She is a political killing machine.
IN THE back bar of the Randwick Rugby club on Friday night, family and friends celebrated a milestone in the lives of two living legends of Australian sport. Jeffrey Sayle Glen Ella
SEVEN months after Opes Prime collapsed, obliterating the highly geared share portfolios of 600 clients and triggering multibillion-dollar pandemonium in the small-cap end of the market, a big group of aggrieved clients have filed a $150 million damages claim against the broker and ANZ.
THEY were leading the grand final on the MCG by two points when the siren sounded. But their young star wasn't finished just yet. He'd marked the ball on a tight angle, and with his excited teammates gathering around him, why not complete every childhood dream and casually slot a..read more
FOR A while it looked like Work Choices was going to pass with a whimper rather than a bang. But in the end the evisceration of the Howard government's industrial relations legislation unleashed two hours of Parliamentary pandemonium full of procedural wrangles, personal denunciations and bizarre ironies.