Tim Fischer is being remembered as a man of deep spirituality and resolve, as politicians and journalists pay tribute to the former Deputy Prime Minister.

We can be a funny bunch – when it comes to politics we’re often more interested in the quality of our democracy sausage than the quality of our democracy.

The Front Runner asks if we have a right to the private lives of our leaders and whether their personal decisions should disqualify them from leadership.

UK Prime Minister, Theresa May has surprised many with her calm, clear and statesman-like rhetoric on the exit of the UK from the European Union.

We’re in a time of important change. Stands need to be taken. But when history looks back may it also be said that we took a stand for civility too.

The memoir written by Ronald Reagan’s post-presidency Executive Assistant is an affectionate and intimate reflection of his final years.

Female leaders from across varying Christian denominations came together late last month to advocate for policies of justice and care for the world’s poor.

A follow up article in The Australian about the Phillip Ruddock-headed review, says the sensational news headlines are incorrect.

The My First Speech competition is designed to give teenagers a unique chance to address the Federal parliament in Canberra.

Its very easy to have an meat pie in one hand, a beer in the other, and be the expert on Australia’s new PM, says Michael Murphy.

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