Feb 20, 20177 Comments
South Australia is the last bastion of Shoppies domination, writes Labor insider Ben Chiefly.
Feb 8, 20172 Comments
Day is a long-time friend and ideological soulmate of the South Australian firebrand Senator, writes InDaily journalist Tom Richardson.
Bernard KeaneFeb 6, 201718 Comments
A Cory Bernardi defection couldn't come at a worse time for Malcolm Turnbull, who has had a rough start to 2017. But it wouldn't necessarily be all bad.
Jan 12, 20171 Comment
South Australia's Premier denies he's thinking about a cabinet reshuffle, but ministers are getting nervous, writes InDaily political journalist Tom Richardson
Jan 10, 2017
The ABC's Adelaide radio station yesterday announced it was celebrating changing its name from 891 ABC to "ABC Adelaide", but its Sydney bosses are promising a legal fight to allow it use its preferred option: ABC Radio Adelaide, writes InDaily editor David Washington.
Bernard KeaneDec 22, 201610 Comments
Cory Bernardi's fantasy of forming a new conservative political party faces a grim electoral reality that it's an already highly contested market.
Bernard KeaneDec 21, 2016
State-based polling shows Labor performing strongly in the eastern states, and One Nation and NXT well placed in Queensland and South Australia.
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.