Despite being the best Opposition Leader in a generation, we very much doubt Tony Abbott is going to last the distance and be given the chance by his party to become PM. Here’s why.
The Senator Scott Ryan protÃ©gÃ© and staffer was elected second behind …
Solomon Lew’s reputation as one of Melbourne’s sleaziest businessmen has been confirmed by a disgraceful scandal involving his theft of public land for his private swimming pool that just happens to over-look a popular nudist beach.
Ted Baillieu’s government is being criticised for struggling to make tough decisions on things like the future of Myki, the troubled transport ticketing system, and the future of Police Commissioner Simon Overland, to name just two. Even though his faction was buoyed by the unexpected state election triumph, it’s failed to translate into immediate results as today’s Liberal State Council results demonstrate, says embedded reporter Nick Mack. By contrast Tony Abbott received a hero’s welcome…
There’s a lot of smoke clouding the debate about federal measures attacking cigarette smoking. We don’t like cigarettes but it’s also clear that many anti-cigarette militants are blowing smoke. The pesky VEXNEWS Investigations Unit has obtained a copy of a dubious ‘survey’ they have given to the Sunday Age for this weekend which leaves the key questions about regulating cigarettes unanswered.
Wyatt Roy turned 21 yesterday. But that hasn’t stopped the party-poopers of the VEXNEWS Investigations Unit from assembling a sordid tale of sultry student politicians, stained couches, nuzzling, cheating and other unpleasant irregularities that centre on the nation’s youngest MP and his mates.
The NUW and SDA wings of the Victorian “Taliban” Right had a huge spat over gay marriage at the ALP State Conference.
After clearing military censors, VEXNEWS behind-enemy lines pics of The Age’s protest rally against the outsourcing of sub-editors can now be revealed for the first time.
The Age and Sydney Morning Herald won’t be able to keep their exclusive stories secret, warn competitors, because they’ll be letting outsiders editing their copy and prepare the pages. We bring exclusive pics of the sub-editors’ facility in The Age which will soon be left empty as a result of management folly.
It is a rare moment for a Victoria Premier to lavish praise at a taxpayer-funded state funeral on a man regarded by Victoria Police as a dangerous, predatory child-sex offender. Yet that’s what Premier Ted Baillieu did today.