The new premier has a great deal of experience in politics, but inherits the premiership with the state facing a series of major economic problems.
An activist premier, a gifted political communicator and a hard man of politics, Dan Andrews has been an enormously consequential leader and one of national significance.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews is stepping down after nine years in the job.
The Victorian government has announced a $230 million package to encourage an extra 8,000 ‘future teachers’ into the profession.
In the US, presidents can serve a maximum of two terms or eight years. Should a limit be placed on political leaders here?
Leaders projecting command and control have long been the standard in Australian politics. But the trouble arises when strong and successful leaders hang on for too long.
For the first time since becoming premier in 2014, more voters disapprove of Dan Andrews than approve of him in the Morgan poll.
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A shrinking pool of host cities, high costs, and cultural questions about the monarchy: why the Commonwealth Games are under threat.
After a shocking state election result, the Victorian opposition has slumped further in the latest polls.
The Andrews government has made a decent first step to reduce Victoria’s mountain of debt by $30 billion over the next decade.
The report casts important light on a growing threat to Australian parliamentary democracy: the exercise of public power by unaccountable ministerial advisors.
The Andrews government has signalled a major shakeup of Victoria’s energy sector. But are they enough to bring the state’s energy prices down and reduce emissions?
Despite a swing away from Labor, the Andrews government has been returned comfortably for a third term.
As election day arrives in Victoria, two late polls predict a return of the Andrews Labor government.
With the Victorian state election just days away, a new poll shows the gap between the two major parties to be tightening.
Much attention will be on whether voters turn away from Labor and the Coalition, and what that means for minor parties such as the Greens, and the ‘teal’ independents.
Vic election 2022 podcast.
Andrews is seeking a third term. However many voters are disillusioned with the major parties and the election will be a test for a clutch of teal and other independents
News Corporation’s media outlets have always been about gathering and exercising power. The Victorian premier’s ability to survive News Corp’s hostile coverage shows its power could be waning.
The Labor government’s lead is closing in the polls, but it still looks set to be returned on November 26.