The bare bones of the water buyback story have been around for a while — so why is it dominating the political news cycle now?
Is Labor focussing too much on health? Crikey readers debate Bernard Keane's recent piece.
As the campaign proper gears up, climate change is being pushed as a front and centre issue by almost every candidate. But where's Tony?
Australia had a "climate deficit" under Labor, says Scott Morrison, but that's now been fixed by the Coalition. And he's absolutely right.
The government's panic over the Adani Carmichael project is driven by five wasted years that have seen unemployment spike in Townsville and surrounding regions.
Crikey readers discuss Eddie McGuire, Pauline Hanson, climate inaction and the Coalition's Reid candidate.
The major players are adopting the same positions on climate change as they always have. It may as well be ten years ago...
Labor has retreated to a shopping list of emissions abatement measures rather than attempt a more economically efficient solution. And its mates will be looked after, as always.