The front page of The Age today did not have a single story related to the election. They must be working under the guidance of, if you have nothing good to say about someone, in this case Kevin Rudd, then don’t say anything at all. Or perhaps it’s, if you have nothing bad to say about someone, and here we are talking about Tony Abbott, then it’s best not to say anything. Or perhaps they were worried about what they would discuss at this event picked up at Tim Blair:
Join senior Age journalists and a Melbourne Writers Festival guest author on Saturday morning at Federation Square to discuss the day’s headlines.
The Age Arts editor Debbie Cuthbertson will lead a conversation with Literary editor Jason Steger, Opinion editor Sushi Das and London Review of Books writer Jeremy Harding at Optic Cafe, Federation Square.
Entry is free, and for $5 you can enjoy ‘bottomless’ coffee and a copy of the Saturday Age.
Optic Café, Federation Square (enter via main plaza), Saturday, August 31, 9-10am. The Age is a Melbourne Writers Festival partner.