Paul Rodan


Does the economy trump all else?

Labor’s election review hasn’t quite nailed the party’s key problem, writes Paul Rodan.

Big target, high stakes

Labor’s economic policies might seem like a life raft to the Coalition, writes Paul Rodan.

Has the preference whisperer sealed his own fate?

Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews, has come out of the election with the upper hand against the Legislative Council’s crowded crossbench.

When law and order isn't enough

The polls aren’t looking good for Matthew Guy’s Liberals in Victoria.

Election 2016: the home stretch

Known unknowns – including the Nick Xenophon team’s election-day performance – make a precise prediction difficult. But the evidence points mainly one way AS THIS extended election campaign nears its (possibly merciful) end, there is a commentariat consensus that Labor, while making some gains, will...