This week’s Fake News Editorial examines the mysterious face-time between Sarah Hanson-Young and Donald Trump in Davos.
Our Fake News correspondent in Canberra, Frank Rarely, dwells on why January is such an agreeable month for politics and whether it might be possible to enjoy the same experience all year round.
It’s clear that the profession of politics is a dying industry, but I’m wondering if we can replace them with anything better?
It’s Christmas night at the White House, and all is seemingly not well. The President is having a time-travelling crisis of confidence. But will it change his tune?
Britt Stirrer, the NSW Branch Secretary of the Disruptive Services Union has been kind enough to share the letter he has just sent to Bill Shorten.
Frank Rarely, our esteemed Fake News correspondent weighs in with 20 quick fixes that might see Malcolm last until Boxing Day.
Frank Rarely, the distinguished Fake News correspondent in Canberra discusses political leadership prospects for Australia.
Despite my best efforts, enjoying the Melbourne Cup in the proper spirit was a bit of a challenge. Truth is, it’s not that easy for a Sydneysider. Look I really tried to get into the true spirit of the Melbourne Cup again yesterday but despite getting suitably paralytic and impoverished, it somehow still…
The continued expelling of dual-citizen MPs is an absolute disgrace. Has the High Court even considered the many dual-national Australians they represent?
On the back of Kevin Rudd’s new book, we knocked on the door of Julia Gillard to see if she’d review it for us.
Dear Mal. I’ve done what you’ve said. I’ve cut carbon out of my diet, but my footprint is the same size. Can you shine some more light on this energy plan of yours?
With the news that the latest Brexit deal was rebuffed by France and Germany, UK Brexit insider Tori Banger believes that the only thing anyone will truly leave is their senses.
The Fake News Motoring Editor discusses the latest techniques for preventing outbreaks of road rage.
Frank Rarely, our renowned Fake News correspondent travelled to Tasmania to secure this exclusive heads up with Tony Abbott.
While the ongoing energy issue rolls on, leaving us in the dark, we should know that parties on all sides are powering our disgust.
There’s a strong case for saying Yes to gay marriage, as long as it’s based on the Tennis Australia model. The ball is in our Margaret Court, people.
As far as this political analyst sees it, the challenge for Malcolm is not keeping his job, but rather making sure he doesn’t eclipse Tony Abbott’s mark of Newspoll non-excellence.
Never to be a man to back down, the newly kiwi Barnaby has many a trick to stay relevant in Australian Politics. Joyce, az, bro!
Once again the leadership question has been raised, but is Bill equal to the task? According to a document we found, survey says no.
Politics is becoming a joke and Boris Johnson knows this better than most, so he’s shuffling the entirety of the UK government to reality TV. It worked for the Americans. Frank Rarely, our distinguished Fake News correspondent in Canberra, secured an exclusive interview with Boris Johnson during his visit last week. This is…
Tony Abbott remains a problem for Malcolm Turnbull. Solving that problem may take some innovative thinking, so we travelled to Canberra, via Rooty Hill.
According to this academic in particular, Lee Rhiannon’s ban is the start of something beautiful. A break from politics is important, especially for the electorate.