Stephen MayneMar 3, 2016
If anyone can salvage something from the wreck, it is Peter Gordon, but is it worth even trying?
Stephen MayneMar 2, 201625 Comments
The Coalition and the Greens have reached a deal on Senate voting reform. And Labor is not happy.
Stephen MayneFeb 26, 201612 Comments
An analysis of the last three federal elections shows that independent Senate candidates have virtually no chance of success and have largely given up even trying.
Stephen MayneFeb 25, 201621 Comments
It has become nigh on impossible for independent Senate candidates to succeed.
Stephen MayneFeb 22, 201610 Comments
Kevin Andrews' retirement from his safe Liberal seat, Menzies, would benefit his own party.
Stephen MayneFeb 18, 20163 Comments
The upshots of the Victorian government's rate-capping exercise.
Stephen MayneFeb 15, 201610 Comments
As a previous advocate of campaign finance reform, it shouldn’t take much to get Turnbull over the line.
Stephen MayneFeb 12, 2016
Mining companies have been thoroughly inconsistent on the write-downs question this season.
Stephen MayneFeb 8, 20168 Comments
There's nothing to justify Whitehaven Coal's bullish market outlook.
Stephen MayneFeb 5, 201612 Comments
Why is News Corp so obsessed with sinking NSW's Independent Commission Against Corruption?