The World Is Not Enough January 15, 2013
The Queensland Greens claim last year's state election recorded the most unbalanced result in a sample of 132 recent elections in states and provinces across the world. It's a legitimate grievance, writes Charles Richardson.
Crikey April 23, 2012
Voters in the Sunshine State will return to the polling booth next week to vote in local government elections and, for South Brisbane residents, to choose a successor to Anna Bligh, reports William Bowe.
Malcolm Mackerras April 13, 2012 2 Comments
I think that the interests of good government are best served by giving the single biggest party a bonus when votes are translated into seats.
Charles Richardson April 5, 2012 11 Comments
Final figures from Queensland's electoral commission reveal a massacre of astronomical proportions. But if you look at the vote totals a small element of doubt creeps in.
Richard Farmer March 30, 2012
The expected speculation about an interest rate cut is underway just as my Crikey colleagues predicted it would be.
Crikey March 27, 2012 8 Comments
It is difficult to tell how the Beattie/Bligh Labor government will be judged but, when the history is written, special mention should be made of their achievements in protecting Queensland’s woodlands, writes Andrew Mcintosh, associate director of the ANU Centre for Climate Law and Policy.
Guy Rundle March 27, 2012 103 Comments
In the aftermath of Queensland -- a place that, like Vietnam or Dresden or Hell, has become an event -- it's worth revisiting a debate that's been going on round Leftish traps, regarding the ALP in power.
Crikey March 27, 2012 1 Comment
Crikey readers have their say.
Charles Richardson March 26, 2012 2 Comments
It's on the non-Labor side that Queensland has always been different.