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Day 3: Turnbull lets out that he’s on the ropes

Day 3: Turnbull lets out that he’s on the ropes

For all those fans of chess out there, they’d understand that there’s a strong correlation between the game and the military...

May 11, 2016 with 1 Comment
Tony Abbott loses the plot again

Tony Abbott loses the plot again

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse for the Prime Minister Tony Abbott, he makes the bizarre decision to award Prince..

January 26, 2015 with 3 Comments
Tony Abbott and an Australian coup

Tony Abbott and an Australian coup

Much has been mentioned about the military coup in Thailand last month, but there has been a more significant attempted coup, albeit a..

June 8, 2014 with 5 Comments
This election matters

This election matters

This election matters. Not all elections do, but this does. If Tony Abbott gets control of the Senate, which all the..

September 6, 2013 with 8 Comments
Day 7: The grate debate

Day 7: The grate debate

We’ve mentioned in previous postings, that for Kevin Rudd to seize the election campaign and put the ALP back on track, he’d..

August 11, 2013 with 0 Comments
Day 5: The pink batts are released

Day 5: The pink batts are released

No, the headline is not about some sort of vampirical fantasy, or a new T20 cricket franchise. It’s about those thin sheets of..

August 9, 2013 with 1 Comment
Day 3: Politics as usual

Day 3: Politics as usual

This is turning out to be a very strange election campaign. Perhaps it because former Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, made the ill-fated..

August 8, 2013 with 0 Comments
Election 2013: Was it right to call an early election?

Election 2013: Was it right to call an early election?

One of the great questions surrounding Julia Gillard and announcing the federal election for September 14 was, why would she cede such an..

February 7, 2013 with 2 Comments
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