Analysis of McKinsey & Co contracts administered by Labor and LNP governments over the last 12 years shows cost blow-outs in eight out of 23 Coalition contracts compared with Labor's two. The Coalition's superior economic management narrative is taking quite a battering
The sudden push by Murdoch media and Coalition right-wingers to overturn the nuclear power ban ignores the chilling economic cost. According to Noel Wauchope, it's enough to give we taxpayers an attack of the collywobbles.
British billionaire Sir Michael Hintze's penchant for poaching former Liberal Party Australian High Commissioners has seen Richard Alston and Alexander Downer flit in and out of his orbit but his most enduring connections are Angus and Richard Taylor.
AS THE cold mist from the Thames River dispersed in the winter evenings of the early 1990s, three young men from Oxford University would make the pilgrimage between their digs at the prestigious New College and the college rowing sheds on the Isis river.
Mismanagement of the Murray Darling Basin has now reached such farcical proportions, it’s hard not to be reminded of Mark Twain’s edict “Truth is Stranger than Fiction”. How did this level of ineptitude, cock-ups, rorts and cronyism flourish unchecked for so long? Triskele examines the many angles of the Watergate scandal and reports.
Caymans company, Eastern Australia Irrigation, made a 200 per cent return from Australian water and cotton farms. Michael West reports on the serious accounting issues and fishy water valuations
N'er one to to stand idle verbally, Scott has stepped up his already furious pace, fine-tuned the art of the lightning pit-stop
The healing is over. What was old is young again, refreshed, enlivened. The winter of discontent is behind us and the lush green shoots of springtime have sprung.
If, faraway, there is little stirring of the earth in Oxfordshire, in the shadows of the village church in Sutton...
Scott Morrison's National Recovery and Resilience Agency was formed in May to oversee an eye-watering $8 billion in disaster relief funds. Is it doing the job was intended to do? Callum Foote investigates the Prime Minister’s secrecy-loving new agency
Jommy Tee uncovers the tale of a director of a Palantir, beloved by spooks and law enforcement agencies who at the same time also headed up Australian anti-corruption organisation, Transparency International Australia, and how possible conflicts of interest were managed.
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