Kate McClymont and Deborah Snow Janice Hardacre has never forgotten the odd conversation she had with her then colleague, Michael Williamson, 20 years ago.
Kate McClymont, Deborah Snow Janice Hardacre has never forgotten the odd conversation she had with her then colleague, Michael Williamson, 20 years ago.
Heath Aston The coalition will divert election resources from the vacant seats of Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott and increase focus on winning marginal seats in Sydney and Melbourne to fight a much "tighter"...
Anne Davies, Sean Nicholls and Linton Besser 'There are two types of people in the Labor Party,' says one senior NSW MP. ''Those who bent the knee and kissed Eddie's ring, and those who kept their distance because they thought him so odious.'
Heath Aston Football jumpers emblazoned with betting company logos and gambling advertisements at sporting grounds could be banned after a parliamentary committee raised concerns about the effect the punting...
Stephanie Peatling The leading print media companies have united to call on the federal government to consult them about potentially sweeping media law changes that may restrict the way journalists operate.
Richard Willingham Opening up the Australian online gambling market to more legal betting avenues will not occur until Australia has uniform harm minimisation and consumer protection guidelines, the federal government...
Jonathan Swan, Mark Kenny Julia Gillard has launched a strong defence of her government's proposed media law reforms, rejecting claims they would reduce press freedom or place new controls on individual journalists.
Peter Cai Federal Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has caved in to industry pressure and will let telcos pay for their multibillion-dollar spectrum purchases in 2014, rather than after next month's...
Jonathan Swan Minister accused of misleading Parliament about the rollout of the national broadband network.
Communication Minister Stephen Conroy says it is time for the Coalition to reveal details and costings of its alternative high-speed national broadband network plan.
The federal government has refuted opposition claims that the national broadband network bill will more than double to $90 billion.
Ross Peake Communications Minister Stephen Conroy labelled the Coalition's plan as dumb for proposing to use Telstra's ageing copper wire network for broadband.
Ross Peake Gungahlin is experiencing the fastest take up rate in the nation for the national broadband network.
Colin Kruger Controversial bookmaker Tom Waterhouse, has come out in defence of his high-profile marketing and promotion of sports betting during the broadcasts of Australia's most popular sports.
Deborah Snow Turnbull warned if an Abbott government went for budget cuts, he couldn't quarantine the ABC.
Jason Dowling Teenage fans of video games that simulate gambling are more likely to convert their habits to real losses, according to new research.
Heath Aston The online betting industry has caved in to public pressure and will push for a ban on the promotion of live odds in sports broadcasts.
Heath Aston and Colin Kruger An unmistakable message for government is now emerging: Stop this now.
Heath Aston Labor has cut more than $250 million from the cost of doing business for television networks since 2010 but Communications Minister Stephen Conroy insists the industry can't afford to forgo the...