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.
William BoweApr 27, 20167 Comments
Why is the government suddenly committing to submarines to be built in South Australia?
Apr 26, 20164 Comments
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.
Myriam RobinApr 5, 201618 Comments
After a year-long process and psychometric testing, the Nick Xenophon Team has assembled.
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.
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.
CrikeyMar 7, 201611 Comments
Does Jay Weatherill have it in him to claw back some SA seats from the Liberals? InDaily's Tom Richardson reports.
Feb 22, 201610 Comments
Is a nuclear waste dump in South Australia a good idea? Crikey intern Zara McDonald explains the debate.
Feb 15, 20164 Comments
The biggest threat to Jay Weatherill's re-election isn't the jobless rate or the economy, writes InDaily journalist Tom Richardson.