It is difficult to exaggerate the significance of the movements, legislation and offices shaped or led by the late Susan Maree Ryan.
It may be that only with the next defeat will Labor have the total collapse it really needs to reconstruct itself.
Good morning, early birds. Labor's long-awaited election review blames strategy, agenda and leadership to boot, and a government report says the drought will only worsen. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Unless Labor's leaders do some more significant soul-searching than superficial posturing on jobs, then they're heading for a repeat of 2019.
Labor's Home Affairs spokesperson is seriously copping it from News Corp again.
Margaret Simons' biography reveals a politician who is determined to beat the bullies, the racists and the homophobes by being the smartest and toughest person in the room.
Crikey readers on Labor's existential crisis.
Ambitious shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers gave a speech that The Australian described as a call to 'seize the sensible centre'. But is that characterisation accurate, and is it really what Labor needs right now?
Labor leader Anthony Albanese wants John Setka gone but the long-time union boss has vowed to fight any attempt to expel him from the ALP in court. What happens next?