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Josh Gordon is The Age's state political editor. After a brief period in the Sydney banking world and the federal bureaucracy, Josh spent six years working as The Age's economics correspondent at Parliament House in Canberra. After cutting himself adrift to travel the world, he was lured back to reporting early in 2007. Most recently he has worked as The Sunday Age's politcal editor, based in Canberra, and The Age's state economics correspondent in Melbourne.
Mark Kenny, Chief Political Correspondent, Josh Gordon Tuesday's budget will for the first time lock in federal funding for Melbourne's controversial East-West Link ignoring the Andrews government's decision to scrap the project and blighting hopes on...
Mark Kenny, Gareth Hutchens, Josh Gordon Western Australia could cause major problems for the Commonwealth if its Liberal Premier Colin Barnett goes through with a threat of so-called "disengagement", according one of Australia's most...
Josh Gordon Federal Liberals from Victoria are calling for a bloodless, orderly leadership transition reminiscent of the March 2013 switch of the state's Premier from Ted Baillieu to Denis Napthine.
Josh Gordon Tony Abbott was always going to surface for air at some point. The question was how to minimise exposure to the storm when he did.
Josh Gordon, Clay Lucas As if Tony Abbott isn't backing enough hopeless causes, he may now have added another one to his list.
Lucille Keen and Josh Gordon The federal government is demanding that the $3billion it has given the Victorian government for the two stages of the East West Link be repaid if the project does not go ahead.
Josh Gordon Premier Denis Napthine has fuelled speculation Labor figures could be working in tandem with Tea Party-style Liberal agitators to destabilise the state government.
Josh Gordon, James Massola Victorian Treasurer Michael O’Brien says Clive Palmer and the Greens are “economic troglodytes” for opposing a plan offering bonus payments to states that sell big assets such as...
Josh Gordon Victorian government MPs have warned Tony Abbott to steer clear of the November state election campaign, claiming the Prime Minister has become 'toxic' for the Coalition brand in Victoria.
Josh Gordon and Henrietta Cook The issue of abortion has once again become a flashpoint within the Coalition as Denis Napthine faces another battle to save the political career of cabinet minister Mary Wooldridge.
Richard Willingham, James Massola and Josh Gordon Tensions have flared between the Abbott and Napthine governments over how to handle a manufacturing and jobs crisis in Victoria exacerbated by Alcoa announcing it would shut its aluminium smelter in...
Josh Gordon The Napthine government has claimed Labor's transport blueprint would rip a deep hole in the budget, revealing the metro rail link is expected to cost as much as $11.6 billion.
Josh Gordon If there were ever any doubts that politics is a brutal blood sport, the extraordinary events leading up to the demise of Ken Smith as speaker should have dispelled them.
James Massola, Josh Gordon and Judith Ireland Prime Minister Tony Abbott is poised to announce a royal commission with sweeping powers to examine corruption and other crime in the union movement.
Josh Gordon, Clay Lucas Premier Denis Napthine is pleading with the Abbott government to 'bring forward' Commonwealth infrastructure funding to offset the pain caused by the looming end of manufacturing by Holden.
Josh Gordon It was Denis Napthine who broke the grim news to the nation.
Josh Gordon It's a bit like the infamous Monty Python dead parrot scene where the pet shop owner insists, "he's not dead, he's restin".
Josh Gordon Both the Napthine and Abbott governments are refusing to rule out another scientific trial.
Josh Gordon and Richard Willingham The Napthine government's tenuous grip on power is under threat after police charged rogue Frankston MP Geoff Shaw for allegedly misusing his parliamentary vehicle to run his hardware business.
Josh Gordon Clive Palmer will take on the Napthine government at next year's state election.