April 7, 2010
In the fifth and final chapter in a special report into the family feud in the indigenous Noongar community, Kayt Davies sums up an enduring environment of unemployment, disadvantage and race-fuelled tension.
April 6, 2010
In part four of a special report into the family feud in the indigenous Noongar community that made national headlines, Kayt Davies examines the prickly issue of race relations.
April 1, 2010 3
In part three of a special report into a family feud in the indigenous Noongar community that made headlines around the country, Research Journalism’s Kayt Davies examines the aftermath of the gun fight.
March 31, 2010
In part two of a special report into the family feud in the indigenous Noongar community that made national headlines, Kayt Davies details the night in question.
March 30, 2010 4
Shots fired during a brawl last November in a tiny Western Australian township made national news. In the first in a series of special reports on the incident, Kayt Davies explains what they're fighting about.
March 30, 2010
With more state elections looming, William Bowe wraps all the latest preselection news from battles around the country.
March 4, 2010 3
Kevin Rudd's plans for public hospital reform have been met with a mixed bag of responses -- doctors like it, many State governments don't, and subeditors across the land are having a field day with bad medical puns.
February 6, 2010
Joel Pobar has done some impressively nerdy things with data from the My Schools website to create heat-maps of where Australia's top schools are located.
February 1, 2010 2
The release of this morning's Australian Electoral Commission's "periodic disclosures" data paint a vivid picture of who bankrolled the two state elections that occurred in the 2008/09 financial year.
January 27, 2010
The latest Westpoll survey shows the Barnett government back to a commanding 57-43 lead, plus the surprising finding that, after a month’s merciless pillorying in the media, support for Police Minister Rob Johnson being sacked is running 22% to 50% against, reports William Bowe.