So long and thanks for all the fish
By Cat Herding Cabal on November 2, 2013
Will Western Australians have to go back to the polls to sort out who their Senators will be?
By Robert Merkel on July 21, 2011
It’s been roughly six months since the election of the Baillieu government in Victoria. Elected on a platform of – essentially – fixing the perceived infrastructure screw-ups of the Brumby era, Laura Norder, and Baillieu coming across as less of a smart-arse than John Brumby, it was unclear what else, if anything, they stood for.
By GuyB on December 31, 2010
State political journalists in New South Wales are doing it tough just at the moment. Generating vaguely interesting material from a government that most people have written off and an Opposition that assumes (correctly) that it will dawdle into government […]
By Anna Winter on November 24, 2010
Premier Colin Barnett claims Perth homes do not need air-conditioners as the debate on rising power bills heats up. The remarks came during a debate on electricity prices in Parliament yesterday, and after Perth has sweltered through the hottest October […]
By Robert Merkel on May 2, 2010
The Henry Tax review should be out this afternoon, presumably available from their website. Peter Martin has a series of posts on the issue that should fill the intervening hours if you just can’t wait. Aside from the foreshadowing of […]
By Anna Winter on January 7, 2010
Despite attempts by the WA Government to make this into a luxury car thing, or an equal before the law thing, I think it’s clear to anyone who values the rule of law that this is bullshit. A PERTH doctor […]