Pope, Canberra Times 1 April 2014
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Pope, Canberra Times, 11 March 2014
Freedom of speech
Unions and IR
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Weekly summary and tagged Gay Alcorn, GrogsGamut, Jennifer Hewett, Jonathan Green, Laura Tingle, Laurie Oakes, Michael Gordon, Peter Martin, Ross Gittins, Tim Dunlop, Tony Walker on .
March 15, 2014
AFR 27 April 2013
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Weekly summary and tagged Barrie Cassidy, Ben Eltham, Dennis Atkins, Geoff Kitney, GrogsGamut, Jennifer Hewett, Jonathan Green, Marcus Priest, Phil Coorey, Rob Burgess, Ross Gittins, Sonya Voumard, Terry Moran, Tim Dunlop, Tony Wright on .
April 27, 2013
Moir, SMH 11 Dec 2012
FM radio pranksters
Ashby v Slipper
The political year that was
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Weekly summary and tagged Antony Green, Bernard Lagan, GrogsGamut, Jennifer Hewett, John Warhurst, Jonathan Green, Katharine Murphy, Laura Tingle, Peter Lewis, Poliquant, Preston Towers, Richard Ackland, Ross Gitti, Ross Peake, Terry Sweetman, Tim Dunlop on .
December 15, 2012
Pope, Canberra Times 1 Nov 2012
The week that was…
The week began with three competing political narratives: the revelations in Maxine McKew’s book, the launch of the government’s Asian Century white paper, and the second 50/50 Newspoll within two months.
Unsurprisingly, the press gallery’s attention moved swiftly from McKew to Abbott, particularly once it became clear he would ignore the white paper and press ahead with his “stop the tax, stop the boats” mantra. By week’s end, the gallery was openly wondering whether Abbott would emulate his former boss John Hewson by losing another “unloseable” election.
Meantime, Australia was excised for migration purposes, the US Presidential election loomed, and Mark Colvin gave the Andrew Olle address.
Spotlight on Abbott
Asian Century white paper and economics
Brave new digital world
Weekly summary and tagged Bernard Keane, Geoff Kitney, George Megalogenis, GrogsGamut, Jennifer Hewett, Jessica Irvine, Jonathan Green, Laurie Oakes, Mark Colvin, Michael Gordon, Michelle Grattan, Peter van Onselen, Ross Gittins, Waleed Aly on .
November 3, 2012