A country that makes no room for the young is a country that will forfeit a fair future. This must not become Australia.
Today’s young Australians are the first generation since the Great Depression to be worse off than their parents. And so, just as w... show more
“We were a motley mob, we sans-culottes of Canberra …” In this vastly entertaining book, Mungo MacCallum captures the spirit of a nation-changing time. He portrays the Whitlam government’s key figures – from Gough and Margaret to Lionel Murphy, Bill ... show more
The essential work on Tony Abbott is now an expanded, updated short book – and a crucial election-year companion.
Australians want to know: what kind of man is Tony Abbott, and how would he perform as prime minister?
In this dramatic ... show more
Veteran political journalist Peter Kennedy has spent more than forty years observing politics in Western Australia across an extraordinary period of change in the state’s history, from 1970 to 2013. His insider’s account reveals first-hand the issues l... show more
It’s time for some straight talk about Australia’s future.
We need a head of state who shares a genuine affinity with our country. True independence does not require us to relinquish affection for the Queen or downplay excitement about a roya... show more