Benedict Brunker investigates Tony Abbott’s reformed feelings for Nelson Mandela.
Peter Walsh and Dominic Ellis are real men.
Tony Abbott elaborates on his “baddies versus baddies” analysis.
It was with utter elation and raw unfiltered emotion that Tony Abbott was presented with the news of Labor’s turnaround in asylum seeker policy under Prime Minister Rudd this week.
Today, opposition Leader Tony Abbott has become the latest victim of dog whistle politics after he was brutally mauled in a dog attack. A spokesman for Abbott claims that a mob of dogs set upon the politician as he left a press conference yesterday. “They were mostly minature poodles, shitzus and pugs, but they were…
The know-it-all guru of Australian politics was created through mere coincidence, writes Dominic Wilcox.
Andy Chalmers talks to Wil Wagner from The Smith Street Band about the protest song, Tony Abbott and some other ‘fucking evil shit’.
Emily Woods on the leadership debate between Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott.
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.
“There’s just this sort of expectation that surely it’s going to die soon, but actually, community newspapers are thriving, and so is Honi.”