Here's cartoonist PAUL DORIN's take on where the economy is right now.
"In the ACT it is getting harder and harder to fathom decisions around planning and development. The planning debacles of the city may well be simply incompetence, but how long will it be before light shines on this issue?" writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
“Strong, decisive action puts some industries under threat. None more so than the powerful coal industry. This is why it would be naïve to expect the industry to take the threat lying down,” writes MICHAEL MOORE.
"At a time when the divide between the rich and the poor has grown so much, what is surprising is that these tax cuts so significantly favour the rich over both the poor and the average-income earners," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
Tax cuts have caught the wry eye of cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
Turnbull has accused Attorney-General Christian Porter of providing advice to him that was constitutional “nonsense”, as the divisive events around the former prime minister’s removal are revisited, writes MICHELLE GRATTAN.
"Albanese and Keneally have moved from supporting the human and legal rights of asylum seekers to supporting a system that has resulted in multiple deaths, sexual abuse, psychological harm, trauma and mental illness," writes JON STANHOPE.
The majority of OECD countries spend more than 5 per cent of their health budgets on prevention however, as MICHAEL MOORE laments, spending on prevention in Australia has steadily declined over the last 10 years down to less than 2 per cent.
"With the economy in trouble, this was not such a bad election to lose… but that’s a classic case of being wise after the event!" writes Gadfly columnist ROBERT MACKLIN.
The election's over and, boy, is cartoonist PAUL DORIN happy or what?
Another cartoon from the wry eye of PAUL DORIN.
Against the odds, Scott Morrison wants to be returned as prime minister. But who the bloody hell is he? asks MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN is on the home run to the election...
"You have the power to choose who you think will be the best representatives and senators, and leave blank spots next to those you don’t want," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
Cartoonist PAUL DORIN characterises some voters’ dilemma.
Where’s Zed? PAUL COSTIGAN went to a “politics in the pub” sessions to hear from candidates in the upcoming election, but there was no Senator Seselja.
“For the first time in many years the Liberals are looking vulnerable. Unlike former senators Gary Humphries and Margaret Reid, the Liberal Party is no longer represented by a reasonably progressive senator," writes political columnist MICHAEL MOORE.
Columnist MIKE WELSH highlights the dangers of taking the politically astute and now fully engaged millenials for granted in the upcoming Federal election.
Bill Shorten's Budget-in-reply speech caught the wry eye of cartoonist PAUL DORIN.
The government wants this election to be all about tax, writes MICHELLE GRATTAN.