Tony Wright is the National Affairs Editor of The Age. He has been based in the Canberra Press Gallery for 20 years, working for The Canberra Times, The Sydney Morning Herald and The Bulletin before joining The Age in 2007. He has written two plays and two best-selling books, was named Magazine Feature Writer of the Year twice, has won several UN Media Peace Prizes and has been a Walkley Awards finalist five times.
Tony Wright The mining tax and its disappearing benefits are as confusing as the sports doping saga.
Tony Wright The revelation by Tony Abbott's inner circle of women that his personal inner goddess is alive and well tosses up dreadful challenges for the Australian political class.
Tony Wright In parliament, Ms Gillard looked as if she’d certainly and very happily slaughter the occasional Abbott as he continued his customary taunting in relation to the carbon tax.
Tony Wright The Honourable Peter Slipper seemed awfully keen to impress as he swept to the majesty of his new throne as Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Tony Wright 'Poor' may not be the most accurate description for Malcolm Turnbull, but the man was clearly being treated unkindly yesterday.
Tony Wright In Canberra, a tipping round is heating up as political punters juggle footy grand finals, winter blues, and state elections to predict an election date.
Tony Wright 'I do not and will not worship at the altar of green witchcraft,' declared Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi.