The Labor Left is very good and making costly promises, but will it be able to keep them without breaking the bank?
The East West Link was bad policy, but that's no excuse for perpetuating bullshit about it.
Labor has promised to lease out the Port of Melbourne in order to pay to replace 50 level crossings. But Crikey Victorian politics journalist Dan Moss says the Greens might make that tricky.
Denis Napthine doesn't want to lead the Victorian Liberals, battered and humiliated, in opposition. But what sort of man would want a job like that? Crikey Victorian election correspondent Dan Moss reports.
There are some conspicuous omissions in the costings of Dan Andrews' election promises. Will the incoming Labor government
While we know enough to say it's curtains for Napthine's Liberals, the precise make-up of Victoria's new government won't be known until the last ballot is tallied.
Freelance writer Dan Wood has made that crucial transition from Daniel to Dan -- and he's got some advice for Victoria's Labor leader on how to do the same.
Victoria heads to the polls on Saturday, and things look pretty grim for the Liberal party, as they try desperately to hold on to some of these battleground seats.
Crikey founder Stephen Mayne launches our Set In Stone project, urging politicians to keep their promises.
There are numerous reasons to think a Tullamarine rail link is not only financially irresponsible, but also unnecessary from a transport and city planning perspective.