Chris Johnson is the National Political Correspondent for The Sunday Age and The Sun-Herald
Chris Johnson When it comes to anti-war songs Bob Dylan pretty much had the market cornered in the early 1960s.
Hamish Boland-Rudder, Chris Johnson A three-platform station servicing more than 3,000 passengers per hour could be placed immediately behind the Canberra Centre, under a proposed plan for a high-speed rail network on Australia’s east...
Chris Johnson Canberra Airport has welcomed the latest government report into high-speed rail even though it advocates a different vision than it had itself proposed.
Chris Johnson The 'nappy valley' is evolving into the 'unhappy valley'. There's a growing feeling among residents that the area is being left behind when it comes to infrastructure, resources and services.
Chris Johnson Plans to build nine foreign embassies on a controversial site at Stirling Park could be seriously impeded by the establishment of a high-level parliamentary inquiry.
Chris Johnson, Ross Peake Prime Minister Julia Gillard is desperately counting on a turnaround in public perception of the carbon tax that kicked in on Sunday and which looks like undoing Labor's grasp on government.
Chris Johnson Tony Hunter loves his audio.