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Xenophon backs down on penalty rates

Xenophon backs down on penalty rates

Tom RichardsonMay 18, 20162 Comments

Nick Xenophon describes himself as an "under-chihuahua" and says “a chihuahua’s better than a poodle” .

Xenophon responds ...

Xenophon responds ...

Nick XenophonMay 10, 20162 Comments

"It’s a cheap shot for Iain to be saying that my team is based on populism, not a philosophy."

The one question Xenophon must answer

The one question Xenophon must answer

Iain EvansMay 10, 20169 Comments

As the federal election campaign begins, former South Australian Liberal leader Iain Evans says every voter should be asking Nick Xenophon and his candidates one crucial question.

Mayne: NXT to no chance Xenophon will swipe many seats nationally

Mayne: NXT to no chance Xenophon will swipe many seats nationally

Stephen MayneApr 29, 20166 Comments

It’s a question of so far so good for NXT, but execution risk is high, resources are scarce and the major parties are hunting for chinks in the armour.

Poll Bludger: subs take election threat to the NXT level

Poll Bludger: subs take election threat to the NXT level

William BoweApr 27, 20167 Comments

Why is the government suddenly committing to submarines to be built in South Australia?

Shipbuilder in naval battle over election stand-off

Tom RichardsonApr 26, 20164 Comments

Is someone who works for a government business enterprise in public or private sector employment? A test case in South Australia is headed to the Fair Work Commission, writes 's Tom Richardson.

Fat, inbred, InDaily readers only a mother could love: SA pollie on public servants

Fat, inbred, InDaily readers only a mother could love: SA pollie on public servants

CrikeyApr 15, 20168 Comments

Inbred, fat, abnormal and InDaily readers: that's the extraordinary connection made by a South Australian Liberal MP in his latest spray at the political class in this state, writes InDaily editor David Washington.

Meet the candidates looking to take the NXT step

Meet the candidates looking to take the NXT step

Myriam RobinApr 5, 201618 Comments

After a year-long process and psychometric testing, the Nick Xenophon Team has assembled.

Essential: state governments all lead but Xenophon's on the march

Essential: state governments all lead but Xenophon's on the march

Bernard KeaneApr 4, 20164 Comments

State governments in NSW, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia all lead their oppositions in the latest state polling figures from Essential Report.

State income tax: a good idea, except for South Australia and Tasmania

State income tax: a good idea, except for South Australia and Tasmania

Bernard KeaneMar 30, 201629 Comments

State income taxes might attract the economic purists, but they'll be bad news for smaller, poorer states like South Australian and Tasmanian.