In another fascinating insider insight, Lucy reports on Malcolm’s prime ministerial perambulations through the G20, the Palace and Paris, and finally ending up in the middle.
In her latest exclusive communiqué to The Big Smoke, Ivanka details the G20 wrap-up meeting she held with her Dad.
Monday. Why always you? We’ve had Malcolm cop more rides from the cool kids, a truth bomb from the bombed streets of Mosul and The Vatican showing their true colours. Apparently, they’re devout dairy people.
Hooley Dooley, what a week. We’ve had awkward blind dates at the G20, Elon Musk flipping off the fossil fuel industry, and a man dressed as the Joker was shot at a sex party. Hey, Victorian police – why so serious?
Monday morning. The Horror. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Turnbull went to China, Teresa went to Sainthood and Pokémon Go went back to 1998.
G20 leaders’ private details leaked, Scott Morrison back to “help” human rights, sexual abuse at Nauru…the week’s events presented in Michael Burrill’s #currentaffairswrap
Tim McDonald has some tips to help Russian President Vladimir Putin sleep better after Vlad prematurely departed from the G20 summit citing a need for sleep.
With the dust settling on the G20 and APEC meetings, Xavier Toby is scratching his head and asking “Did I miss something?”
Conrad Liveris wraps up the G20 meeting, wanting the “boys” to “get on with it”…(maybe more would get done if there were more women heads of state? #justsaying)
Michael Burrill wonders what, if anything, will be achieved at the Brisbane G20 meeting when it comes to the key issues of tax avoidance and climate change.
The G20 gets things done when it decides to take action, but Conrad Liveris thinks they need to take a look in their own backyard first when it comes to gender equality.
Coalitions and coal top Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs Wrap, which also covers Abbott’s “shirtfronting,” Anbar, Gaza and figures showing one in seven Australians living in poverty.
Nicole Henriksen feels its time for Australia to stop being the bridesmaid and slip into the bridal gown when it comes to being a leader of the free world.