A little less time spent in earnest consideration of what it all meant and a few more rehearsals and this production might have been a fun, camp night out. Continue reading Steady on, it’s just Chess
Five years on from the royal commission into family violence, sparked by the tragic death of Luke Batty at the hands of his father, children remain dramatically at risk. Continue reading Seen and not heard: Victorian children at risk
Conservative Prime Minister John Brown’s government is in jeopardy with a member of the junior coalition party in talks to jump ship. Continue reading PM John Brown’s govt in the thick of it
French Exit is either a racist, narcissistic, consumerist nightmare or a brilliant black comedy. A significant portion of the movie is inevitably spent wondering which. Continue reading French Exit: a movie about toxic, white privilege, or just a toxic, white privileged movie?
Ms Turner, 81, says she decided to talk about the abuse she suffered at the hands of her husband and former co-star to try and put the trauma of her past abuse behind her. Continue reading Toxic journalism triggered Turner’s PTSD
Peta Credlin has been slammed for poor journalistic conduct in a press conference with Victorian Premiere Daniel Andrews. Continue reading Andrews vs. Credlin