Stephanie Tran

Stephanie is the editor of the Revolving Doors series. She is studying a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism)/Bachelor of Laws at the University of Technology Sydney. She was a finalist for the 2021 Walkley Student Journalist of the Year Award and the winner of the 2021 Democracy's Watchdogs Award for Student Investigative Reporting.
Graham Richardson

Graham Richardson

         Labor | Revolving Doors   The Hon Graham Richardson AO, also known as “Richo” was a Labor Party ...
The Ex-Files: where is the life for discards of the parliamentary bubble?

The Ex-Files: where is the life for discards of the parliamentary bubble?

Australia is a different place politically, and so is Canberra. Scott Morrison is no longer a one-man employment ...
Culture shock: Liberal exodus from Canberra into lobbyland as Labor staffers flood in

Culture shock: Liberal exodus from Canberra into lobbyland as Labor staffers flood in

After nine years of Coalition rule, a Liberal stampede out of Parliament House means political and social upheaval ...
Facebook friends: Labor leaves nothing to chance as money-go-round rolls on

Facebook friends: Labor leaves nothing to chance as money-go-round rolls on

The Labor Party has been spending big on this election, with $964,000 spent on Facebook advertising between May 9 ...
Paying dues: party card is just the ticket for media giants

Paying dues: party card is just the ticket for media giants

Once again, the big four, the banks, lobby groups and the biggest industry players lined up to pay their dues to ...
Minerals, oil lobbies are not taxpayers (but guess who subsidises them?)

Minerals, oil lobbies are not taxpayers (but guess who subsidises them?)

Revealed: how the government is subsidising the coal lobby, via Minerals Council of Australia, to lobby it, itself
Steggall takes hatchet job, but will the chickens come home to roost for major parties?

Steggall takes hatchet job, but will the chickens come home to roost for major parties?

Spooked by independents, Liberals are happy to turn the spotlight turn on their opponents on political donations. ...
AEC cracks down on Twitterati, lets breaches by major political parties slide

AEC cracks down on Twitterati, lets breaches by major political parties slide

While the AEC has been blocking its critics on Twitter, it is not so diligent when it comes to policing myriad ...
Quid pro quo: donations data shows billionaires and corporations fix politicians for another year

Quid pro quo: donations data shows billionaires and corporations fix politicians for another year

Fossil fuel companies, the Big 4 accountants, billionaires and the usual suspects. The Coalition came out on top, ...
Big 4 firms share record loot from government after another round of bribes (donations)

Big 4 firms share record loot from government after another round of bribes (donations)

It's no wonder the cost of government has never been higher, and bribes never cheaper, EY, PwC, KPMG and Deloitte, ...
Nine Entertainment pays the Liberal Party but why not Rupert?

Nine Entertainment pays the Liberal Party but why not Rupert?

Peter Costello's Nine Entertainment paid $27,500 to the Liberal Party last year - and the Libs failed to declare ...
Only Lib donations this year from biggest donor, billionaire Anthony Pratt

Only Lib donations this year from biggest donor, billionaire Anthony Pratt

Billionaire cardboard King Anthony Pratt, Australia's biggest donor, slotted the Liberal Party $1.2m via Pratt ...

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