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Breaking news: Tony Abbott resigns as PM

Breaking news: Tony Abbott resigns as PM

Abbott decides he’s better in Opposition, after all

History will be kind to Julia and cruel to Kevin

History will be kind to Julia and cruel to Kevin

Zachary Thompson reflects on the former Labor leaders after Gillard’s interview with Anne Summers on Monday night

TOP SECRET Military Report

TOP SECRET Military Report

Military Report: For the consideration of Special Forces Agent Benjamin L Willard regarding the rogue activities of Kevin Rudd since the 2013 Federal Election Arrangements are being made for your transportation up the Murray Darling River by Naval boat on the 26/09/2013 in order for the immediate investigation and arrest of Kevin Rudd, recent ex-prime […]

Like father, like daughter?

Like father, like daughter?

Matilda Surtees explores the dynamic between male politicians and their daughters as a vehicle for policy

Exclusive: Rudd can’t actually speak Mandarin, just racistly imitating the Chinese this entire time

Exclusive: Rudd can’t actually speak Mandarin, just racistly imitating the Chinese this entire time

Kevin Rudd revealed as pretty racist, actually

Who cares about Kevin: Nick Rowbotham

Who cares about Kevin: Nick Rowbotham

Can Kevin Rudd win the election on September 7? Who knows, and in some ways, who cares. There are more important questions, like: why is ecstasy so expensive in Australia? And why would you risk attempting to smuggle drugs into a festival when no less than 282 people were caught in possession of them at […]

Smash the rich, save the base

Smash the rich, save the base

While the history of Chinese communism is complex, a little polishing makes the parallels with contemporary Australian political life shine through. A few years ago, I was walking down Eastern Avenue with a senior journalist from a major Chinese news organisation when we were approached by a couple of Socialist Alternative (SA) leafleteers. The SA […]

Snap back to reality (oh, there goes gravity)

The state of journalism is all too often a fact-free zone, writes Nick Rowbotham

Money Changes Everything

Money Changes Everything

While universities are required to consult student organisations about how the Student Services and Amenities Fee should be spent, they have no obligation to pass any of it on to student unions, councils, or other organisations. Adam Chalmers investigates where your money might end up, amid ongoing tension between the student union and the university.