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In Western Sydney, the big swings against the Coalition were in the aspirational heartlands, writes DAVID BURCHELL
A COUPLE of days after the recent federal election I was rung up by a young journalist from a local newspaper in south-west Sydney, the Camden...
The coalition has been fatally careless in Western Sydney, writes DAVID BURCHELL in this special report for APO.
AT AROUND this point in the last federal election campaign I reported for APO from the federal Coalition’s unlikely new stronghold in Sydney’s outer west....
Kevin Rudd's lead in the polls is not hard to understand, writes DAVID BURCHELL.
RECENTLY the political commentator Robert Manne was musing over the remarkable political rise of Kevin Rudd. He noted the sudden and striking turnaround in the polling figures since Rudd’s...
Both his friends and his enemies have overstated the PM's influence, according to DAVID BURCHELL.
IN Shakespeare’s day it was common to refer to the “seven ages of man” to describe the various paths our lives take over time. “One man in his...
John Howard has shown Kevin Rudd how to go with the flow, writes David Burchell
WHAT should we make of the recent opinion polls which appear to show Kevin Rudd eclipsing John Howard as preferred PM? The unexciting answer, I think, is: not...
David Burchell explores how history, geography and policy intersected to produce the Macquarie Fields riots at the height of Australia's economic boom. He argues, "If you conducted this kind of experiment with laboratory rats, there would be animal activists on hand to demonstrate." Burchell also...