The 16-year reign of Labor in South Australia has come to a close, with Steven Marshall's Liberals claiming majority government and vanquishing the Nick Xenophon political threat.
Welcome to InDaily's live election blog: it's a historic night as 16 years of Labor Government look set to come to an end. Refresh the page for updates.
In the final diary, Lyn Such campaigns against a Liberal candidate, electors vote early in record numbers, the concept of the set-piece debate dies a slow death, and Rupert Murdoch's national newspaper offers a pre-election lecture to South Australians.
In today's diary, the Liberals apologise for a misleading ad (sort of), the Xenophon party threatens to sue (again), and an analysis of Google searches makes a surprise prediction for Saturday's election.
This staging of Brahms' German Requiem subverts some of the formal traditions of choral singing, breaking down the barrier between performer and audience, to powerful effect.
In today's diary, the Liberal scare campaign on the GST treats everyone like idiots, the Electoral Commission slaps down the major parties, focus group research with local voters shows we're in three minds, and more.
Today, Jay Weatherill explains the rise of Nick Xenophon, more details of the sub-campaign on pokies, new poll numbers raise as many questions as they answer, and a pro bono justice service claims a pre-election win.