Sometimes the truth in politics can be discerned by what people don’t say, writes Matthew Abraham.
Anthony Albanese has reduced the referendum question on a proposed Indigenous Voice to Parliament to a bare minimum. Matthew Abraham argues the strategy risks creating a space for misinformation to grow.
With the state government looking very much like it’s pursuing a “let it rip” policy on COVID-19, Matthew Abraham asks why we aren’t seeing a public health campaign with punch.
It’s easy for political leaders to swing and miss if their rhetoric is out of step with their decisions. Matthew Abraham perceives lessons for the Premier from the courts of Wimbledon.
InDaily’s new political columnist Matthew Abraham peers inside the Burnside bloc to find out what exactly occurred in the year’s most unwanted election.
Some of the more hapless members of the Weatherill Government should have a good look at former minister John Hill’s political memoir, writes ABC broadcaster Matthew Abraham.