Anthony Plesko, Ballina. Why did the Libs change their leader? It had nothing to do with who is better PM nothing to do with good government, nothing to do with the needs and wishes of the people.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott will chair a meeting of CEOs from businesses around Australia as part of the government’s cyber security review.
After a couple of frantic weeks, Tony Abbott’s bodyguards insist that the threat to his leadership has passed – or as he himself would probably prefer to describe it, it is dead, buried and cremated.
The sad part about the recent so-called challenge of Tony Abbott’s uninspiring leadership of the Australian democracy was the equally uninspiring total lack of guts exhibited by his Liberal opponent, Malcolm Turnbull.
Whatever happens in the Liberal Party, and everyone assumes that we will only have the pleasure of Abbott’s company for another few months, the chaos in the wider circles of the Right cannot be underestimated, writes Guy Rundle.
T. Sharples, Tweed Heads. The reincarnation of the Member for Wentworth, Malcolm Turnbull, is not that far away. Abbott was always leading a one-term government.
When performer Doc Neeson died at 67 on Thursday morning in his sleep at a Sydney hospital, the nation farewelled the memory of a peculiar solidarity. The response ‘No way, get fucked, fuck off’ to his rock liturgy Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again? has been mentioned in a hundred obituaries. As it should.
The entire NBN Co board has reportedly submitted their resignations to Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull. The resignations have yet to be accepted by the minister, Fairfax Media reports, and a decision is to be made at a cabinet meeting in... Read More →