Katharine Murphy is national affairs correspondent at The Age. She has been reporting on federal politics for more than a decade, starting at The Australian Financial Review, where she was Canberra chief of staff from 2001 to 2004, and moving to The Australian as a specialist writer from 2004 to 2006. She joined The Age in 2006. In 2008, she won the Paul Lyneham Award for Excellence in Press Gallery Journalism.
Katharine Murphy Politics is itself devaluing the currency of leadership in some attempt to remain one step ahead of opinion polls.
Katharine Murphy The American election campaign is a guide to our own coming contest.
Katharine Murphy The foreign investment decision revealed a delicate juggling act.
Katharine Murphy WAGS in the Victorian Liberal Party refer to Michael Kroger as the Bamboo General. ''Bamboo'' refers to Kroger's penchant for dining at the Chinatown restaurant Bamboo House, Melbourne's canteen for...
Katharine Murphy If Malcolm Turnbull was going down, he was going to fight. The Turnbulls of Point Piper never take a backward step. We fight. We are Malcolm Turnbull. We fight.