William Bowe August 3, 2017 9 Comments
A great convergence has been under way in the four largest states, eliminating a pattern through the last three elections in which Victoria reigned as Labor's strongest state.
Josh Taylor July 26, 2017 1 Comment
Matt Canavan becomes the third senator pinged by section 44, Cory Bernardi books nearly $1 million and ICAC called on Murray-Darling allegations. It's the news you need to know, by Josh Taylor and Max Chalmers.
Guy Rundle May 8, 2017 18 Comments
Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron has won a convincing victory in round two of the French presidential elections, defeating National Front candidate Marine Le Pen by about 65% to 35%. The figure is somewhat better than was forecast throughout most of the lead-up to the final bout, with Macron leading Le Pen by 60%-40% in polls. […]
Josh Taylor February 16, 2017 9 Comments
Coalition concerns over political activity by environmental groups mirrors the concerns of the coal lobby.
Josh Taylor November 1, 2016 1 Comment
How do we break the cycle of controversy over how our politicians spend money on themselves?
William Bowe September 19, 2016
WA Premier Colin Barnett has a lot of detractors. And not all of them sit on the opposite side of the chamber.
Margot Saville August 31, 2016 5 Comments
Moore has become a lightning rod for opposition to several of Baird’s most unpopular policies. Can she survive another strike?
Josh Taylor July 1, 2016 1 Comment
Election day 2016 is upon us. Here is what you need to know about how to vote, where to vote and where to get a sausage.
Myriam Robin July 1, 2016 5 Comments
It's a complex system, but one that works pretty well.
Josh Taylor September 14, 2015 8 Comments
Just five days out from polling day, the government has announced close to $120 million in funding for the Canning electorate. Will it be enough to save Abbott?