Ronni Salt

Ronni Salt is also an independent researcher, who comes from the land and has an interest in politics and current affairs. The identities of the authors are known to the editors of this publication.

Ronni Salt is also an independent researcher, who comes from the land and has an interest in politics and current affairs. The identities of the authors are known to the editors of this publication.


Pigs might fly: electioneering an airport at Cohuna

Angus Taylor’s agency flipped to Tudge, gives executive pay another nudge

There is still no evidence that IPFA does much but Angus Taylor's brainchild has just delivered executives another round of...

Sleek pay, oblique performance: Angus Taylor’s first government agency, the IPFA

When Angus Taylor was first promoted to the ministry as Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation in February 2016,...

McKinsey & Co: Libs trounce Labor in consultant spending blow-outs

Analysis of McKinsey & Co contracts administered by Labor and LNP governments over the last 12 years shows cost blow-outs...

Rowers’ Reprise: how Angus Taylor’s mates cleaned up without him

"Nothing to see here," said Scomo, following misconduct allegations over Angus Taylor allegedly trying to influence Josh Frydenberg to weaken...

#Watergate: the billionaire, the minister and the accidental diplomats

British billionaire Sir Michael Hintze's penchant for poaching former Liberal Party Australian High Commissioners has seen Richard Alston and Alexander...

Watergate Crew: the regatta of mates behind Australia’s richest water deal

AS THE cold mist from the Thames River dispersed in the winter evenings of the early 1990s, three young men...

Watergate ducking and dodging: More questions from Jommy Tee and Ronni Salt

The saga of #Watergate – the $80 million water buyback fiasco – has now been widely canvassed. However, questions surrounding...

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