New cabinet secretary Mark Dreyfus gets on very well with Climate Change minister and ex ACTU boss Greg Combet, by all accounts. The highly regarded QC MP had the highly ambitious NSW MP down to launch his re-election campaign in …
The NT News livens up Darwin in a way it surely doesnâ€™t need, today its front-page splash reports on the claimed presence of a â€œhorny ghostâ€ named Kevin who reportedly tries to get it on with a local housewife …
Ted Baillieu is a dud. But it’s no accident that he’s been able to fend off potential challengers even with depressing poll numbers.
Leigh Johns, a former leading lefty light in the Melbourne Ports ALP, has emerged as the Labor governmentâ€™s appointment as the head of the Australian Building & Construction Commission.
Johns during his ALP involvement was a prominent activist within the …
Victorian Liberal leader Ted Baillieu is under pressure from the Victorian Farmers Federation, the Weekly Times, former Nationals leaders and country Independents to stop supporting the Greens party with preferences in inner-city Melbourne seats because the extreme-left party’s policies would destroy the economy of regional Victoria.
Revelations about the impractical nature of the Greens party’s proposed high-speed rail link between Brisbane and Melbourne illustrate the problem of letting the extreme-left anywhere near the levers of power in Australia.
Following our story last week, many were keen to hear how the battle royal in the left-wing Melbourne Unitarian Church turned out. We are told their election results declared yesterday are
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Julia Gillard and her partner Tim Matheson moved into the Lodge near Canberra’s ritzy suburb of Yarralumla on Sunday. Not to be outdone, the Rudds revealed on Sunday they’d purchased a new home in Canberra, actually in Yarralumla, a strong-arm’s stone’s throw from the Lodge. Naturally VEXNEWS has exclusive pics of the new House of Rudd.
Tim Anderson might have ultimately been found not guilty of bombing the Sydney Hilton in a terrorist attack but the Sydney Uni academic and Cuba solidarity activist continues to hold extremist views that he presents as academically credible. We look at his latest anti-American diatribe and find he ignores facts that don’t suit him and far more worrying examples of the problem of which he complains.
A Victorian state Liberal MP Bill Tilley could be stripped of his preselection for his safe country seat just two months before the state election.