Is Labor leader Anthony trying to turn himself into John Howard ahead of the federal election? Michelle Grattan suspects so
He might be moving into the Prime Minister’s persona as the “harmless bloke next door”, but will it do Anthony Albanese any good in the long run? Michelle Grattan reports
She’s seen the state through multiple health crises, including the current global pandemic, and she’s soon to be heading to Fernberg Road as the state’s new Governor. But is the pressure finally starting to tell on Chief Health Officer Jeannette Young? asks Michelle Grattan
After a (kind of) self-imposed from the pointy end of Federal politics, and caring for his new, young family, Barnaby Joyce has once again surfaced on the political horizon – but nobody quite knows what the fallout will be, writes Michelle Grattan
The Nationals are in fresh chaos, with Michael McCormack’s leadership under intense pressure as the party meets Monday at the start of parliament’s last week before the winter recess.
Expect Scott Morrison to spend plenty of time hanging out with US President Joe Biden when the powerful G7 nations gather in England this weekend, writes Michelle Grattan
It’s been a sobering week for the Prime Minister in his attempt to minimise some of the financial damage of the pandemic, and also being put back in his box by an unlikely figure, writes Michelle Grattan.