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 choice of a new ministry from a shrinking political gene pool is the most daunting task facing Prime Minister Julia Gillard as she tries to shuffle her government out of the chaos that enveloped...
Tony Wright He is considered by political watchers to be tricky as a ferret and slick as a weasel - except when he needed to make a quick getaway from a Parliament House lavatory some years ago.
Tony Wright 'The real Julia'? Tony Wright disects the PM's comments to see what she really means.
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 As a science show exposes the fragility of the frozen continent's ecosystem, the Prime Minister's own policy fragility is laid bare.
The Wright Words
Tony Wright If leaders build voter support as much upon who they are not as who they are, then Paul Keating's savaging of Tony Abbott this week did the Opposition Leader a favour.