Nov 15, 20162 Comments
Significant opposition from all sides hasn't been enough to deter the Premier, write InDaily journalists Tom Richardson and Bension Siebert.
Nov 7, 20163 Comments
The citizens' jury bombshell has left Jay Weatherill facing an unwinnable political conundrum, writes InDaily senior reporter Tom Richardson. And either way, he will have to abandon one of two projects most closely associated with his premiership.
Nov 3, 201619 Comments
The SA government has turned to a "citizen's jury" to manufacture trust in its nuclear policy. But the process is far from independent, writes University of Adelaide politics lecturer Benito Cao.
Oct 19, 2016
It's important to the party to install a new senator quickly, ahead of any further debate on marriage equality or euthanasia, writes InDaily senior journalist Tom Richardson.
Myriam RobinOct 18, 20165 Comments
Not only has the party lost its only federal representative, it's also lost its biggest financial backer.
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.
Oct 6, 20168 Comments
Was the South Australian blackout caused by renewable energy? The report from the market operator seems to provide ammo for both sides, writes InDaily editor David Washington and journalist Bension Siebert.
David SalterOct 3, 201614 Comments
The morning after South Australia managed to restore power to most of its grid, the lead editorial in Murdoch’s national daily had found a scapegoat: renewable energy.
Sep 29, 201615 Comments
What was really to blame for South Australia’s historic blackout? InDaily editor David Washington and journalist Bension Siebert sort through the claims and identify some questions that remain unanswered.
Giles ParkinsonSep 29, 201640 Comments
Uhlmann has publicly blamed wind energy for the recent blackout in South Australia.