Wednesday

Stories

Briggs delayed exit as ‘gift’  Sarah Martin, The Australian
Libs plan B for bruised Jamie  Sarah Martin, The Australian
Brough requests pay cut  Rosie Lewis, The Australian
Labor demands turnbull investigate  Fergus Hunter, SMH
Muslim Navy officer silenced after tweets  Kate Aubusson, SMH
Turnbull rejects inquiry into Briggs photo leak  Primrose Riordan, AFR
Some male MPs ‘still don’t get it’, say Coalition women  Primrose Riordan, AFR

Commentary

Briggs affair lets slip the Malcontents  Dennis Atkins, Daily Telegraph
Turnbull must act on Dutton ‘witch’ comments  Phil Cleary, The Age
Early poll will do PM, and us, no favours  Jeff Kennett, Herald Sun
Mates helped to help themselves  Henry Ergas, The Australian
Workers need cleaner leadership  Tony Abbott, The Australian
Harsh lessons of Iran-Saudi conflict  Paul Monk, The Australian

Editorials

Saudi Arabia’s problem with human rights  The Age
This attitude to women cannot be tolerated  The Age
A reform reminder for China’s leaders  Australian Financial ReviewOminous sectarian conflicts  The Australian
Labor’s bosses sell out membership  The Australian
ADF is no place for tokenism  The Australian
A crude cricketer demeans his sport  The Daily Telegraph
Crossing the line  Herald Sun
Hoverboard danger alert  Herald Sun
End to appalling behaviour at PM’s discretion  Sydney Morning Herald

 

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Tuesday

Stories

Briggs photos of staffer are a ‘catalyst for termination’  Misa Han, AFR
Briggs photo leak a ‘gross breach of privacy’  Matthew Knott, The Age
‘Mad witch’ journalist not offended by mishap  Fergus Hunter, The Age
Business backs high standards in Briggs affair  Sarah Danckert & Misa Han, AFR
Public servants warned about voicing opinions  Phillip Thomson, SMH
Backbench rejects call to reinstall Abbott  Primrose Riordan, AFR

Commentary

Briggs and co still don’t get it  Sean Carney, Herald Sun
Briggs, and so many men like him, fail to get it  Jenna Price, The Age
Victim blaming takes the Briggs debacle from bad to worse  Paula Matthewson, The Drum
Briggs’s decline nothing compared with the dignity denied to public servant  Conrad Liveris, The Guardian
Briggs affair: defects in process  Jennifer Oriel, The Australian
Populists replace traditional reds  Nick Cater, The Australian
Drink to MPs taking responsibility  Elise Elliott, Herald Sun
There’s a strong business case for a republic  Andrew Bragg, The Age
Terror fight not limited to ISIS  Peter Leahy, The Australian
What is the role of the Grand Mufti?  Maher Mughrabi, The Age
Putin singles out NATO as a threat  Amin Salkal, The Age
Saudi Arabia’s grisly statement of intent  Rodger Shanahan, The Drum
A plea for a 2016 without hubris  Shane Wright, The West Australian

Editorials

This attitude to women cannot be tolerated  The Age
Briggs report should be released  The Australian
The West must remember its virtues  Australian Financial Review
Violence continues to destroy families  The Daily Telegraph
Diversity in Parliament  Herald Sun
National drugs summit may point to way out of police and health morass  Sydney Morning Herald

Monday

Dutton calls journalist a “mad f****** witch”  Georgina Mitchell, The Age
Outrage after Briggs admits to circulating photo  Phillip Thomson, SMH
Hawke showed reform is possible  Troy Bramston, The Australian
Iran has more at stake in Syria  Rodger Shanahan, The Australian
Lessons for governments in Uber  Paul Kerin, The Australian
2016 predictions: So soothsay all of us  Tim Blair, The Daily Telegraph
Public whingers deserve no sympathy  Tim Dick, The Age
Build support for real reform of whole union system  AFR

Editorials

Case for reform is overwhelming  Australian Financial Review
Saudi executions spark outrage  The Australian
Cecil Rhodes must not fall  The Australian
Diplomatic lives put in danger  The Australian
PM found wanting with Briggs debacle  The Daily Telegraph
Turn up heat on fire bugs  Herald Sun

 

 

Saturday

Election contenders to watch  Peter Van Onselen, The Australian
A cabinet comeback for Abbott?  Norman Abjorensen, The Age
The strange story of two Mals and a bunny  Daniel Meers, The Daily Telegraph
The men who drilled holes in Turnbull’s frontbench  Heath Aston, The Age
Plenty of stops on holiday tour of political folly  Rowan Dean, The AFR
Turning a blind eye will solve nothing  Paul Murray, Herald Sun
New model would cut unions down  Judith Sloane, The Australian
Wrong, minister — this is how religious freedom works  Mark Durie, The Australian
Predictions can be devilishly tricky  Cut & Paste, The Australian
The 2016 battlelines have been drawn  Norman Abjorsen, The Drum

Editorials

Our role in Ramadi’s liberation  The Australian
Labor runs up the white flag on reform  The Australian
Levers against global volatility  The Australian Financial Review
The long road to a lower toll  The Age
The years of living inwardly make way for progress  The Sydney Morning Herald
Defuse rogue fireworks  Herald Sun