University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Assistant Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics.
Scott Morrison is hopeful his national cabinet’s goal of an ‘open Christmas’ won’t be impeded by a cluster outbreak in South Australia.
The end of Jay Weatherill’s government has removed a significant obstacle to progress on the federal National Energy Guarantee – even though we don’t yet know what the full policy will look like.
‘Super Saturday’ had positive spin-offs for both federal leaders, but substantially more for Bill Shorten than Malcolm Turnbull.
While Labor lost in South Australia it was far from a disaster, and new Liberal premier Steven Marshall will need to move quickly to ensure he does not test voters’ patience.
After 16 years in government, the Liberals oust Labor in South Australia – but the biggest disasters of the night were Nick Xenophon and SA-BEST, with Xenophon not even winning his seat.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Lawrence Pratchett about this weekend’s elections.
Much is in play for South Australia in this weekend’s state election – politically and economically.
SA Liberal Party leader Steven Marshall said that state Labor policy had left South Australians with ‘the highest energy prices in Australia’ and ‘the least reliable grid’. Is that right?
While many soft voters didn’t think Labor deserved re-election, they were hesitant about the Liberals under Steven Marshall.
Michelle Grattan speaks with Deep Saini about the week in Australian politics.
Politics podcast: the “X factor” in the South Australian election.
Labor is pitching for a fifth term in South Australia.