog went live last week. Plus, other media news from around the globe.
Wilson "Ironbar" Tuckey officially broke the internet yesterday when he announced during a press conference from his home in Western Australia that he was going to start a blog. So what will Ironbar blog about?
ASIO says that five refugees from Oceanic Viking constitute a threat to national security. How can this be a healthy democratic country when a secret agency plays such a major role in a political debate, without even making its sources available?
The seat of O'Connor in Western Australia will be the target of a campaign from The Animal Party, come next year's federal election, writes Nick Rynne.
Wilson Tuckey is the true underrated power tool of the Liberal Party, writes Barrie Cassidy. People think he's a bumbling fool, while really Tuckey's manoeuvred and decided the future of most Liberal leaders. But how?
Alexander Downer is loving the schadenfreude of seeing Kevin Rudd battle Indonesia over asylum seekers. He should have learnt from Tampa that negotiating with Indonesia on refugees is never a good idea.