Previously derided for his errant pugilism and relentless negativity as well as his penchant for wearing skimpy Speedos and a swim cap, our PM has shown what a prolonged regime of physical fitness can achieve.
Keating himself would sort of stutter into life like a World War II bi-plane, and then he would be off, fascinating the crowd with coruscating loops and double back-flips.
Are you confusing Pinterest with poststructuralism? Your Twitter with Trotsky? Is oversharing replacing reading? Did you type 'twerking' into Google?
Driving on Australian roads can be like a bull run of red and green 'P' plates.
Vader's reputation, and even his personal appearance may be have been distorted out of all recognition by historians and Hollywood.
Does the Australian Industry Group follow its own recommendations for other people's industrial relations practices?
Banning drugs in sport is more than an attempt at coercive conformation.
Queenslander Laraine Dillon's first novel, The Easement, was obviously bubbling in the back of her mind for many years.
Obama and America’s second chance.
Why can’t our sports commentators find their inner Australian?
So everyone now knows about the Higgs boson and what it means, but what about its political ramifications?
Managing disasters like the Brisbane floods demonstrates that in hindsight no behaviour is perfect.