In this edition of The Unwinnable Election podcast, we provide a snapshot of Premier Jay Weatherill's interview with InDaily editor David Washington at the final of three leader forums hosted by us over the past week. He talks about the fragmentation of political allegiances in South Australia and why he believes economic challenges are behind it.
In today's special edition of The Unwinnable Election podcast, we provide a snapshot of SA Best leader Nick Xenophon's interview with InDaily editor David Washington at the second of three leader forums hosted by us this week. Xenophon talks about why he wants more people living in the CBD - but not in the suburbs - and why he believes he's part of the solution to "broken" politics.
In today's special edition of The Unwinnable Election, we provide a snapshot of Liberal leader Steven Marshall's interview with InDaily editor David Washington at the first of three leader forums hosted by us this week. Marshall talks about why he doesn't like grand visions and why he believes a Liberal Government can do more by focusing on less.
In episode three of our weekly state election podcast, The Unwinnable Election, we discuss the ICAC's scathing report into the Oakden scandal and ask how South Australia - our politicians and our community - will respond to the disaster.
In episode two of our weekly state election podcast, we discuss Nick Xenophon's new strategy as he seeks to avoid being crunched by the political establishment's bid to keep South Australia a two-party state.
In the first of our weekly state election podcasts, we get under the skin of the most important campaign in a generation. Why do we call it "unwinnable"? Listen to find out.
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“Vintage may be later than usual in South Australia this year, but Clare Valley winemaker Tim Adams reveals it’s shaping up well - for wineries, growers and drinkers.”