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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

News in Revue – Week 12

Caitlin Still writes a poem about the exodus of Tony and the Burning Bush

Like father, like daughter?

Like father, like daughter?

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

The death of conviction politics: Avani Dias

The death of conviction politics: Avani Dias

Avani Dias explores the death of conviction politics in the lead up to the federal election.

The more things change, the more they stay the same

The more things change, the more they stay the same

Honi Soit is produced just metres from the wall Tony Abbott is said to have ‘punched’ at the end of a brutal 1977 SRC election campaign. With the history of these rooms now the subject of national news, Michael Koziol took the opportunity to dig through the archives.

Divided They Fall

Divided They Fall

Australian politics is broken, but will true progressives heed the call and form a new party? Something’s gotta give, writes Felix Donovan.

Journo challenges Sheridan on truth

Journo challenges Sheridan on truth

The knives are out in the history wars, reports Michael Koziol.

Houston, do we really have a problem?

Houston, do we really have a problem?

The conversation surrounding asylum seekers has concentrated on finding a solution. But what exactly is the problem we are trying to solve, asks Poppy Burnett.