Herald, April 4
Mark Kenny Julia Gillard plans to sidestep protocol to directly raise the security crisis on the Korean peninsula.
Former prime minister Bob Hawke says he's always got words of encouragement for Julia Gillard.
John Garnaut and Mark Kenny in Boao, China The consequences of conflict in the Asia Pacific are becoming increasingly severe: PM.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has urged closer co-operation on defence and economic matters to ensure the Asian region remains peaceful and stable.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has criticised Julia Gillard for commenting on domestic politics while overseas.
John Garnaut, Boao, China There have always been 'friends of China' but few have been as passionate as Australia's fifth richest man.
John Garnaut There have always been ''friends of China'', assiduously courted by the Chinese system, but few have been as passionate as Australia's fifth-richest man, Andrew Forrest.
Paul Osborne Prime Minister Julia Gillard has reassured China that Australia is open to foreign investment ahead of signing an historic ''strategic partnership'' deal with Premier Li Keqiang involving annual...
Philip Dorling Bob Carr might have been Foreign Affairs Minister for only 12 months but he started talking to US diplomats about internal Labor politics nearly 40 years ago.
Mark Kenny and John Garnaut, Shanghai Australia and China have agreed to top-level talks to strengthen and provide direction to an economically crucial relationship that also presents vast opportunities.
Tony Wright Australia's political leaders were effusive in their praise for the late British prime minister Margaret Thatcher but the veteran television journalist George Negus recalled her as being ''as scary...
Ben Cubby, Peter Hannam 'Outrageous' industrial action and the soaring dollar had priced Australia out of the market for onshore LNG projects, says Ian Macfarlane, the Coalition's resources spokesman.
Glenda Kwek, Ben Cubby, Peter Hannam Australia's ability to build a series of huge resources projects has been called into question after rising costs forced Woodside to shelve a $40 billion liquid natural gas development in Western...
Heath Aston and Jonathan Swan From ''Beijing to Macquarie Fields'' is how Julia Gillard described her last 48 hours. The Prime Minister was back in her favourite place to ''govern'', western Sydney, on Friday with cash to shower...
Catherine Armitage Government to spend $44 million on counselling for people who relive trauma for royal commission.
Tony Wright Election years are a wonderful time for Big Ideas. You may, or may not, recall the marvellously named Multifunction Polis.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says the civil war within the Labor Party will continue despite the leadership showdown on Thursday.
Rocco Fazzari She was a lawyer, an MP, a deputy party leader, our first woman prime minister - and the focus of national daily target practice.
Tim Colebatch Believe it or not, Parliament was ablaze with activity in almost every policy area this week; you just didn't hear about it because everyone was watching the Labor leadership and the government's...