Josh Taylor August 4, 2016 8 Comments
There is a split in the NSW Greens, with Lee Rhiannon's "Eastern bloc" at odds with the party's spiritual leader, Bob Brown.
Guy Rundle July 15, 2016 8 Comments
The new political order is of a great split between localists and globalists, nationalists and cosmopolitans, and each side of that divide has its left and right.
Guy Rundle July 8, 2016 6 Comments
Crikey's correspondent-at-large takes the media to task.
Guy Rundle July 7, 2016 29 Comments
Did the Greens make a series of errors, now or before the election, which deprived them of a higher vote? And could this be their eventual undoing?
Crikey July 6, 2016 2 Comments
A bad bet ... Hastie unleashes ... dirty Green laundry ...
Bernard Keane July 5, 2016 7 Comments
About a quarter of Australians would prefer a Greens-Labor-independent minority government, while one in five think we should go back to the polls.
Crikey July 4, 2016 9 Comments
Crikey's correspondent-at-large and artist Jo Waite take a pictorial tour of Melbourne's inner north on election day.
Bernard Keane July 3, 2016 65 Comments
The Coalition's failure to secure a strong majority is on Malcolm Turnbull and his terrible error in rushing to a double dissolution election.
Crikey July 3, 2016 3 Comments
Bernard Keane with the Liberals at the Sofitel Sydney, Wentworth There was a carvery, bread rolls, sparkling wine and lots of suits and frocks — it was a dress-up occasion for most of the attendees at the Coalition election night event in Sydney. Staff of the Wentworth Sofitel glided between guests, carrying drinks trays and an […]
Bernard Keane July 3, 2016 8 Comments
The result of the 2016 election hangs in the balance, with Malcolm Turnbull struggling to retain a majority in the face of a resurgent Labor.