With Cory Bernardi finally abandoning the Liberal Party, a renewed right faction is set to wield greater influence in the South Australian branch, writes party insider Robert Campbell.
New ABC TV documentary Ice Wars shows the dark side of crystal methamphetamine use – but it's not the whole story and will likely only fuel fear and stigma, writes Professor Nicole Lee.
Labor’s game of musical chairs with its state seats in recent days is all very well, but evidently it’s been hard for all the participants to hear the tune over the incessant hum of the factional machine.
Foxtel punched itself in the face in its reaction to the "ordinary blokes" who live-streamed last week's Mundine-Green grudge match, writes David Rowe and Brett Hutchins.
Attacks on the judiciary by President Donald Trump typify commonly-held misconceptions about the role of judges in the legal process and their importance to democracy, writes InDaily's legal commentator Morry Bailes.
Thirteen years ago, one of the state's first Thinkers in Residence warned that, in Adelaide, "life is quite pleasant, but the young, gifted and talented are leaving". Economics commentator Richard Blandy writes about that report's findings, and argues they are still relevant today.
“South Australians need to stop listening to the "anti-everything" brigade and start focusing on our economic strengths, writes Small Business Minister Martin Hamilton-Smith.”