Australia's Family Court system is in crisis but a new review offers some hope that we can at least take a step towards a better approach, argues family law specialist Jane Miller.
Australia's working class faces a bleak future but their plight barely registers in the leafy suburbs, argues Malcolm King.
The electoral map has had a tweak, rather than a shake-up - but it was enough to herald a new era. Tom Richardson ponders what next for a Marshall Government, why the Labor Opposition is surprisingly buoyant and where it all went wrong for Mr X.
At the death of the most intriguing election race in South Australian history, who forms our next government remains anyone's guess - and it might be years before we can definitively say who truly won this unwinnable election. For while the ALP remains a chance to retain power for a fifth straight term, Tom Richardson asks: would Labor be better off losing?
Every individual Bruce Lander condemned in his Oakden report is now far from public view, as South Australians go to the polls on Saturday. But what if the ICAC got it wrong? asks InDaily reporter Bension Siebert.
The alarm issued by South Australian emergency department doctors this week underscores concerns of doctors across the system, writes AMA (SA) president William Tam.
“We're little more than a week into the state election campaign and already for Nick Xenophon, the equation appears to have shifted from “How far?” to merely: “How?””