That's an investigation which has already been going on for five months.
Jack Waterford is the former Editor-at-large at The Canberra Times and writes a regular column
Analysis about the sort of person you are can be very sophisticated.
The relationship between media and politicians is necessarily antagonistic and somewhat distrusting, but there is ever a zone for some cooperation and mutual respect.
Turnbull spent too much time, and what's left of his moral credit, defending indefensible conduct.
Turnbull's wishes are clear. But he must take what he's given, and humbly.
Gossip is as important as fact in how one's political reflexes work.
Aboriginals can’t even get a constitutional cheerio as consolation for being today's stolen generation.
Security agencies use their own cock-ups to demand more powers they don't need.
If the Prime Minister has an agenda, he'd best share it before it's too late.
Australia Day has become another occasion to blackguard people perceived as aliens, and accuse them of being un-Australian.