I’m happy to acknowledge that the chances of the 2012 Labor leadership spill being made into a feature film are about the same as anyone actually wanting to see that same movie; which is to say very poor. I mean, it has enough white people for a studio to greenlight it, but recounting the debacle…
Abbott decides he’s better in Opposition, after all
Zachary Thompson reflects on the former Labor leaders after Gillard’s interview with Anne Summers on Monday night
Stephen Garton spoke to Max Chalmers about what the Gonski reforms mean for the University of Sydney.
Federal Labor reached a new low in the polls this week with the unmarried, female, atheist, red-haired immigrant Prime Minister’s approval rating dropping almost 10 percentage points after it was announced she had successfully developed a cure for cancer. Pundits have suggested this slump is most likely a result of the highly successful scare campaign…
Alan Jones is a good friend of SULC President Alex Dore, and endorsed his unsuccessful preselection for the seat of Reid, reports Michael Koziol.
Australian politics is broken, but will true progressives heed the call and form a new party? Something’s gotta give, writes Felix Donovan.
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.
The state of journalism is all too often a fact-free zone, writes Nick Rowbotham