The post-election ‘root and branch’ review of the Labor Party finds it has no soul …
Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor’s idea of direct action on climate change.
There’s no such thing as climate change. Just ask a Queenslander …
Journalism students across Australia collaborated in an immense project to cover the weekend’s federal election.
This election is acquiring quite a few back-to-the-future touches. There’s John Howard, in robust campaign mode.
It’s the first federal election where those born during 2000 “Millennials” can enrol to vote. Over 400,000 18-19-year-olds have enrolled to vote.
In north-east Victoria’s Federal electorate of Indi the ‘Orange Army’ that helped unseat Liberal Sophie Mirabella in 2013 hopes to keep to seat in independent hands. Guardian Australia’s Lisa Martin reports.
Scott Morrison’s ruling that the Liberals should put One Nation below Labor on their how-to-vote cards is less a stand on principle than a political gesture and a compromise.Michelle Grattan reports.
Federal Independent Member for Indi, Cathy McGowan spoke last week in the House of Representatives about Eildon and its growing houseboat industry.
The Indi Budget Impact Survey Report is out now. It details the 998 responses from Indi to the 2018/19 Federal Budget gained through a survey process asking “what does it mean to you?”.