Crikey October 11, 2017 2 Comments
Australia's space aspirations have often been in lockstep with the development of weapon technology, and indigenous Australians have often paid the price for such endeavours, finds freelance writer and Adelaide-based researcher Ann Deslandes.
William Bowe October 9, 2017 13 Comments
Nick Xenophon stands poised to unleash his full powers of disruption at the South Australian election in March.
Sally Whyte October 6, 2017 3 Comments
Outgoing federal Senator Nick Xenophon was a master at the political photo opp.
Bernard Keane October 6, 2017 21 Comments
Nick Xenophon has a real chance of inflicting major damage on both the Labor and Liberal parties when he takes them on next year at the South Australian state election.
Bernard Keane October 2, 2017 12 Comments
Is the Commonwealth Grants Commission about to force states like NSW and Victoria to let rip with fracking? Not quite. But it's an intriguing idea.
Bernard Keane August 3, 2017 42 Comments
If things weren't already terrible for the government on marriage equality, the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister are front and centre in two other big problems.
Crikey July 13, 2017 7 Comments
Insiders have warned victory for the wets' will be short-lived, with one insisting “a factional war is definitely coming”, writes InDaily political journalist Tom Richardson.
Crikey May 22, 2017 5 Comments
SA's Liberal leader concedes it's a "fact" that women are under-represented in the Liberal ranks. But he also says it's as important to promote candidates who represent a broader cross-section of society -- regardless of gender. InDaily journalist Tom Richardson reports.
William Bowe April 26, 2017 14 Comments
Cory Bernardi was headed for electoral disaster with his one-man Australian Conservative band. But with the help of Family First, he could become a force to be reckoned with.
Bernard Keane March 15, 2017 44 Comments
We're abandoning good policymaking in Australia and parasites like the mining industry are to blame.