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Rann’s kingdom for a seat

Ten years since Labor completed an audacious leadership switch after almost a decade in power, InDaily can reveal the meagre asking price of the factional deal that secured Jay Weatherill’s leadership.

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Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne (left) has one last political favour for Premier Steven Marshall. Photo: AAP/Sam Wundke
Notes on Adelaide

Christopher Pyne's last political favour to Steven Marshall

In today’s Notes on Adelaide, Christopher Pyne tries to pass on a plum to Steven Marshall before he turns into a political pumpkin, and a micro-experiment in CBD travel tests the relative speed of walking, Lime scooter, bicycle, Uber and private car – with interesting results.

Politics

Foley tells: Ratty Rann's foul-mouthed 'gift' to the AFL

Kevin Foley has opened up about how he was too scared of Mike Rann to ever challenge him, despite his former leader being “as popular as dog sh*t” during his early tenure as Labor leader – and how he believes incumbent Jay Weatherill has become “a much better Premier than he was a minister”.