There are many reasons voters have backed micro-party candidates at the federal level. But will these hold up at the state level?
More than 1000 people, including the rock icon, disrupted Racing NSW's advertising in protest of the "absolutely disgusting behaviour by our government".
Alan Jones' Opera House meltdown has shone a light on the systemic power of the horse abuse industry in NSW, which commands an array of influential people to deliver its agenda.
Racing NSW and the rest of the gambling lobby have long called the shots in NSW because they give the government so much money.
Governments assume giving public spaces like the Opera House and Federation Square to commercial interests will not harm them. It will.
Evidence was ignored in the case of a Queensland man seeking the lifting of an indefinite detention order.
As Alexander Downer blames voters for the troubles of the Liberal Party (including the failure to elect his daughter in the Mayo byelection), he should think about looking a little closer to home.
The Liberal Party can't afford to take these constituencies for granted anymore. But what does it mean to be a "Liberal" seat now anyway?
The disastrous scenario of a return to government by NSW Labor -- which previously brought the state perhaps its worst ever corruption -- is looking more and more possible.