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Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra, Michelle Grattan is one of Australia's most respected and awarded political journalists.
Does the Dunkley by-election tell Peter Dutton he should give more attention to the former Liberal heartland, asks political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
The Dunkley by-election was a poor result for Peter Dutton’s pitch for the outer suburbs, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
The voters of Dunkley have the government and opposition in a guessing game, says political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN says Labor is ‘highly unlikely’ to contest the Cook by-election, as Scott Morrison bows out with ‘plenty of scars’.
Unshackle immigration from Home Affairs and give it its own department, says political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Anthony Albanese has said there will be an early budget next year, ruling out a premature election while lamenting the brevity of federal parliamentary terms.
Now it’s Nationals deputy leader Perin Davey who’s accused of having had a glass too many, writes MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Scott Morrison’s departure will help Liberals ‘move on’ but Nationals can’t ‘move on’ until Barnaby Joyce does, says political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
A national commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children will be established by the Albanese government, an initiative long sought by indigenous advocates, reports MICHELLE GRATTAN.
The federal government hasn’t applied for any preventative detention orders for ex-detainees, saying it takes a long time, reports MICHELLE GRATTAN.
The Albanese government is committing $707 million for 3000 jobs for indigenous people in remote Australia, reports MICHELLE GRATTAN.
How does Nationals leader David Littleproud handle the latest Barnaby Joyce embarrassment, asks political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.