The Australian Prime Minister and Treasurer are currently involved in a scandal where they are accused of seeking favourable treatment for a constituent who gave the PM a car.
Now let's have a look at the last five stories run by our taxpayer funded news organisation:
not to mention the classic headline "Turnbull 'threatened' PM's staffer" - where it turns out Turnbull's threat involved advising the staffer not to lie.
AFP probes OzCar 'storm in a tea cup'
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have now been called on to investigate claims of misconduct in Federal Parliament, but the car dealer caught up in the matter says it is all "a storm in a tea cup".
Swan hits back at OzCar 'smear campaign'
The Federal Government has accused the Opposition of running a smear campaign that has led to allegations that both the Prime Minister and the Treasurer misled Parliament.The Australian Federal Police (AFP) have now been called on to investigate claims of misconduct in Federal Parliament, but the car dealer caught up in the matter says it is all "a storm in a tea cup".
Government slams 'false' OzCar email
The Federal Government has denounced as a fake an email at the centre of accusations by Opposition Leader Malcolm Turnbull that Prime Minister Kevin Rudd misled Parliament.
Rudd orders AFP probe into 'fake email'
The Federal Government has asked the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to investigate the existence of an email at the centre of a political scandal troubling the Government.
PM stands by OzCar denial
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says he stands by his statements that his office did not lobby for Government funds on behalf of a friend, amid claims he misled Parliament over the matter.
Apparently you can say anything you want to say in a news headline if you put it in quotation marks.
UPDATE: Their latest effort: Rudd to Turnbull: Prove it or resign