The citizenship fiasco shows it is time for the Parliament to get serious about constitutional change, writes Mark Brindal.
Canberra's citizenship fiasco is now threatening the fabric of Australia's political system, writes Mark Brindal.
Australian water policy has become a fiasco and it's time that rogue irrigators, politicians and bureaucrats were called to account, writes former South Australian water minister Mark Brindal.
A state budget proposal to spend $40 million on community-driven local spending is nothing but pork-barrelling dressed up as direct democracy, writes Mark Brindal.
The recent divisive round of Liberal preselections was no failure, argues former MP Mark Brindal - who explains why party hard-heads are too "savvy" to countenance an assault on Steven Marshall's leadership.
The Weatherill Government has rewritten the established tenets of democracy which hold ministers accountable for their departments, writes former Liberal minister Mark Brindal.