Bernard KeaneOct 11, 20162 Comments
Labor is doing well across most states, according to Essential Research. And voters have rejected the claim that renewables are to blame for the SA blackout.
Alex MitchellOct 10, 20163 Comments
Mike Baird is fighting a war on all fronts over his proposed greyhound racing ban.
Bernard KeaneOct 10, 20166 Comments
As The Daily Telegraph raged against Mike Baird's greyhound racing ban, parent company News Corp was buying gambling website punters.com.au.
Oct 5, 20165 Comments
Mike Baird is electorally popular at least in part because he does not share the extreme right-wing views of the radicals in his party. But they own him anyway, writes freelance journalist Claire Pullen.
Oct 3, 20163 Comments
The people of Bulga have been fighting Rio Tinto for years, and they're not about to give up now, writes PhD candidate at the University of Newcastle Melina Ey.
Bernard KeaneSep 12, 201617 Comments
The failure of the latest attempt to dislodge Clover Moore from the City of Sydney mayoralty illustrates how big business is driving resentment against itself.
Glenn DyerSep 12, 20165 Comments
The Daily Telegraph and 2GB told their audiences in no uncertain terms to vote against Clover Moore at the NSW council elections on the weekend. But they returned her anyway.
William BoweSep 12, 20167 Comments
The result is all the more remarkable for having been achieved after a second "get Clover" initiative.
Josh TaylorSep 6, 20162 Comments
Could Fred Nile be retiring from politics, finally?
Bernard KeaneSep 6, 201616 Comments
There's little interest from either side of politics in banning foreign donations: they're worth millions to them.