January 18, 2010
Bob Gosford sits down for a chat with South Australian independent David Winderlich to discuss what it was like to resign from the Democrats, the state of democracy in South Australia and the German meaning of 'Winderlich'.
January 18, 2010 30
With eight weeks to go to the next election, SA Premier Mike Rann is doing his best to distract the South Australia masses with a party that runs right up to election day, also known as the cycling Tour Down Under.
January 15, 2010
Art gallery directors are begging, pleading and quitting over the lack of funding being made by state governments to their state cultural institutions. With funds drying up and art seen as charity, we're becoming a second-rate culture, writes John McDonald.
January 11, 2010 2
Despite Premier Mike Rann's recent sex scandal, the odds remain stacked in Labor's favour in the next South Australian election, reports William Bowe.
January 8, 2010
SA Premier Mike Rann penned a letter this week to PM Kevin Rudd demanding a share of the floodwater that NSW was receiving. Too little, too late, says SA Lib Senator Simon Birmingham, who offered an alternative letter of what Rann should say to Rudd.
January 4, 2010
Residents need to stop thinking that the State Government can solve their problems, writes Alexander Downer. State governments do not have the resources, therefore it's up to locals to take action with issues like water.
December 17, 2009
In the first Newspoll since the Mike Rann sex scandal became public, the SA ALP's vote is down 4 points to an alarming 37%. Just four months out from the election, can Rann hold onto his high personal approval ratings?
December 11, 2009
The South Australian ALP can now rest easy until the State election, with new polling showing even Mike Rann's recent sex scandal hasn't put a dent in their impenetrable lead, writes Greg Kelton.
December 11, 2009
Exactly 100 days out from the March election, a poll by the Adelaide Advertiser has found Labor's lead increased in the wake of the Mike Rann sex allegations, up up from 55-45 to 57-43, reports William Bowe.
November 24, 2009 103
Like many politicians, Mike Rann has been perfectly happy to exploit his private life when it suited him. Yet the moment there's a hint of sex, he suddenly demands silence.